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A question about a recipe: Sweet Potatoes Anna with Prunes

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I have a question about the recipe "Sweet Potatoes Anna with Prunes" from mrsp. Any ideas of what to do with the pruney port??

asked by UhOhSarah almost 2 years ago
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added almost 2 years ago

You could reduce it down with a pan sauce (either turkey, or another kind), add it to a beef stew, or turn it into a dessert syrup by adding some sugar (1:1 ratio or so) + some spices (anise, cinnamon, cloves, etc) and reducing down. It would be great to baste turkey, quail or chicken with as the poultry roasted.

Or you could poach some pears in it - supplement the syrup with red wine, and again a 1:1 sugar/liquid, to cover.