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    Dried Fruit Compote

    A dried fruit compote is a marvellous standby, as it will keep in the fridge for at least 4 days.


    • A selection of dried fruits (apricots, prunes, apple rings)
    • Moscatel Wine or Port
    • 1 slice mango or red grapefruit segments
    • Greek yoghurt, to serve


    1. Just simmer a selection of dried fruit (apricots, prunes or apple rings, for example) in enough Moscatel wine or port to cover, until they are tender (10-20 minutes should do it) and the liquid is syrupy and delicious.
    2. Before serving, slice in a fresh mango or add red grapefruit segments, to give a contrasting fresh texture and flavour. Eat warm or at room temperature with Greek yogurt.

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