Xinjiang Dried Apricots

 Just 5 minutes soaking in warm water and I was able to cut up these dried Xinjiang dried apricots (a gift from Wenli) and add them to my bubbling tomato pasta sauce.  
I plan to store the rest of the dried apricots in a sealed glass jar to balance/distribute moisture between them as some are drier than others and in others the sugars in the flesh have crystallised.

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