Nectarine

The nectarine is a stone fruit related to the plum, cherry, almond, apricot, and peach. Nectarine flesh tastes and feels somewhat like mango flesh, and almost identical to peach flesh. Freestone nectarines have flesh that separates easily from the pit. Cling nectarines have flesh that clings to the pit. Choose nectarines with a strong and pleasant smell. Nectarines will soften if left around, but will not gain a nice ripe taste and smell. Do not refrigerate nectarines.


Chicken and Nectarine Salad with Honey-Lime Dressing

Our ideal salad often incorporates a fruit, a cheese and a nut or seed, in addition to fresh greens like butter lettuce or arugula, and a light dressing or mayonnaise.

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Fresh Nectarine Salsa

This refreshing summertime salsa livens up grilled pork chops or grilled salmon with the sweet flavour of nectarines sparked by onions, coriander and more.

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Nectarine Chutney

An easy recipe for making nectarine chutney. The rosemary gives it quite a strong flavour so you can reduce the amount by up to half. The recipe states that it can be made with any fruit and works well with plums and apples.

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Nectarine Streusel Cake

Streusel cake is a type of sweet cake with a crumb topping. Both the ingredients of the cake and the crumbly streusel can vary widely depending on recipe, personal taste, and available ingredients. This recipe is for a nectarine cake with streusel topping.

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Nectarine Upside-down Cake

This simple Nectarine Upside-down cake is terrific on its own, or with lightly sweetened whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

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