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5 Tasty and Delicious Apricot Dessert to Try this Summer

Summer fruit by excellence, fresh, ripe apricots are juicy and taste both sweet and a bit tart. For such a tiny fruit, apricots make some great and surprising recipes. Actually, we think you should add them to everything you make — and you can discover how to do just that with the 5 recipes below:

1. Apricot Tart with poppy seeds
2. Apricot Salad Recipe
3. Apricot Tartar Salad Recipe
4. Barbecue Apricot Pizza 
5. Sweet and spicy Apricots Sauce

Apricot season lasts less than two months, from about mid-May to early July, so we recommend getting your fill of apricot while you can!

What to look for: Seek out local fruit, for the best flavor, and look for fruit that are deep orange, fairly plump, and soft enough to yield to gentle pressure. But they shouldn’t be mushy.

How to store apricots: If unripe, place apricots in a paper bag at room temperature for one to two days so the ripening process will continue. Fully ripe apricots should be used or eaten immediately; otherwise, store them in your refrigerator for up to one week maximum.

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