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Monday, January 30, 2012

ONE SAUCE TWO WAYS

I saw these fresh blueberries at the local vegetable market. My husband likes them a lot (I'm not very fond of them).  He'll eat them fresh or in pies, cereals and cakes.  I know they're very nutritious,  good for your health and filled with antioxidants etc..  but I still can do without them. Anyway, I made a blueberry syrupy compote to top our pancakes for our Sunday brunch which we both enjoyed. I saved the rest for later as a desert.
Here's recipe #1:

1 Cup blueberries
1/4 Cup water
1/2 Cup sugar
2 tbsp of rum (or lemon juice ) to retain color
Place everything in a medium pan and boil until blueberries are soft  and you're done.
Omelet with Vienna sausage was my favorite

Recipe #2

For  desert, I crumbled corn flakes and placed them on the bottom of the parfait cup. I  topped it with blueberry syrup, blueberry yogurt and more corn flakes. I guess I gave him enough blueberry health for one day. 

21 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

now all I have to do is find some blueberries! Sounds great. Diane

Gio said...

blueberries are not very common where I live but I love them!
I'd like the sauce on a pancake :P

Ivani said...

Blueberries,gosto demais!
Adorei a receita...uma delicia!
Ótima semana.
Bjs
Ivani

Kay G. said...

I like to put fresh blueberries in a fruit salad. It gives it just the right amount of dark color against yellow pineapple and white apple. Nutrition is good but I like the contrast of the color!

Hey! I just found your blog and I LOVE the time displayed in the cherries. Brilliant!

Librarian said...

Like your husband, I love blueberries - my preferred way of eating them is out of a deep plate (like a soup or pasta plate), filled up with milk and sprinkled with a table spoon of sugar.
To me, they are the epitome of summer!

Cuisine de Provence said...

Looks delicious!

VA DE PAN said...

Oh!!!I love blueberries, and as your husband, fresh or in pies!!!!! great recipe!!!!!!

MARCO PASHA said...

Hello Diane, do you think you can grow them in your garden??

MARCO PASHA said...

Heloo Gio, thank you for stopping by. I'll try to save you a stack of pancakes.

MARCO PASHA said...

Hi Ivani, thnak you for visiting

MARCO PASHA said...

Hello Kay, I hope to see you here more often.

MARCO PASHA said...

Hello Librarian, sounds like a good idea

MARCO PASHA said...

Hello Cuisine de Provance, thank you for visiting

MARCO PASHA said...

Hello Va De Pan thank you for visiiting

LaMagicaZucca said...

(posso parlare italiano?)
Ma che bel blog che ho trovato.... Complimenti per le ricette, sono molto invitanti.
Mi sono aggiunta ai tuoi lettori fissi di google friends, cosi non ti perdo più di vista.
Se ti va, passa a trovarmi, sei la benvenuta.
LaMagicaZucca

MARCO PASHA said...

LaMagicaZucca, I'm sorry I wish I spoke Italian. Thank you for visiting and your kind comments.

Francy said...

I love blueberries! and your sauce looks divine!

La cucina di Esme said...

i like so much blueberries ! thanks for this delight ! :)

MARCO PASHA said...

Hello Francy, thank you, give it a try

MARCO PASHA said...

La Cucina di Esme, thank you for stopping by

EL CLUB DE LA PUCHERA said...

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A greeting and congratulations on your blog