|by Dr. Oetker|
Presents baking recipes for choco-orange cupcakes, marzipan lucky charms, and other sweet treats.
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Combine cheeses, chutney ... and raisins. Fill papayas with mixture. Drizzle ... sprinkle over papayas. Bake at 450 degrees ... with chutney. Serve hot.
Increase the amount of the above ingredients if papayas are extra large. ... and melted butter. Bake approximately 15 minutes in 450 degree oven. Serve hot.
Combine honey, lime ... Dice 3/4 of papaya and slice remaining ... baking dish and bake at 350 degrees ... papaya and raspberries (and parsley). Serves 6.
Peel and remove seeds of papaya. Boil papaya ... banana leaves and bake in the umu ... Boil the cream until it bubbles up. Pour over the cubes and serve.
Puree one papaya half in blender ... Pour into crust. Bake in 375 degree ... melted jelly to glaze. Garnish with Kiwi slices and mint. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
1/2 pound dried fruits from bulk fruit section: Makes enough for one office party or 6 months personal munching.
Preparation: Step 1: ... Step 2: Arrange papaya slices in overlapping ... small dollop in center of pie and serve extra whipped cream, to be added if wanted.
Cream butter and ... Stir in the papaya and 1/2 cup ... inch loaf pan. Bake at 350 for ... with bananas, papaya is the most commonly eaten fruit on Java.
Cook the pie filling as directed. Use 1/4 to cover bottom of pie shell. Alternate fruit and filling, ending with pie filling. Refrigerate until firm. ...
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