How to make it

  • Reserve half the blackberries.
  • Place the other ingredients in a small covered sauce pan and simmer on gentle heat for 15 minutes.
  • Add remaining blackberries and simmer for 5 minutes, add a couple tablespoons of pan juices (if you have any) reducing the sauce to about 1 cup.
  • Pass the sauce through a seive, taste for salt, vinegar, pepper, etc..
  • Use half as a last minute glaze for duck breast, baked or whole roasted chicken and duck.
  • Reheat remaining sauce gently before serving. Garnish plates with reserved blackberries or add berries to the remaining sauce and serve separately.

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  • turlak 10 years ago
    Yum! I always have blackberries in the freezer from the past season...This sounds great!
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    invisiblechef ate it and said...
    I love the sound of using honey and lemon, you can't go wrong with lemon and berries.
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  • tralfaz 11 years ago
    invisiblechef- In the NW you can never have enough blackberry recipes ;) I imagine you could even skip the brown sugar, just use honey. You might go light on the vinegar and test for a good sweet/sour balance.
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    invisiblechef ate it and said...
    Yes! I am always looking for new blackberry recipes, as we live so close to two huge blackberry patches and it's almost time to go pick them. I'm definately going to put this under my favorites so I don't forget about it. I also love the fact that there is not much sugar involved in the whole process, double yes!

    Thanks for sharing
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