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Apricot Jam

1. Wash the apricots and and remove the kernel.

2. Boil the water together with the sugar and when the composition begins to thicken add the apricots and turn off the stove for 5 minutes and add small pieces of lime.

3. Cook the composition at low heat until it thickens and the apricots look transulcent.

4. Wait for it to cool down, put it in jars and seal with sterilized lids.




Wachau Apricot Dumplings

The apricot dumpling, or Marillenknödel, is emblematic for the Wachau region. And it is also a clear illustration of how the Austrian people are open to other cultures. This delicacy combines what is originally a Chinese fruit (the apricot) with a plant from Polynesia (sugar) and an Upper Austrian idea for preparing food (the dumpling). Moreover, the EU certification of controlled origin “Wachauer Marille g.U.” guarantees that these fruits belong to the best of their species.


  • 1 kg of sugar
  • 500 ml of water
  • 1 kg of apricots
  • lime

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