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29 June, 2011

Mango- Pineapple Supreme Cake

Mango- Pineapple Supreme Cake
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A delicious way to use your favourite tropical fruits on a simple plain cake and make it supreme….   Ingredients for the cake Butter 3/4 cup Sugar 1.5 cups Eggs 2 No Baking powder 2 tsp All purpose flour  2 cups Vanilla extract 1 tsp Milk 1 cup Ingredients for the cake topping Fresh Mango
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31 May, 2011

Tropical Pie Pudding

Tropical Pie Pudding
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I wanted to make something that has an American twist but with a tropical flavor. So, I decided to create a pie dessert that has ripe plantains,cardamom,and grated coconut. Enjoy!   Ingredients 3 Very ripe plantains, steamed and mashed 1 Egg, beaten ½ teaspoon Ground cardamom 1 cup Instant vanilla pudding 3 Tbsp Grated coconut
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31 May, 2011

Strawberry Blackberry Upside Down Cake

Strawberry Blackberry Upside Down Cake
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I always wanted to make an upside down cake. This is my first experience with such a variety and the little ones have approved this cake. So here I am, to share the recipe with you all..Try and Enjoy… Ingredients 8 tablespoons unsalted butter, room temperature 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup Blackberries chopped 1/2 cup
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30 March, 2011

Brownies

Brownies
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Brownies are definitely America’s favorite bar cookie (square). Brownies are so named because of their dark brown color, not because they contain chocolate. In fact, the first brownie recipes didn’t even contain chocolate.In Fannie Farmer’s ‘Boston Cooking School Cook Book’ the Brownie recipe calls for butter, sugar, Porto Rico molasses, an egg, flour, and pecan
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19 February, 2011

Cookie ‘O’

Cookie ‘O’
Comments : 1 Posted in : Baker's corner, Biscuits/Cookies/Crackers on by : superchef
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Why the name cookie ‘O’? O for oatmeal.Oats contain more soluble fibre than any other grain, resulting in slower digestion and an extended sensation of fullness.One type of soluble fibre, beta-glucans, has proven to help lower cholesterol.I always wanted to make some cookies using oatmeal and now for real I have them for my son
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