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Marinated fruit with whipped is cream a crowd pleasing, seasonal treat. I love fresh cherries and great quality frozen cherries (or jarred cherries amarenna) can always be at the ready for a quick sweet treat. The recipe below works really well for any seasonal fruit – strawberries, blueberries, peaches, and pineapple to name just a few.
Whipped cream seems to be a strangely intimidating technique – often accompanied by questions and anxiety about the whipping along with dread of labor-intensive struggle and complete lack of seasoning. I promise, whipped cream is simple and straight forward. A little sugar and a pinch of salt along with the right tools for the job will change your life. And by the way, any leftovers can be refrigerated and given a little reviving whip the next day if needed. Adding the pinch of salt to whipped cream enhances the sweet and creamy flavors.
Divide marinated cherries and whipped cream between 2 small bowls. Sprinkle a little more Oz on top of the whipped cream and enjoy!
The key to making this simple dessert/snack special is to give a little dusting of a good spice pairing to enhance the fruit’s natural qualities and to have whipped cream to top it all off.
· Cherries and Oz are a complex pairing of Tasmanian pepperberry, lemon myrtle, and coffee.
· Strawberry and Dessert Rose add sesame, rose, and fragrant cardamom to bring the fresh fruit to another level.
· Pineapple and Mishmish seasons with a saffron and honey blend.
· Peach and cooked apple are both warmed by Reims for a light cinnamon, honey, and star anise flavor.