passion fruit

Passion Delight Onion & Date Compote

Servings Created: 8 servings

Sauces used, Nan Tout Sòs

-          1 8 oz bottle Nan Tout Sòs

-          2 tablespoons olive oil or 2 tablespoons vegetable oil

-          4 cups of onion, halved and sliced thin

-          salt

-          fresh ground pepper

-          ¼ cup Apple cider vinegar

-          ½ Cup Almonds (optional)

-          ½ a cup dried dates pressed to fit (optional)

-          1/3 cup dry red wine

-          1 cup potable water split into two, ¼ cup and ¾ cup.




1.    Heat oil in a large sauté pan.

2.    Add onions.

3.    Sauté over medium heat.

4.    Sprinkle with salt and pepper, 3-4 dashes is good.

5.    Cover and cook over medium-low heat, stirring often, in about 5 minutes onions are golden brown; reduce heat if they are browning too fast.

6.    Add ½ of the Nan Tout Sòs to onions, ¼ cup water, stir and cook 1 minute.

7.    Add dates (optional) and stir briskly until they start melt into the onions (about 1 minute).

8.    Add almonds (optional).

9.    Add remaining Nan Tout Sòs.

10.  Add vinegar.

11.  Add wine and bring to a boil.

12.  Add remainder of water.

13.  Cook uncovered over medium heat, stirring often, about 5 minutes or until most of liquid evaporates and onions are very tender and dates have virtually boiled into the paste and disappeared.

14.  Taste and adjust seasoning. If too sour, add a teaspoon of brown sugar until satisfied.

15.  Serve hot or cold as a topper to meats or veggies.


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Smashing Passion Vinaigrette


Nothing brightens ups a dull salad than invigorating it with a salad dressing. Keep the flavor and leave the unwanted fat calories with this recipe.

Makes approximately 5 servings

 Ingredient List

-          3 oz. Nan Tout Sòs

-          9 oz. White Vinegar (you can use apple cider if you want a more tangy flavor)

-          3 oz. Extra Virgin Olive Oil

-          ½ teaspoon of salt

-          ½ teaspoon pepper

-          ½ teaspoon oregano

-          1 cored sliced thinly habanero or goat pepper (optional) (keep the seeds if you can handle the heat)

-        juice for 1 juicy lemon/lime if you really want something tangy


Tools You’ll Need

-          16 oz. clean and empty mason jar

-          Cutting board

-          Sharp knife


1.    Add ingredients into Mason jar, close tightly, shake vigorously until the dressing becomes one.

2.    Pour generously onto salads, bread, bruschetta, etc.


Store in refrigerator for up to 2 months