It’s organic peach season in Boulder! I had no idea the organic peaches in Boulder would totally blow my taste buds. Since discovering and uncovering these specimen’ juicy sweet nectar I’ve been on a peach cooking frenzy.
Last night I made organic mango and peach chutney to pour over grilled chicken, sweet onions, and yellow peppers. I’ve never made chutney before I didn’t follow a recipe but this is what I did:
- Removed the skin from 2 peaches and a half of mango. Diced into edible squares.
- Added one clove of garlic
- 2 tablespoons of fresh cilantro
- 1 tablespoon of safflower oil
I put the safflower oil into a small sauce pan and heated. Added all the ingredients from above brought to a slow boil and cooking it partly down.
Added as shown to grilled chicken, onions, peppers. It was delicious!
Next up Peach Pancakes. I got up early this morning to get the best of the best from the Boulder Farmers Market. The sun beat me this morning so I’ll have to try for 8 rather than 9 so that I can stay longer. I got my peaches!!
I hurried home so that I could make buckwheat peach pancakes.
I use Organic Arrowhead Mills Buckwheat Pancake mix and follow the instructions with some changes:
Instead of milk I use Rice Dream
Instead of honey I use Madhava Pure Organic Agave Nectar
All the other ingredients remain the same except I’m only making pancakes for one.
Sweet organic sliced peaches for the pancakes! So delicious!
I learned a lesson peaches don’t add well to grilling pancakes. The remaining peach slices I used to garnish the top of the pancake.
Next time I make peach pancakes I’ll be sure to try dicing the peaches and adding to the batter.
Despite lessons learned, my peach pancakes were delicious. Get to the Boulder Farmer’s Market for your peaches! Eat them as is,or cook, bake, ice, or can them but try the peaches!