Peach Pistachio Conserve

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Cherries for Peach Pistachio Conserve with The Canning DivaPeach Pistachio Conserve – makes approx. 6 half-pint jars

I had so much fun creating this recipe last summer!  It was even more fun to bring a couple
jars to family gatherings for taste-testing!

This flavorful conserve is delicious atop goat cheese, compliments Foie gras beautifully and makes an excellent addition to a Prosciutto and Pancetta plate.  Enhance its flavors by sprinkling a touch of Himalayan sea salt prior to serving!

The possibilities are endless and the flavors abound!

 

 

Ingredients

2 cups unsalted, shelled Pistachio nuts*, choppedCleaning Pistachios for Peach Pistachio Conserve with The Canning Diva

4 cups peaches, peeled and finely chopped (approx. 8 peaches)

2 cups sweet cherries, pitted and coarsely chopped

Zest and Juice from 2 large Oranges

2 cups golden raisins

1 Tbsp fresh gingerroot, grated

¼ cup fresh mint, finely chopped

2 Tbsp lemon juice

6 Tbsp Canning Gel

 

Ingredients for Peach Pistachio Conserve with The Canning DivaInstructions

Pistachio Prep:  In the event you cannot procure unsalted nuts, place salted pistachios in a colander in the sink and rinse thoroughly until the salt has been removed.  Simply pat pistachios dry before chopping.

In a large stainless steel stock pot, combine all ingredients, less the Canning Gel, and bring to a boil over medium-high heat.  Stir constantly to avoid scorching.  Once at a boil, reduce heat and whisk in Canning Gel.  Boil gently for 10 minutes, stirring frequently to avoid scorching as the conserve thickens.

Ladle hot conserve into hot jelly jars leaving a ¼” headspace.  Remove any air bubbles and adjust headspace as necessary.  Using a warm wash cloth dipped in vinegar, wipe jar rFilling jars Peach Pistachio Conserve with The Canning Divaims and screw bands.  Add sterilized lids and rings and hand tighten.

Place jars in a water bather and cover with 1 inch of water.  Process jars for 15 minutes.  Remember processing time does not begin until the water is at a full rolling boil!

Enjoy~
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