Poached Peaches Persian Style
I’m back! Sorry it’s been a while since my last recipe post. Life got in the way a little and I’ve been super busy on some new projects and in my day job. But alas, I’m back with a killer recipe to curb those nasty cravings and add infusions of herbs at the same time… WINNER!
These poached peaches are super handy for when your fruit is just starting to go off. You know when they got a little but too soft? Well as I hate wasting food, I thought I’d give this a go with my slightly old fruit and see what they tasted like. And it worked! No more wastage for those peaches!!!
How do you make these Persian inspired poached peaches?
All you need are a few simple ingredients to make these poached peaches.
Fill a pan with water and bring to the boil. Once boiling, turn the heat right down so it’s just keeping warm. Add 3 crushed cardamom pods and a tsp of dried rose petals (you can find these in any supermarket in the herbs section). Add your peaches and leave in the water with the heat right down low for 15 minutes.
Serve with some greek yoghurt or single cream.
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