Fruit

Fruit should always be bought fresh if possible in order to make use of the vitamins it contains. Outside the season you can of course also use canned fruit. Cherries preserved in a jar are often used for baking. Dried fruit and convenience products such as red fruit jelly or apple puree can also be found in this section.

Amarena Cherries
Amarena Cherries are strongly sugared pitted cherries, which are mainly used for decorating cocktails. Amarena cherries can also be used to garnish cakes or desserts and to refine ice cream or fruit salads. ...
apple
Apple For baking and cooking for apple puree, apple compote or apple jelly, slightly tart sour apples with a lot of fruit acid, such as Boskop or Braeburn, are very well suited because they have a particularly aromatic aroma. The smaller apple variety, Cox Orange, also tastes very good, but is more difficult to peel and seed. ...
Apple compote
Apple compote not only tastes good as a dessert, but can also be used for baking apple cakes, waffles or pancakes. As a side dish to potato buffers or sour roast apple compote also tastes good. ...
Apple puree
Apple puree can be bought ready to eat in glasses. However, apple puree tastes particularly aromatic if you cook it yourself with your favourite apple variety. ...
Apricots a.d. tin
Apricots a.d. tin Apricots from the tin are already peeled, halved and seeded. They taste quite mild and the flesh is relatively firm. ...
Baby Bananas
Baby Bananas (engl. Baby bananas, french) Bananes de bébé, ital. ...
Baby Pineapple
Baby Pineapple is a special breed of the big pineapple. Baby pineapple tastes particularly sweet and aromatic because it is harvested when ripe and is sold as flying pineapple. ...
Back Fruit
Back Fruit is also called dried fruit, dry fruit or mixed fruit. It consists of a mixture of dried fruits. ...
Banana Chips
Banana Chips are made from fresh banana slices that are fried or baked, sweetened and dried. They also contain vegetable oil and honey. ...

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