dried apricot


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Noun1.dried apricot - apricots preserved by drying
dried fruit - fruit preserved by drying
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Caught in the pinch with a part sack of rice and a few pounds of dried apricots, rice and apricots was his menu three times a day for five days hand-running.
Hill-food is very simple, but with buckwheat and Indian corn, and rice and red pepper, and little fish out of the stream in the valley, and honey from the flue-like hives built in the stone walls, and dried apricots, and turmeric, and wild ginger, and bannocks of flour, a devout woman can make good things, and it was a full bowl that the priest carried to the Bhagat.
Khoshaf Ingredients: Dates Dried apricot Prunes (dried plums) Figs Water Qamar El-Din (A concentrated juice prepared from dried apricot) Nuts and fresh fruit cut to pieces (if needed) Khoshaf Recipe: 1.
Add the dried apricot pieces to the water and keep in the refrigerator for 24 hours to soak.
Barrel 33 is aged three years in oak; the nose offers sweet and savory scents like clove, allspice or pear with additional notes of baked apple, dried apricot and tobacco leaf.
Turkey is the leading producer of apricots in the world, producing a mammoth 795,000 tons annually (2012 figures), and a staggering 95 percent of Turkey's dried apricot production is based in Malatya.
Although the dried apricot was small enough to pass through the pylorus spontaneously, it became swollen in fluid and started to obstruct the small bowel lumen especially in the terminal ileum.
Hint: In low light, it looks and feels about the same as a dried apricot.
The prices of dry fruits, including almond, pistachio, walnuts, dates, cashew nut, dried apricot, coconut, fig and peanut increase in winter with an increase in their demand.
The prices of dry fruits including almond, pistachio, walnut, pine nut (Chilghoza), date, cashew nut (Kaju), dried apricot, coconut, fig and peanut increased in the winters as these dry fruits have the highest demand.
The prices of dry fruits including Almond, pistachio, walnut, pine nut (Chilgoza), date, cashew nut (Kaju), dried apricot, coconut, fig and peanut increase in winter season as these are mostly demanded during the winter season.