Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

I don’t know if you missed my post about my new Ninja Cooking System with Auto-iQ or not but in case you did, I have to tell you that it’s been on my wishlist since I first found it on the Ninja Kitchen Website. I knew that I’d use it a lot from reading all about it and I have been. I can’t stop making recipes in it. I’ve never purchased anything for my kitchen that cooks a full meal with very little effort in such a short time as this does. I’ve been wasting time that I could have been spending doing something else. Like binge-watching Netflix. I can slow-cook, sear, bake or steam all in one pot.

Recently I was craving poached pears & apples, and I had the wine; Pinot Grigio, to make them with, so I did. Just. Like. That. What I love about this wine is that it has a clean intense aroma which really comes out with the poaching and a dry golden apple taste which just really enhances the flavor of my favorite poached dishes. You can use it for poached pears, apples, cherries, plums, peaches, pineapple, whatever your heart desires.   I’ve never mixed fruits while poaching them but I’m going to try that next time.

Once my cravings hit, I got out my handy-dandy cooker and found the recipe in my {included with Ninja Cooker purchase} recipe book, and in mere minutes, I had a pot of poached goodness. I’m sharing my poached apples because everyone gobbled down the pears before I had time to blink and I have to say that pictures don’t do these poached apples justice, so, you’re going to have to try them for yourself. You can buy your own Ninja Cooking System and Pinot Grigio wine by clicking on my links. If you have Amazon Prime, you can buy the Ninja Cooking System at a reduced price compared to buying it at Ninja Kitchen.

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

Ingredients

*Page 24 & 25 Ninja Delicious Done Easy 100+ Recipe Cookbook
1 bottle of Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio or 4 cups dry white wine
1 pound of granny apples or pears- I use more (usually 3 pounds which is enough to submerge in the juice).
3 cups of sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
2 cinnamon sticks
4 whole cloves
2 cups of water or apple juice

Poached Pears or Apples Recipe

Directions
Peel and core pears or apples and dice or slice. I generally keep pears whole.  Add all ingredients to the Ninja Cooking System and stir.

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

Select the Auto-iQ Poachws Infusions setting, select recipe 10, then select start and in 25 minutes, your apples will be ready to serve.  When you hear the beep, remove the fruit from the cooking system.

Poached Fruit & Apples Recipe

I then add 1 to 2 cups of the juice to a saucepan and cook the juice down to a nice thick consistency and drizzle on top of the fruit before serving.

Poached Pears, Apples, or any Fruit, Recipe

 

I’m sure you could make this in a saucepan but why should you have waste valuable time when you have the Ninja Cooking System?  I think you’ll love yours as much as I do mine.  What is your favorite poached fruit? 

Poached Pears or Apples Recipe. Visit shabbychicboho.com for ingredients and directions.

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Poached Pears, Apples, or any Fruit, Recipe

Ingredients

1 bottle of Pinot Grigio or 4 cups dry white wine

1 pound of granny apples or pears- I use more (usually 3 pounds which is enough to submerge in the juice).

3 cups of sugar

1/2 teaspoon vanilla

2 cinnamon sticks

4 whole cloves

2 cups of water or apple juice

Directions

Peel and core pears or apples and dice or slice. I generally keep pears whole.  Add all ingredients to the Ninja Cooking System and stir.

Optional

Add 1 to 2 cups of the juice to a saucepan and cook the juice down to a nice thick consistency and drizzle on top of the fruit before serving.

14 Comments

  1. This is AMAZING!!! Thank you so much for sharing this!

  2. Oh this looks easy enough. I shoudl def try doing this. I love fruits so much, its time to try poached ones:)
    Thanks for the guide

  3. I love poached fruits. In fact I keep giving poached apples to my kids. They enjoy it more than the raw fruits.

  4. I have never been brave enough to try recipes like this. These do look yummy and I really want to try them out.

  5. This seems like a handy equipment to invest in! Thinking of getting this for my mom on Mother’s day because she loves to try her hand with poaching fruits..

  6. This looks like it will be so super tasty! I have never made anything like this before but am definitely going to be giving it a try.,

  7. Angela Cardamone @marathonsandmotivation.com

    Yum, this looks so delicious! I love poached fruits, definitely going to try this!!

  8. OH how awesome is this?? I love poached fruit. I definitely have to try this recipe out! Thanks so much!

  9. I have never tried to poach anything. But this looks like something fun to try:)

  10. I love poached fruit and I totally wish I had thought of this a few days ago. But a great idea, definitely something I’m going to have to remember and do!

  11. This sounds like such a fun and delicious recipe to try making! This is one of my fave fruits!

  12. This looks interesting. I’ve never had poached fruit before, but it sounds like something I would enjoy!

  13. That looks delicious. I have never poached anything but maybe its time to try

  14. Amazing pictures and I have never poached anything. I’m now inspired.

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