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Cathy
Thursday, September 6, 2007, 10:10pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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let us have that recipe! lol


The one for fried sweet potatoes and apple or the one for sweet potato/apple dumpling?
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The one for fried sweet potatoes and apple or the one for sweet potato/apple dumpling?


How about both?  


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Cathy
Thursday, September 6, 2007, 10:28pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Here is the one for fried sweet potato and apple.  Actually, I improvised the recipe from one I found in my cookbook.

2 cups of sweet potato chunks
  (about 2 medium potatoes)
1 cups of tart apples (peeled if
   you prefer)
4 tablespoons of ghee


 Melt the ghee in a large skillet and add the sweet potatoes.  Fry them them until potatoes get a nice carmel look to them.  Add the tart apple and cook until apples are softened,  stirring frequently.  Serve hot.

 I sprinkled cinnamon on the fried sweets and apples and it gave a really nice taste to it.  Reminded me a lot of a holiday dessert.

 So, my hubby wants this made into a dumpling.  When I make my first batch I will then share my dumplings with you all.  

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Are those *raw* sweet potatoes?  And the frying actually gets them cooked sufficiently?  About how long does that take?


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Cathy thanks!
hope those dumplings are a success!


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Thank you sharing the potato and apple recipe with us, Cathy.  

For those that can not have sweet potatoes; pumkin, taro, and/or other hearty winter squashes could be substituted.

Alia


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Quoted from Carol_the_Dabbler

Are those *raw* sweet potatoes?  And the frying actually gets them cooked sufficiently?  About how long does that take?


Yes, I use raw sweet potatoes.  I cover the skillet for the sweets to cook quicker.  It takes about 20 minutes on med/low flame to have the perfect sweet, candy taste.
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Thank you sharing the potato and apple recipe with us, Cathy.  

For those that can not have sweet potatoes; pumkin, taro, and/or other hearty winter squashes could be substituted.

Alia


That pumpkin substitute sounds like a winner!!  Good choice!!
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Thanks for the sweet potato clarification, Cathy.  I'll have to give that cooking method a try -- sounds yummy!

To the list of substitutes, I would also add parsnips (just don't tell Laura! ).



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Thanks for the sweet potato clarification, Cathy.  I'll have to give that cooking method a try -- sounds yummy!

To the list of substitutes, I would also add parsnips (just don't tell Laura! ).


 You're welcome!    That sounds like a winner to.  Speaking of parsnips I made old fashioned fish chowder the other day and I used a large parsnip in substitute for the white potatoes the recipe called for.  Parsnips are a great substitute for lots of things.
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Please let us know if you try the recipe using the substitution with pumpkin, Cathy---and how it turned out.

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I'll have to do that...cooler temps are here, great for anything pumpkin!!  

Today I made myself a cup of pumpkin spice coffee; here is what I did:

1/4 cup of canned pumpkin
1 teaspoon honey
Dash of cinnamon
Dash of ginger
1/4 cup of unsweetened soy milk
1/2 cup of freshly perked coffee

 Put the pumpkin, honey, cinnamon, and ginger in a one cup measuring cup,  Stir until well blended.  Pour the freshly perked coffee into the measuring cup up to the one cup measuring line.  Stir.  Pour into favorite coffee cup and enjoy!  Yum!
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sounds like a winner!!!
enjoy!


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fine smoothy for B's (+ nonnies)

400ml of whole milk, add a very ripe banana, & a big ripe peach, add some dried ginger,cardamom and
coriandre, mix all together and yuk is the fortifiant for those B's ...have had always grande success with this, also in case of sickness or instead of a real meal
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Hey!  What happened to the recipes I posted?  Kamut flour bread, meringue, and 7 minute doudle boiler frosting?  I thought I posted them here, but maby I posted them somewhere else.  I wanted to print them out and put them on the recipe sight.   If anyone knows where they are please let me know.   Cynthia
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''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Thanx Lola.  I found them.
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if you see anything wrong with the editing, let me know!


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You mean you put them on the recipe sight for me? I need a picture of a smiley face rolling on the floor laughing right now.  I posted the kamut flour bread recipe and the meringue recipe on the recipe sight last night, so is the 7 minute double-boiler frosting recipe on there too, cause I was just getting ready to put that one on there. lol, lol, lol.
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no, I mean I edited those recipes for you.......
scroll all the way to the bottom of each recipe, and you ll see my name.....
so please do add your frosting as well, I ll edit it later, no worries.


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Boy do I feel like an idiot.  But thank you Lola, I appreciate it.  I did add the frosting recipe.  The other recipes looked fine.
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no worries!
I believe Rodney already took care of the editing....


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7 minute doudle boiler frosting

found nothing under that 'doudle' name!!!
did find it after the tiny tweak, though!
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?794



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Please may I share my recipe for an immune-boosting soup that I just made for my hubbie who's fighting off a flu bug? He was all aching and miserable, and half an hour after eating this he was bouncing around again.

I was reading Mike Staffieri's superb blog 03/27/2004: "Who needs chicken soup....redux!" only the other day, and this recipe is inspired by his grandmother's chicken-less soup.

It was so yummy that I had to share this with you: Pumpkin, Parsnip and Parsley immune-booster soup


Note to self: I am me, and also an O-nonnie - I'm allowed not to fit the mould.
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Lola,  I'm glad you found it.
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