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Pitted Morello Cherries in syrup, what can I make with them?

Asked by Adagio (9800 points ) November 27th, 2009

A jar of pitted Morello Cherries has mysteriously appeared in my kitchen. It would seem an unknown someone gave me aforementioned jar last Christmas…for the last year I have not noticed them sitting on the shelf. To be perfectly honest, their sudden appearance remains a mystery to me. Be that as it may, having never cooked with cherries before, only eaten them in their very edible raw state, I have no idea what to do with them although I did consider they might be good in a tart. Any comments, advice and especially recipes would be most welcome.

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dpworkin's avatar

Cherry bread pudding.

Adagio's avatar

@pdworkin Feel like elaborating on that?

faye's avatar

Buy some semi sweet chocolate chips, melt them, dip the cherries with toothpicks-so good. I do this every year for xmas.

Adagio's avatar

@faye I must admit that I am not a great chocolate fan but I am interested to know whether you are talking about fresh cherries or cherries such as these, that are in some kind of syrup?

faye's avatar

We don’t so much get fresh cherries in alberta. I make choclate cherries as gifts every year from bottled cherries.

Adagio's avatar

@faye Thanks for the clarification, perhaps chocolate cherries might be nice to give as a gift to someone who lurves chocolate, hmmn…I will think about that one.

dpworkin's avatar

tomorrow I will elaborate. Sleepy time now.

Adagio's avatar

@pdworkin that would be great, thank you, sleep well

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