Our sweet Turkish apricots come from the Malatya region in Turkey. About 95% of the World’s dried Turkish apricots come from the Malatya area where they are irrigated from the Euphrates River that has it’s origin in the surrounding Anatolian Mountains. Other than the different flavour profiles, what makes these apricots different from the Royals we grow locally is that they are dried whole rather than halved first and then dried. In Turkey apricots are often grown and sun-dried by small-scale family-run orchards using traditional methods, before they are shipped off around the world – some of which end up right here in Cecilia’s Farm.
Turkish Apricots, Preservative: Sulphur dioxide
Per 100 g: Energy 1235 kJ, Protein 4.9 g, Carbohydrates 67 g, Total Fat 0.3 g, Dietary Fibre (AOAC 991.43) 9.0 g, Total sodium 10 mg
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Goat’s Cheese with Apricot and Thyme
If you’re looking for some inspiration for your Royal Apricots, why not try this delicious (and really easy!) goat’s milk cheese idea from our favourite foodie Heleen.GET THE RECIPE