Dessert!

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Postby ChowMein on Thu Mar 30, 2006 2:13 am

Hello Ladies,

Iv'e just picked up a pack of puff pastry. I intend to make squares with leftover apple pie filling. Any hints?

I've never done this before.
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Postby ChowMein on Thu Mar 30, 2006 3:17 am

Dear DD,

HMMM . They come with instructions?!?
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Postby Tansy the Terrible on Thu Mar 30, 2006 9:33 pm

My Welsh Nana used to say "when in doubt, stick it in at 350C and take it out when it smells good."
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Postby TheArchitect on Tue Apr 25, 2006 2:52 pm

350 does seem to be a good universal temperature. If it doesn't get done quick enough you can turn it up to 400 too, but I wouldn't recomend higher than that, I have burned lots of things like that.
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Postby OZ_Nick on Fri Jun 09, 2006 8:30 am

:worship: :worship: Baked Bananas

Serves 4

Ingredients:
4 bananas (6 if small)
2 oranges (navels are best)
2 teaspoons dark brown sugar (optional)
2 tablespoons genuine Maple syrup
2 teaspoons Grand Marnier (or Cointeau)
Cream

Preheat oven to 180 deg C (350 deg F = universal baking temperature)

Peel and slice the bananas diagonally, place in a shallow open oven proof dish.

Zest the oranges and sprinkle over the bananas.

Juice the oranges and pour over over the bananas.

Sprinkle the sugar, maple syrup and the Grand Marnier evenly over the bananas.

Bake for about 10-15 minutes, until the bananas are soft but not going dark.

Divide equally into dessert bowls pouring the sauce over the top. Pour a little cream over each portion. Serve and eat immediately.

Very yum!

P.S. all me own work too.

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Postby St John the Blasphemist on Fri Jun 09, 2006 10:22 pm

Just wondering - could you make a rice pudding style dessert only with rice noodles?

Might try it sometime.

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Postby OZ_Nick on Sat Jun 10, 2006 9:41 am

Hmm... Sounds like an intersting concept.

I would try a bit of pimento, ground star anise, or maybe some ground cardamon.

Maybe even all three!

I'll try it out some time and report back.

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Postby kat on Sat Jun 10, 2006 4:41 pm

OZ_Nick wrote::worship: :worship: Baked Bananas

Serves 4

Ingredients:
4 bananas (6 if small)
2 oranges (navels are best)
2 teaspoons dark brown sugar (optional)
2 tablespoons genuine Maple syrup
2 teaspoons Grand Marnier (or Cointeau)
Cream

Preheat oven to 180 deg C (350 deg F = universal baking temperature)

Peel and slice the bananas diagonally, place in a shallow open oven proof dish.

Zest the oranges and sprinkle over the bananas.

Juice the oranges and pour over over the bananas.

Sprinkle the sugar, maple syrup and the Grand Marnier evenly over the bananas.

Bake for about 10-15 minutes, until the bananas are soft but not going dark.

Divide equally into dessert bowls pouring the sauce over the top. Pour a little cream over each portion. Serve and eat immediately.

Very yum!

P.S. all me own work too.

Nick


Sounds excellent. I'll have to add butter and rum, myself, instead of maple syrup.
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Postby OZ_Nick on Tue Jun 13, 2006 8:23 pm

Yummmm....

Tried the rum and butter version last night. Now I have a problem. Two equally delicious but different versions. Which to choose, which to choose? :mrgreen:

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Birthday Cake

Postby NeuroFreak on Tue Jul 18, 2006 11:22 pm

Here's a Birthday Cake my mother made once:

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The noodles and meatballs are all frosting.

It's Noodly Good. Anyone with a talent for frosting should try it. :o
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