This is a very simple recipe which is a good way to prepare a fresh cherry sauce for a cheesecake! I was preparing my apricot and plum jams in a similar fashion, when I met a lady in the Vancouver farmers market who told me of her cherry sauce recipe, which is basically the same and confirmed my notion that this is a good way to make a jam that keeps as much of the vitamins and other phyto-nutrients in the fruit as intact as possible (for being a cooked item that is). The lady from the market said she usually adds corn-flour in to thicken the juices, but since we are not eating grains at the moment, and corn-flour is not to be trusted these days, I find this method really perfect. I am just sorry I didn’t post this recipe earlier when there were cherries in season.
This is a very simple recipe:
Pit 1 kg fresh dark cherries, drizzle with 3 T raw honey and allow to stand overnight.