Quadruple Soaked Cherries

Dried fruit is a perfect vehicle to absorb liquid.  By adding a beer style that has some of the fruits flavors, it’s a great way to extend the flavor umbrella and enhance a dish further, than just using dried fruit.  In this case example, using dried cherries and infusing them with a Quadruple Style Ale.  This style of Belgian ale has many deep fruit flavors, some with a heavier date | fig flavor, while others are more cherry | plum | prune notes.  Not much beer is needed, giving the chef a little treat (or excuse) to savor the leftovers, if not used into another dish | recipe.

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Quadruple Soaked Cherries
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8 serving 5 minute
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Servings Prep Time
8 serving 5 minute
Passive Time
2 hour
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Quadruple Soaked Cherries
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8 serving 5 minute
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8 serving 5 minute
Passive Time
2 hour
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  • In a 8 ounce canning jar, add the cherries and top off with the Quad, pouring down the side, at an angle to control the head from foaming over the edge. Seal with a lid and place into the refrigerator. Let the cherries sit for at least 2 - 3 hours to hydrate and up to a week before using.
Sean Paxton

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