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freezing plums

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yogabird Fri 24-Aug-07 21:07:09

i've got loads, do i need to cook them first or what? Any good ideas about what to do with them (apart from crumble cos we're all crumbled out heregrin

dogbert Fri 24-Aug-07 21:19:04

hang on - finding last weeks thread...

Mercy Fri 24-Aug-07 21:20:26

Best warm them up in front of the fire!

dogbert Fri 24-Aug-07 21:20:40


Search for 'plums' in thread titles. There are loads!!!!! It must have been a good year grin

dogbert Fri 24-Aug-07 21:21:23

grin @ mercy but worries about frostbite

portonovo Fri 24-Aug-07 21:22:34

Just freeze them in bags/containers. We halve them and take out the stones first. As to uses, we have stewed plums at least once a week. Crumble, fruit fool, pies, cakes, strudel, you name it, we do it. Make a puree from stewed plums, that goes lovely with either yoghurt or custard.

We freeze over 100 lb plums every year, so if the kids ask what's for pudding, they know really...

yogabird Fri 24-Aug-07 21:46:22

thanks lots everyone - plums with courgettes?!!! kills two birds with one stone grin

pinkspottywellies Fri 24-Aug-07 21:51:03

I've just had some stewed plums from my mum's garden and dd and I had them on porridge for breakfast.

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