10 October 2011

Honey-Broiled Nectarines

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It's easy to think that making dessert takes a lot of work, time, and ingredients.  While I fully appreciate the thin layers of opera cake or the turns and folds that go into puff pastry, it's usually the simple recipes that please me most.  

Fall is in full swing and before we know it, Winter will be here.  Take the opportunity to dive into produce heavy recipes that you might be missing over the holidays.  Today's culprit?  Honey-broiled nectarines.


This recipe is good for most stone fruits, really.  I think plums would work amazing with this recipe.


Simply mix about 1/2 cup of honey and a few teaspoons of lemon juice in a small bowl.  Cut nectarines in half and brush them with the mixture.  Pop them under the broiler for about 8 minutes and you're all set!  Pair them with some vanilla (or ginger!) ice cream.  


What recipes will you miss when winter rolls around?


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