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Pyracantha recipes

Posted by scenter 7 GA (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 20, 07 at 17:14

I googled pyracantha, and found out that you can make wine and jelly from the berries!

here are some of the links:
(jelly)
http://plantanswers.tamu.edu/recipes/pyracanjelly.html
http://plantanswers.tamu.edu/recipes/pyracanthajelly.html
http://www.virtualcities.com/ons/ga/z/gaz77011.htm
(wine)
http://winemaking.jackkeller.net/pyracantha.asp

So, the next question is: What else can you make from them?
pies? ice-cream/sorbet? etc.

Has anybody tried something like that?

Bruce


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RE: Pyracantha recipes

I've made pyracantha jelly. It tastes like a fruity apply and is rose in color. Pies might be a problem because of the tough seeds, and the texture is quite mealy. By all means experiement but I would think things made from the juice (or extracted flavors) would be more appealing than things made from the pulp.


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