Stewed Plums & Yogurt

May 29th, 2009 / Comments 2

Three gray, rainy, cold days in a row demand action.

plum+branch Stewed Plums & YogurtA bowl of yogurt topped with warm plums would be delicious and pretty. Here’ how I did it.

Stewed Plums

I brought eight, halved and pitted, red plums combined with couple of tablespoons of water to a boil, then reduced the heat and stirred gently. When the plums became a lumpy, brilliant magenta sauce, I turned off the heat and added sugar to taste. Plums vary in sweetness, this batch needed nearly three tablespoons of sugar.

A bowl of yogurt topped with a generous serving of the still warm plums. Gorgeous, a blues-chasing breakfast.

a note about the painting -The original is twenty three inches square with one of my signature painted borders. This watercolor painting was licensed for use on dessert plates by a dinnerware manufacturer.

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Stewed Plums List

  • 8 red plums
  • sugar to taste
  • yogurt
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• 2 Responses to “Stewed Plums & Yogurt”

  • Eiko says:

    Thank you for the recipe, especially since I had no idea how to cook plums.
    I love your art work, the plums and the pear, so lovely.

    • Carol says:

      I often “stew” any stone fruit – peaches, plums, nectarines – f it is not ripe when I want to eat it. I cut it up, sometimes peel it, add a wee bit of liquid, water or oj, a bit of honey or sugar, a squeeze of lemon or lime juice, and then simmer, makes a great topper for yogurt, pancakes, ice cream, also wonderful by itself. Fruit combos also work.

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