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Strawberry, apple and rhubarb compote
Strawberry, apple and rhubarb compote
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Seasonal strawberry, apple and rhubarb compote with fresh fruits is very easy and quick to prepare at home. When you make it yourself you can control the sugar quantity added in the compote and it is usually you need less than you might think. Top it with whipped cream and mint leaves to enhance the flavor.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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200 gr Rhubarb
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300 gr Strawberries
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400 gr Apples
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50 gr Sugar
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2 Gelatin leaves
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150 ml Whipped cream
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18 Mint leaves
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8 gr Vanilla sugar
Instructions:
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Peel and cut the rhubarb and apples in small pieces.
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Place the rhubarb in a big bowl, add the sugar and set aside for 1 hour.
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Soften the gelatin sheets in cold water.
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In a casserole place the rhubarb, apples and the strawberries, cover with water and cook on low heat for 30 minutes. Stir frequently.
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Add vanilla sugar in the mixture. Pour away the water and place in a blender and mix until smooth.
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Place the mixture in a bowl, add the squeezed gelatin and Stir well.
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Pour in small cups or serving bowls. Cover with a plastic film and refrigerate for 3 hours.
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When ready to serve,decorate with whipped cream , some strawberries and mint leaves.
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