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Tanzia Dried Fruit & Nut Compote

Eating fruit is a classic way to celebrate Sukkot. One way to try and mix up your fruit dishes is to make compote, a traditional Jewish food that is popular in many Israeli homes. It’s a sweet, soupy desert made from fruit. Besides the sweetness, many people say that it helps with digestion. Compote is a great dessert, served on its own, or added to other dishes, such as chicken and meats as a sweet sauce.

serves:
3
Difficulty:
5 / 10
cook time:
40 min
Ingredients
Israeli Olive oil 1.5 Tbsp
Medium onions, thinly sliced 3 Pcs.
Dried cranberries 1/2 Cup
Raisins 1/2 Cup
Dried figs 6-8 Pcs.
Dried apricots 6-8 Pcs.
Pitted prunes 6-8 Pcs.
Walnuts, chopped 2 Tbsp
Whole blanched almonds 1 Tbsp
Cashews 1 Tbsp
Peeled pecans 2 Tbsp
Date honey (Silan) 1 Tbsp
Cinnamon sticks 2 Pcs.
Turmeric 1 Tsp
Sesame seeds 1 Tbsp
Dead sea Salt and pepper
White wine, optional 1/2 Cup
Instructions
Step 1
In a large pot over high heat, add olive oil. Add onions and saute until golden for 8-10 minutes.
Step 2
Add the remaining ingredients and ¾ cup water.
Step 3
Cook over high heat until boiling, then turn heat to low and cook for 45 minutes until the liquids are reduced.
Step 4
Serve over couscous or rice.
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