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  • Nectarine Turnovers

    then prepare recipe as instructed. For a change of pace, substitute plums or peaches for nectarines.
  • Nectarines

    Fun food facts If nectarines grow in warm climates, where in Ontario is it warm
  • Nectarines

    than the Fantasia variety. Nutrition One medium size nectarine (130 g/13 oz) has 67 calories
  • Baked Nectarine and Cranberry Rice Pudding

    Short-grain rice makes this old favourite creamy without using cream. You can substitute regular rice if you don’t have short-grain.
  • Nectarine Almond Shortbread Tart

    Somewhat like a fruit pizza, this recipe is an easy way to whip up a fabulous dessert. It is best eaten the same day it is made; cover and refrigerate any leftovers.  Serve with a dollop of whipped cream.
  • Ontario Nectarine and Plum Compote

    For a simple but elegant dessert, serve this compote over angel food cake. It’s also delicious over yogurt or ice cream.
  • Cheese Tostaditas with Nectarine Salsa

    These colourful bites are a hit with all ages. Make and refrigerate ingredients ahead of time, then have friends or family help fill the cups at serving time. For a faster version, omit the cheese filling, double the salsa and let everyone help themselves.
  • Plum and Nectarine Ginger Crisp

  • White Sangria with Nectarines and Coronation Grapes

    This spectacular, refreshing white wine punch has succulent summer fruit to enjoy in the cooling sips. For a party, double the recipe and serve in a large punch bowl.
  • Grilled Steaks with Corn and Nectarine Salsa

    For your next barbecue or “asado” as it’s known in South America, serve these tender herb rubbed steaks and refreshing summer salsa with a side of grilled potatoes.