Recipe by Jenny Sanders
Another simple, good presentation for an under-appreciated vegetable.
Top Review by duonyte
Delicious and attractive dish. I did not have apricots and used dried nectarines, and subbed honey for the brown sugar. It was amazingly good. I think that dried peaches or pears would also work well - they share that slight acidity that apricots have. I am looking forward to making this again. Update: I had leftovers and panfried them with my bacon and eggs this morning. The rutabagas caremelized and were even better than in the original recipe!
Directions See How It's Made
- Cook the prepared rutabaga in a small amount of water until just tender.
- Drain well.
- Meanwhile, snip the apricots into quarters and soak them in a little boiling water.
- Add the drained apricots, the butter and the dark brown sugar to the drained rutabaga and cook over low heat until glazed, stirring frequently; about 3 or 4 minutes.