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Delicious Peach Recipes to Try at Home

The peach is a very versatile fruit that can be used in a variety of different dishes. Its fruity flavour pairs well with both sweet and savoury courses. Mix peaches with cinnamon, cloves and similar spices for a delicious sugary treat, or pair with ham and mozzarella for a dinner recipe that’s packed with flavour. With so many options, we struggled to choose just three! Here’s our best peach recipes for you to try out at home.

Savoury Suppers

Peachy Caprese Salad

Based on a recipe from
Serves 4

2 ripe peaches, stones removed and cut into medium-sized slices
300g cherry tomatoes, cut in half
100g sweetcorn
1/4 small red onion, thinly sliced
250g mozzarella, torn into pieces
2 tbsp olive oil
salt and black pepper
55g rocket
15g fresh basil, torn into pieces

Put the peaches, cherry tomatoes, sweetcorn, red onion and mozzarella in a bowl. Add the olive oil and season well with salt and pepper. Toss to coat and let it sit for five minutes.

Carefully mix in the rocket and basil and transfer everything onto a platter to serve.

Peaches Wrapped in Prosciutto

Based on a recipe from BBCGoodFood
Serves 4

3 peaches
12 slices prosciutto
2 mozzarella balls, torn into 12 pieces
handful of rocket
6 tbsp chilli oil

Remove the stones from your peaches and quarter them. Take a wedge of peach and a piece of torn mozzarella and wrap a slice of prosciutto around them both. Continue this until you have twelve parcels.

Place three parcels on each plate and divide the rocket evenly. Drizzle the chilli oil over everything and serve.

Sweet Treats

Easy Peach, Cinnamon and Almond Tarts

Based on a recipe from BBCGoodFood
Serves 4

1 tbsp cinnamon
90g ground almonds
100g butter, softened
1 egg
50g sugar
250g pre-made puff pastry (1 block, halved)
3 peaches, stones removed and finely sliced
Single cream, to serve

Place the cinnamon, ground almonds, butter, egg and half the sugar in a bowl. Mix with an electric whisk until well combined. If you don’t a have an electric whisk, beat together with a wooden spoon.

Roll the pastry out to about the thickness of a 20p piece (approximately 2mm) and, using a saucer to cut around, cut out four evenly sized circles. Place the four circles on a baking tray. Place 1tbsp of your almond mixture onto each circle and spread it out evenly, leaving a border around the outside. Arrange your peach slices in an even, circular motion on each circle. Preheat your oven to 200˚C and chill the pastry circles in the fridge for at least ten minutes.

Once they’ve chilled, place the tarts on the top shelf of your oven for ten minutes, then remove. Sprinkle the remaining sugar liberally across each of the tarts, then cover with baking parchment. Place another same-sized tray carefully on top of your original tray and flip both trays so that the tarts are upside-down.

Place the new tray back on the top shelf of the oven for another five to ten minutes, until the pastry is crisp, and the peaches look caramelised and delicious. Serve with a liberal dribble of cream.

Who knew there could be so many different ways to enjoy peaches? Unfortunately, September is end of season for fresh peaches, but if you want to enjoy sun-ripened peaches all year round, try our Forever Aloe Peaches. It combines the delicious flavour of peaches (and all their amazing health benefits) with 84.3% pure aloe vera gel for added goodness.

Do you have any sweet or savoury peach recipes? Share your best ones with us in the comments!

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