McCormick® & Company
Original recipe yields 4 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
I cut back a bit on the sugar added, as most dried fruits have extra sugar in them to start with. Making this compote made the whole house smell wonderful. I served it with a fresh pound cake, a...
I found this recipe to be very good and easy to make, especially as it does not call for cornstarch to thicken it, which I never have. However, it is very, very sweet. My brother, who is a muc...
I had to modify this recipe to the ingredients I had on hand, but we loved it. I used 1 cup fresh figs in place of the dried figs, pear nectar in place of the apple juice, and dried mango in pla...
mmmm. This recipe was delicious. besides serving this compote with pork and turkey. I had it as a side dish with my morning toast.
This is a great dessert recipe for the winter. I made it for a dinner party (without the sugar), served it over french vanilla ice cream with a biscotti and garnished with sprig of mint. Every...
I served this warm over mini custard filled pound cakes and french vanilla ice cream. Absolutely delicious.
I used this as a template for apple compote. Basically for however much of the other fruit it called for, I just used apples. I also used water instead of the apple juice as recommended by anoth...
Served warm with ice cream. Boyfriend raved about it, although we agreed less sugar would be better.
Serve warm over ice cream. The fruit flavors complement each other perfectly and I can't imagine a better Winter blend of fruits!