This is yet another recipe I picked up many years ago.
It's so easy and delicious I makes sure it has a permanent placement in my fridge at home along side the constantly changing flavours of Easiyo yogurts I make!
For this you will need 1 large saucepan, 1 mixing spoon and a large baking tray.
Place everything apart from the Glycerine in your saucepan.
Bring to the boil and stir so the sugar disolves, then turn down and add your Glycerine then simmer for 3 minutes.
Remove from the heat and pour onto your tray to cool.
When cool remove the rosemary and vanilla pod.
Store in a air tight container in the fridge and enjoy!
This recipe can be easily adapted for apples, pears and stone fruit such as apricots and peaches by simply removing the seeds/stones and chopping into thumbnail sized pieces. You will also need to change your red wine to white (I use a Solomon Grundy Sauvignon Blanc).