Recipe for Have you eaten Home-made Delicious Curried Peaches?
If not, you should try this one ASAP.
Home-made Delicious Curried Peaches
Still have not made this, do yourself a HUGE favor and make it asap!
- Total Time: 0 hours
- Yield: 6 servings 1x
- Category: Side Dishes
- 2 sliced onions
- 2 tsp mild curry powder
- 125ml white vinegar
- 125ml white sugar
- 2tbsp syrup from peaches
- 1 can of diced peaches
Slowly sauté onions over low heat in a bit of oil until transparent but not browned.
Add the rest of the ingredients except the peaches.
Continue to simmer until the sauce thickens.
Then pour over peaches.
It is that simple!
And it is so delicious.
I used mostly curry powder with just a dash of garam masala, and a bit less sugar than the recipe called for.
It is super tasty, and I imagine the flavor will intensify as it stands.
Original Source: Source: sacooking
Prepared, tried, and tested by Corlea Smit
- Serving Size: 1
- Calories: 129
- Sugar: 27
- Sodium: 6
- Fat: 0
- Saturated Fat: 0
- Unsaturated Fat: 0
- Trans Fat: 0
- Carbohydrates: 31
- Fiber: 2
- Protein: 1
- Cholesterol: 0
You may ask what are the benefits of peaches? No need to wonder, as fresh peaches are packed with lots of nutrients and antioxidants.
To read about the 10 Surprising Health Benefits and Uses of Peaches and now may also say but that’s fresh, so what about Canned Peaches you buy in the shop. Check this out and decide for yourself: Canned Peaches Are As Nutritious As Fresh. Really?
Another question that may pop up in your mind: Are peaches good for diabetics? Why not read the following and you will notice that peaches rank in the 10 low glycemic fruits that are good for my diabetes.
I quote from the above article as per the Diabetes Care Community:
Peaches (glycemic index = 42)
Peaches contain lots of vitamins C and A, as well as potassium and iron. Potassium helps regulate heart rate and lower blood pressure, while iron helps carry oxygen from the lungs and throughout the body.