This delicious compote is made from local biodynamic cherries from Harvey’s Orchards. Dried cherries are very high in antioxidants and are also helpful in reducing inflammation. I find that cardamom goes very well with any type of stone fruit, especially nectarines, peaches and plums. This compote is delicious with yogurt, as a spread, or to glaze a pork tenderloin. This recipe was made especially for my amazing, antioxidant-rich and grain-free Chocolate Walnut Torte.
Dried Cherry and Cardamom Compote
May 21st, 2012 | Basics, Condiments, GAPS/SCD, Grain-Free, Recipes, Sauces, antioxidant, biodynamic, cherry, chutney, compote, date syrup, Harvey's Orchards, sugar-free
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