The Basics: Nectarines

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The Technique

Nectarines

Nectarine’s are a stone fruit available from May through the summer months that are ideal to use in piestarts & galettes. As the season progresses so does the level of sweetness. Nectarines hold up well under a variety of cooking applications from baking, grilling & sautéing to poaching & broiling. Pair them with grilled chicken & pork or highlight them in a lovely pie featuring a crust of Buttermilk Pâte Sucrée. Learn how to slice the fruit so it may be used in a number of your favorite recipes.

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How To Slice Fresh Nectarines

Tree-ripened, ready to eat fruit should have a sweet fragrance. Nectarines do not need to be peeled for use in recipe applications & the skin actually offers beautiful color & texture to desserts in particular.

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The best way to prep nectarines for use in pies, tarts & galettes is to slice around the pit. Start by cutting one side of the nectarine on a wooden board. Use your knife to gage where the pit is located & make the cut just before it. Place it flat side down & cut into slices or dice the fruit according to the recipe instructions. Continue turning & cutting the fruit until all of the flesh has been removed. You will end up with a rectangular shape & the pit will be suspended in the center. Simply toss it away when done with the task.

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