Healthy Low-Sugar Vegetarian Recipes – Have You Tried this “Stuffed Apricots in Syrup” Before?

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If you’re spending too much time working in front of your computer, your eyes would get tired easily as it requires adequate nourishment in order to sustain its performance. Good eye vision can be normally promoted by the consumption of food that is rich of vitamin A. Since dried apricots are rich in vitamin A, can we actually enhance the flavor of the food by making it as a delicious dessert?

A little-known fact about dried apricots that eating it is a great way of eating 5-9 fruits a day!

Introducing the “Stuffed Apricots in Syrup” – which is a famous Turkish delight and it can be a perfect dessert to satisfy your sugar cravings without ruining your diet plan. Unlike other desserts, the aromatic and enticing warm, spicy-sweet taste is perfected by cardamom pods – an aromatic spice originated from south India and Sri Lanka, and it is commonly used to treat respiratory problems and has anti-inflammatory properties and reducing muscle spasms.

Besides that, you’ll be able to enjoy the rich cheese taste filling – that is made from paneer or ricotta cheese, almonds and cardamom.

If you are looking for a low-sugar dessert which does not take much time to prepare, here’s what you need:

  • 10 large dried apricots that are perfectly slit
  • 50 g of paneer or ricotta cheese, grated very finely
  • ½ teaspoon of cardamom powder
  • 5-6 almonds, coarsely chopped
  • 125 g of sugar
  • 250 ml of water
  • 2-3 cardamom pods
  • Some rose petals to garnish

Once you have prepared the ingredients above, here’s how you start making this “Stuffed Apricots in Syrup” dessert:

In order to make syrup, heat the water and the sugar and the cardamom pods in a pan and stir until the sugar dissolves. Then, carefully remove the pan from heat and add in the apricots and leave it to cool.

The filling is simply easy to prepare. All you have to do is mix together cheese, almonds and cardamom powder.

Remove the apricots from syrup and fill the slit with cheese mixture. Return to the syrup and chill to serve. Garnish with rose petals and orange zest.

Since this dessert is simple and need less time to prepare, start rewarding yourself a good taste of “Stuffed Apricots in Syrup” or you can share it among your family and friends. You’ll be excited to hear compliments about your unique healthy and nutritious Turkish dessert delight!

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Source by J.J.