|A Gift of Japanese Cooking|
|by Mifune Tsuji|
Exotic-sounding recipes are presented with easy-to-follow instructions, using readily available ingredients.
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Spray a cookie ... sheets. Remove stems from apples. Insert a ... 310°F on a candy thermometer or until ... careful when handling hot sugar - it will burn!
Wash and stick apples. Boil rest of ingredients to hard crack stage, 300-310 degrees on candy thermometer. Quickly dip and place on wax paper.
In 2 quart ... cold water. Remove from heat. Dunk apples in candy mixture. Let excess ... smoothly. Cool on a lightly greased baking sheet. Makes 8 candy apples.
Mix pineapple and whipped topping. Fold in the apples, candy and peanuts. Chill covered until serving time.
Insert a wooden ... without stirring, until candy thermometer reads 290 ... minutes. Remove saucepan from heat. Tip saucepan, ... Yield: 8 candy apples.
Wash and dry ... not brittle. Remove from heat. Stir in ... cool place. If candy mixture cools too ... dipping the apples, it may be reheated over low heat.
1. Wash and ... until sugar and candy are dissolved. 4. ... Immediately remove syrup from heat and dip ... hour before serving. 8. Yield: 8 candy apples.
Place first 3 ... Bake 30 minutes at 400 degrees. Remove from oven, add rest of syrup and bake 20 minutes longer. Serve with ice cream or whipped cream.
Cut apples in ... Heat on stove: candy, sugar, cinnamon, ... stick. Boil 10 minutes. Pour over apples in a casserole dish and bake 45 minutes at 325 degrees.
Mix all ingredients ... high heat with candy thermometer positioned in ... greased cookie sheet. Each batch candies approximately 1 dozen medium apples.
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