Twenty Tantalising Spring Fruits Recipes

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This month’s seasonal spring fruits round up comes from Hannah who blogs at Domestic Gothess

Summer is the season most often associated with bountiful fruit. However, while perhaps not as plentiful, there are many delicious fruits that are at their peak in springtime.

The sadly short blood orange season lasts from late winter to early spring, make the most of it! It is very versatile and works well in cakes, tarts, curds, ice cream, sorbet and cocktails as well as savoury dishes; or just eat them as they are (mind the stains…).

Rhubarb, though not technically a fruit, is most often used like one; and is equally as versatile as the blood orange, in both sweet and savoury dishes. Passion fruit and kiwis, though generally available year-round, are at their best in the early spring; use passion fruit in mousses, cakes and cheesecakes and kiwis in pavlovas, fruit salads, with yoghurt or in cocktails.

Finally, the apricot comes in to season in late spring; bring out their best by roasting them, using in jams and chutneys, or pairing them with almonds in a delicious tart.

spring fruits Collage

Pictured, top left to bottom right:

Passion Fruit Yoghurt Cake With White Chocolate Drizzle from Simply Delicious

Roasted Apricots With Ricotta And Honey from Kitchen Repertoire

Dutch Baby Oven Pancake With Blood Oranges And Blueberries from Lavender and Lovage

Persian Meringue Nests With Rhubarb Curd from Butter and Brioche

Blood Orange Roasted Chicken from Goboroot

Crispy Sichuan Pepper Mackerel With Rhubarb And Star Anise Sauce from Food To Glow

Passion Fruit Mousse from Sips And Spoonfuls

Whole Blood Orange Semolina Cake With Rosemary from Twigg Studios

Kiwi Lemongrass Caipiroska from Supergolden Bakes

Apricot And Almond Tart from Butter Baking

 

And here are ten more delicious recipes to make the most of spring fruits:

Kiwi And Champagne Pavlova from Chasing Delicious

Rhubarb Sorbet from Hint Of Vanilla

Apricot Cheesecake With Amaretto Caramel from Giraffes Can Bake

Blood Orange Margaritas from Cookie + Kate

Rhubarb And Blueberry Crumble For Two from The Little Loaf

Savoury Apricot Jam With Shallots And Sage from Table Matters

Blood Orange Honey-Glazed Five Spice Tart With Almond Cream from Desserts For Breakfast

Rhubarb Fairy Cakes from Chocolate Log Blog

Kiwi Pineapple Parfait from Primavera Kitchen

Passion Fruit Cheesecake from A Pinch Of Love

Is anyone else looking forward to the new season’s fruits? What are your favourites?

Hannah is a food addict become blogger living in Birmingham, UK. She spends most of her time daydreaming about food, creating recipes for her blog, domesticgothess.com, and drinking copious amounts of tea. You can follow her on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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