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How to freeze apricots for the winter: whole, in halves and with sugar

Tetiana KoziukLS Food
How to freeze apricots for the winter. Source: Pixabay

Apricots can not only be added to baked goods or preserved but also successfully prepared for the winter. Moreover, this method is one of the few that allows you to preserve all the flavor and benefits of the fruit.

One of the cooking channels (Cookish) on YouTube explained how to freeze apricots for the winter correctly and successfully. (To watch the video, scroll to the end of the news).

How to properly and successfully freeze apricots for the winter

Method 1

This method is suitable exclusively for making compotes because the pit remains inside the fruit.

Freezing technology:

1. Wash and dry the apricots.

How to freeze apricots whole for the winter

2. Place the fruit side by side on a tray and freeze.

3. After the fruit is frozen, bag it and put it back in the freezer.

Method 2

How to freeze apricots for the winter in halves

This method is suitable for those who like to add apricots to baked goods and desserts.

Freezing technology:

1. Wash and dry the apricots.

2. Divide the apricots into halves, pitting them.

Apricots with sugar for the winter

3. Put the fruit on a tray covered with parchment. Put in the freezer for at least 3 hours.

4. After the fruit is frozen, pack it in bags and put it back in the freezer.

Method 3

Apricot preparations for the winter

This method is very interesting because freezing fruit puree with sugar preserves the rich flavor and aroma of apricots. It is a jam, but frozen.

Freezing technology:

1. Wash and halve the apricots, pitting them.

2. Beat the apricots with sugar in a blender until puree.

3. Pour the resulting puree into bottles and freeze.

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