Plum and Walnut Conserves

Preparation Time: 20 minutesCooking Time: 20 minutes

This conserve is delicious whether served on toast, over Brie, or over ice cream!

The conserve is unfamiliar to most of us, at least much less familiar than jam. A conserve is usually a combination of two or more fruits cooked with sugar, and many times with the addition of dried fruit and nuts. Conserves usually have a chunky texture and are most often served with cheeses and meats.

Anne James

Hi, I'm Anne but my grandchildren call me Jelly Grandma. I have over 50 years of experience as a Southern cook and am a retired librarian. I love sharing what I have learned. You can find me on YouTube as well! Just click the link at the bottom of your page. I hope your visit here has been a sweet one.

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