Definition of Crystallized fruit
1. Noun. Fruit cooked in sugar syrup and encrusted with a sugar crystals.
Generic synonyms: Confiture
Specialized synonyms: Crystallized Ginger, Candied Citrus Peel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crystallized Fruit
Literary usage of Crystallized fruit
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1. Successful Canning and Preserving by Ola Powell (1917)
"If a crystallized fruit is desired, use fruit prepared by the preceding ... What is the difference between preserved, candied, and crystallized fruit? (! ..."
2. A Complete Course in Canning: Being a Thorough Exposition of the Best (1919)
"Fruit Pie Filler.—Make a cheap glucose, sugar and apple juice preserve or jam, using tartaric acid coagulant. crystallized fruit Pie Filler. ..."
3. The Book of Household Management: Comprising Information for the Mistress by Beeton (Isabella Mary) (1888)
"These, with a few fancy biscuits, crystallized fruit, bon-bons, &c., are sufficient for an ordinary dessert. When fresh fruit cannot be obtained, ..."
4. Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea by Marion Harland (1875)
"J pound apricots, peaches, or other crystallized fruit. ... Chop the crystallized fruit very small, and put with the third cupful of custard. ..."
5. My Favorite Receipt by Royal Baking Powder Company (1886)
"... chop the crystallized fruit or candy very small, heat with the last part of the custard, and let it cool; flavor the chocolate with vanilla; when cold, ..."
6. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1890)
"When the crystallized fruit is destined for warm countries, it receives additional cooking. The fruit, when crystallized, is packed in boxes containing a ..."