Recipe by Meg van der Kruik for California Prunes

Why order takeout when you can have Chicken Teriyaki Bowls on the table in under a half-hour? Make the teriyaki sauce ahead of time and keep it on hand to create a variety of quick and easy weeknight meals. Since the chicken and broccoli both cook on a sheet pan, there’s clean-up, too. What more could you ask for?

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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 Angeles 

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Get ready for the swimsuit season with our plum juicy burger. Perfect for grilling, this moist juicy burger is also lower in fat to help you shape up for summer.

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Coconut aminos give this Asian-style salad the flavor of soy without the gluten. Fresh ginger and garlic add a zesty kick, while the sweetness of prunes balance it out. This one is a crowd pleaser!

 

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This dish tastes creamy and comforting, yet still leaves you feeling light. CA Prunes really make this dish pop, adding natural sweetness with no added sugar, and a mellow, sophisticated deep flavor on your taste buds. Lemon zest and juice elevate and lighten the dish. Roasted broccoli balances the plate with a healthy crunch! To quarter the prunes more easily, try wetting your knife first with water.

 

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