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Feijoa Crumble

May 9, 2016 Filed under Dessert

Feijoas – those green fruit that fall to the ground in May in New Zealand when they are ripe.

At this time of the year people either have more feijoas than they know what to do with or don’t have access to them at all.  And people either love them or hate them.  There seems to be no  in-between stance.  So for those who love them, here is another feijoa recipe. It’s a variation of the well-loved apple crumble.

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Feijoa and Coconut Cake

April 23, 2013 Filed under Dessert

Its feijoa time again.  My tree is overloaded, I’m picking them up in buckets so I’m always looking for new ways to use them. Read more

How to freeze feijoas

April 30, 2012 Filed under Dessert

It’s feijoa time again.  The ground under my tree is a mass of green fruit and those I’m not giving away are getting eaten raw, frozen or bottled.

It’s easy to freeze feijoas.  All you have to do is peel the skins off, Read more

Preserved feijoas in a jar

April 28, 2012 Filed under Dessert

When I have a surplus of feijoas in the garden I eat them raw, make a feijoa crumble dessert, give them away or preserve them by freezing them or ‘bottling’ them.  To bottle them you only need fruit water and jars.  We used to put in loads of sugar into our bottled fruit.  It was supposed to help the fruit to keep well. Read more

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