Polenta Plum Upside Down Cake is a delicious, Italian-themed confection suitable for both dessert and breakfast. The cake gets great texture from cornmeal.
It’s stone fruit season! We are celebrating with this muddled plum and herb tequila cocktail that is utterly refreshing. Please welcome the Plum Smash.
This is a stunning main dish meal that is easy to throw together and seems to elegant. Roast your pork tenderloin and then serve it with a decedent port and plum sauce.
This ice cream combo is unique, but perfectly paired. Floral cardamom-honey ice cream tastes amazing with roasted plums and salty, pistachio granola.
Here’s a cool cocktail before we’re engulfed in deep autumn. Any leftover plum syrup from previous recipes will come in handy for this refreshing drink.
A great way to enjoy that fresh luscious plum flavor anytime you want. This cocktail is simple, yet oh so delicious.
Easily create an impressive dessert cheese plate in just a few simple steps, wine included. Plus, make a tasty addition of tart cinnamon plum jam
Sweet potato gnocchi is filled with a plum jam and served with crème anglaise and a crumble topping. A delightful winter dessert.
Grilled polenta is topped with honey roasted plums, goat cheese, basil, and balsamic reduction. An elegant appetizer paired with Garnacha red or white wine.
Coated in mochiko flour and fried, these delicious chicken-filled tacos with addictive umebashi mayo are crispy, tender and will have you dreaming of Maui.
Pretend you are at a Parisian patisserie and make this stunningly simple plum tart with a drizzle of plum glaze when it comes out of the oven.
Fruit compote and marzipan is a match made in heaven, combined with the warm spices and buttery, vanilla scented dough, it is truly delicious.
Individual plum cakes are simply to make and bring vibrant color and rich almond flavor to a fall table.
These almond tarts are delicious anytime of the year. For a fall spin, change out the fruit to apples or pears, or even persimmon if you can find it.
Acidic oranges come together with fatty duck and avocados for a salad that is worth making again and again.
A simple wrap if you start with already smoked duck and a favorite plum and chili sauce. Add fresh, cool cucumbers and hit the road with your gourmet wrap.
When in season, plums are delicious just like the are. However, to get in the summer spirit, we challenge you to a simply sweet plum granita.
Ripe plums in this moist cake are absolutely divine. Grab a fork and dig in while they’re still in season.
A crazy day is easily cured with a nutty plum crisp. In just a half of an hour this gooey dessert with crumble will be tasting irresistible.
A beautiful and fragrant Italian crostata with spelt flour. Homemade plum jam makes the dessert perfectly sweet.
Vibrant, stewed plums with a biscuit bottom and pudding filling make this a dessert to eat all in one sitting.
When life gives you plums, make Spiced Plum Streusel Cake.
Although the traditional recipe calls for filling these dumplings with whole plums, whatever fruit is in season will do.
Leftovers of the batter and the topping can be turned into even smaller versions of this sweet dessert using cupcake liners.
If you can find them, use fresh plums to make the puree in this super-fudgey cake, but if not, plum jam will also suffice.
This beautiful plum jam is a great way to preserve summer fruit and brightens breakfasts and tea time all through the winter.
Potato dumplings filled with plums can be served as a dessert or as a sweet lunch.
Though it sounds a bit odd, the combination of shrimp, plums, jalapeño and cilantro combine to create a sweet and spicy summer skewer staple.
Let’s toss these plums and cherrys in a shortcrust, cover them in custard, and make clafoutis.
This delicious tart has a buttery crust filled with almond frangipane filling studded with plums.
This recipe is inspired by Czech sweet plum and poppy seed pastries.
Simple and inviting, plum cake is the perfect way to start and celebrate early autumn.