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this recipe was found on the internet at recipeisland.com. preparation time includes the peeling, slicing & dicing of the fruit, but not the hour needed for the fruit to chill. although this recipe should make 6 servings, it could make much less if someon
this is a favorite from my childhood. my mother found it in sunset magazine back in the late 70's and made it a winter staple. it's cheap, low in fat, and high in all the good stuff. leftovers make great lunches during the following week.
this is a nice and simple recipe, the most time consuming thing is preparing the apples. the topping is nice and crunchy. different fruits, such as dried cranberries, raisins, rhubarb or any type of berry could be added for a unique taste.
i needed something a little different for a party. i wanted something that was baked and not deep fried and came up with this recipe . i served these at a party and got rave reviews about these puffs. serve them with your favourite dipping sauce. use vege
long half-inch wide peeled potatoes or thin slices of cauliflower, across the grain, dipped in batter and fried in oil or oven. i like to use vegetables that have minimum water content, less spatter and batter holds while frying.
this recipe was given to me by a dear friend many years ago. i serve this over a plate of shredded lettuce with either boiled shrimp or jumbo lump crabmeat. it is a perfect summer salad and you will receive many compliments.
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