Chilled apricots with blueberries and lime

Chilled apricots with blueberries and lime
  Apricots    Blueberries    Lime    Dessert    Low Fat  
Last updated 10/4/2011 8:14:17 PM. Recipe ID 43651. Report a problem with this recipe.

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      Title: Chilled apricots with blueberries and lime
 Categories: Dessert, Eat-lf mail, Fruits, Low fat
      Yield: 3 Servings
      6 md Apricots; *Note
      2 ts Lime Juice; **Note
      2 ts Sugar; To 2 T
      1 c  Blueberries; ***Note
     16 oz Canned Peaches; ****Note
      2 ts Slivered Almonds; *****Note
  *NOTE:  I didn't have any fresh apricots so I used canned in their own
  juice, drained
  **NOTE:  or the juice from 1 lime
  ***NOTE:  I didn't have fresh blueberries so I used frozen, and I
  thawed them
  ****NOTE:  I added canned peaches in their own juice, drained - -
  Peaches were not in the original recipe
  *****NOTE:  Original recipe did not include the slivered almonds...I
  just added them in for texture
  If you are using fresh apricots cut them in half through the stem end
  and pit them.   Put the halves in the steaming basket cut sides down,
  cover, and steam until just tender, 12 - 15 minutes. Use a spatula or
  large spoon to transfer to apricots to a bowl and refrigerate until
  chilled, about 2 hrs. (I just put the canned ones in a bowl after I
  drained their juice.)
  Add the lime juice, sugar and blueberries (I added the peaches also)
  to the apricots, toss gently, and taste for sugar; add more if
  needed.  Cover and let macerate in the refrigerator for 1 hour.
  Serve chilled.  (Just before serving I sprinkled the slivered almonds
  on top.)
  It was very good considering I didn't use anything that was fresh
  (all out of season/not in my house right now) and didn't steam
  anything...just mixed it all together and chilled it.
  Entered into MasterCook and tested for you by Reggie & Jeff Dwork

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Recipe ID 43651 (Apr 03, 2005)

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