prep time includes overnight in fridge. we had this at a very dear friends house for dinner and my husband loved it. we made it nearly every weekend that summer and is still a summer time staple. even a winter excursion from time to time.
i found this recipe on the parents.com website and decided to try it for my family. although i couldn't find tostada shells, i substituted taco shells. with 2 kids, probably made for easier eating anyway. my family loved this and have requested i make
recipe from odense. marzipan is the surprise layer that separates the dark chocolate fudge from white chocolate fudge with the rich flavor of almonds. extremely rich and what an impressive presentation! the three hour cook time = the time to chill.
this is a delicious potato-oatmeal breakfast dish. it was quite messy, but that may have just been me. from the book celtic folklore cooking, by joanne asala. holidays associated with this recipe: lughnasadh, samhain, mabon.
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