Whether you say “a-pricot” or “ah-pricot”, you’ve undoubtedly tasted an apricot in your lifetime. While it’s maybe not the best idea to gift your sweetheart a bouquet of apricots, these juicy delights are actually members of the rose family, along with apples, peaches, strawberries, and almonds. So, next time you’re trying to impress, instead of roses, why not win that special someone over with one of these five delicious apricot recipes we’ve rounded up?
This post highlights the wine jelly from the Chile Box and inspires you to go beyond cheese boards. Wine jelly tastes great with an array of dishes, from cream cheese dip to lamb chops.
An easy, 4 step process to make fresh pebre: Chilean salsa made with cilantro, onion, olive oil, garlic, chili peppers, and tomato.
Made with salty and tangy spices, chaat is a snack sold at street food stalls throughout India. It’s a delicious mixture of roasted corn, tomatoes, potatoes, and bell peppers.
Pronounced kef-teh-dez, these Greek meatballs made with lamb and fresh mint may become your next go-to meal!
Healthy and fresh, this quinoa salad makes for an excellent lunch or dinner side.
Creamy, rich, and delicious, this dip is fantastic with any vegetables, but radishes, cucumber, broccoli, and tomatoes are particularly delicious. The truffle sauce adds a deep, savory note to the dip that is well balanced with fresh vegetables.
With powerful flavor that goes from salty to citrusy to piney to almost tingly, preserved lemons are an incredible (and under-used) accent to any savory dish.
The name of this dish comes from the Spanish (Morocco’s northern neighbor) word for pie: pastilla, and it’s similar to our more familiar version, mincemeat pie.
A popular Moroccan street food, these potato pancakes pair great with harissa dipping sauce!