350 g damsons (halved)
3 tbsp golden caster sugar
1/2 cup water
400 g pastry puff
100 g white marzipan
3 tbsp ground almonds
1 beaten egg
One of the popular theories is that the damsons were first cultivated in the area around the ancient city of Damascus. From there, the juicy fruits were introduced to the different parts of the world, and now they are popular all over!
The sour flavored fruit is served in all sorts of ways. They are commonly eaten as jellies, jams or pies. Damson toast is another way to eat these powdery blue fruits.
Here’s its yummy recipe which takes just an hour to cook and serves 6 people. So, check it out.
Damson plums are very high in vitamin C which is an important nutrient for the growth of the body. But the real value of damson comes from their minerals which contain significant levels of potassium, phosphorus, copper, manganese and magnesium.
How to Make Damson Toast
In South and Southeast Asia, the term damson plum is known as Jambul.