Enjoy this fried snapper served with rice, Thai basil, and an XO sauce made with California Prunes created by Chef Mikel Anthony. Use California Prunes to replace the sugar in XO sauce, a spicy seafood sauce with the depth of umami. This recipe is part of the Chef’s Roll Test Kitchen Series and is made in partnership with California Prunes and Front of the House.View recipe
In this recipe a simple prune jam adds a sweet and tangy hit to a pizza studded with bacon and mint. La tur is a French cheese that’s rich and creamy yet mild enough to let the subtle flavors of the prunes come through. If you can’t find la tur, feel free to substitute brie.
From Daniele Uditi, Executive Chef, Pizzana West Hollywood and Pizzana Brentwood, Los AngelesView recipe
Sweet and tangy this pizza will surprise your taste buds and delight your guests.
Prep Time 10 min. Cook Time 15 min. Serves 8.
Created by Carissa Galloway, RDNView recipe
Created by registered dietitian nutritionist and clean eating expert Michelle Dudash, this is a satisfying dish for the meat and potato devotee looking to add some greens, fruit, and flavor to their routine. The California prune sauce adds a naturally sweet pop of excitement to the perfectly-seasoned pork, while fresh sugar snap peas add crunch. With no added sugar, California prunes are a delicious way to sweeten your favorite dishes and support optimal health and healthy bones.View recipe
Created by: Jackie Newgent, RDN, CDNView recipe
Recipe provided by The Foodie Physician for the California Prune Board.
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Recipe developed by Patricia Bannan, MS, RDNView recipe
Turkey meatballs are baked instead of fried to make them lower in fat. Your guests will love them as a cocktail nibble with Cajun Prune Barbecue Sauce.View recipe