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Instant Pot Dark Sweet Cherry Rosemary Compote

This is my new favorite!!!!! The sweetness of the cherries combined with a hint of savory from the rosemary oil is the perfect combination! Use this sauce over your yogurt, ice cream, pancakes, etc is delightful AND serving it over grilled chicken or pork is amazing! Best of all - no corn syrup!!! This recipe makes about 3 cups.

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Servings: 35

Prep Time: 00:05

Cook Time: 00:15

Main Ingredients

20 ounces

3 - 4 tbs turbinado sugar**

1 ounce fresh orange juice

1 drop dōterra rosemary essential oil

Preparation

1Add cherries, sugar and orange juice to the Instant Pot.

2Lock on Lid and close Pressure Valve.

3Cook at High Pressure for 1 minute (it takes about 5-10 minutes to come to full pressure).

4When Beep sounds, allow a 10 minute Natural Pressure Release.

5Stir in 1 drop of Rosemary oil.

Additional Notes

*I'm sure fresh cherries, pitted, would be amazing - I just haven't tried it yet

**I prefer turbinado sugar because it is created in such a natural manner, with almost no processing, that it is often referred to as “sugar in the raw” or “raw sugar.”

NOTE: This compote may seem really runny - don't drain off the liquid as it will thicken in the refrigerator.

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