List of plum dishes

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Far Breton is a specialty of the Brittany (or Bretagne as it is known locally) region of France. It is a very simple flan-like cake and includes prunes, which are sometimes soaked beforehand in brandy.
A plum knödel
Plum cake

This is a list of plum dishes. Plum dishes are those that use plums or prunes as a primary ingredient. Some plum dishes also use other fruits in their preparation. Plum and prune snack foods and beverages are also included in this list.

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