September 19, 2014
At Home with Friends

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Macerated Peaches

I always include fresh fruit in my dessert selections. I use what’s in season and whatever has the most succulent juicy flavor. Mouth watering white peaches were in the market when I was shopping for this party. They were great on their own but became totally delectable when macerated in a divine but delicious peach wine.

Did you know macerate simply means marinate but when referring to fruit, the term changes? Macerate or marinate, use juicy peaches and a really fine peach wine.

To serve, toss in a few blueberries. So delicious!

 

MACERATED PEACHES

EVENT: Apps & Alcohol

SERVES: 20 People

 

Ingredients

6-8 peaches

1/2 cup Rinquinquin or other French peach wine

Directions

1. Wash and slice peaches.

2. Place a single layer in a large airtight container.

3. Pour wine over peaches. Soak and macerate overnight in refrigerator.

4. Allow to come to room temperature to serve.

5. Top with a few berries and small dollop of whip cream.

3 Comments

  1. Yum– this look so good; I will surely try it if I have time! 😉
    Love,
    Isabella

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