It’s time to organize the kitchen cupboards and prepare for the new season. Check all veggies and fruits you have stored. Think of it as a kind of spring cleaning in your food storage. When sorting and checking we found some still very nice garden apples from the October harvest and a huge stock of dried mulberries (which are said to be mega healthy). So we combined the tasty apples with the mulberries and made it into a kick-start morning preserve. We love our morning porridge and this special topping makes getting out of bed all the more worth it. It is a truly good combination!
You will need:
100 grams of dried mulberries
The juice from 2 oranges
The juice from half a lemon
400 grams of peeled and chopped apple
½-1 cup water
200-250 grams of cane sugar (depending on how sweet you want it)
Let the dried mulberries soak for a few hours in the orange and lemon juice. Peel and chop the apples – and warm them in a pan with a bit of water. Boil for about 5 minutes and then pour the mulberry mix in with the sugar. Let it all boil a bit more – about 5-10 minutes. Pour it in to sterilized jars or in a tray in the refrigerator. Eat it with your oatmeal in the morning (you can add some lovely nuts) or vanilla ice cream in the evening.