Nectarine Puree

This year was our biggest harvest ever of nectarines, I followed the advice of one of the people on our Facebook page and turned most of our nectarine surplus into nectarine puree for yogurt and ice-cream. We might also see how some of it goes to make fruit leathers when we get hold of a dehydrator. We started with an overflowing bucket, but by the time we fed the neighbors and my work it was about half a bucket.

Pretty easy job to process them. We followed method 2 on the page below:

Peaches for Baby Food- Recipes & Tips for Feeding Baby Peaches

The hardest part was peeling them,

 i think i needed to put more water in the trays, it seemed like the parts that were in the water were easier the peel. I froze them in various sized ice cube trays and am actually thinking they will be good to eat on hot days on their own.

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