|Everyone Can Cook Seafood|
|by Eric Akis|
A lively and user-friendly guide. Seafood is a healthy and popular choice, but many home cooks are intimidated by it.
Tip: Try cranberry dessert for more results.
Results 1 - 10 of 10 for canned cranberry dessert
Drain fruit, save ... Cut in 1 inch slices. Serve on lettuce, garnish with cherries. For dessert, top with whipped cream. Each quart makes 6 to 8 servings.
(If you use ... aside. Dissolve gelatin dessert in water; cool ... thicken. Add to cranberry mixture. Add oranges, ... crisp greens. Yield: 16 servings.
Grind cranberries in ... aside. Dissolve gelatin dessert in water; cool ... thicken. Add to cranberry mixture; add oranges ... crisp greens. 16 servings.
In electric mixer ... blended. Stir in cranberry sauce, drained pineapple ... itself. Invert on platter and serve. Walnuts can be used instead of pecans.
Mix sugar with cranberry sauce in a ... flared) and pass, allowing guests to serve themselves. It is an old Swedish recipe originally made with Lingonberries.
Mix all ingredients together. Can bake in muffin ... 9x9 inch square pan. Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. Serve warm with sauce. Heat just to boiling.
Drain pineapple, reserving ... drained pineapple and cranberry sauce; fold into ... until firm. Prepare dessert topping according to ... chill. Makes 9 servings.
Combine wafers and ... freeze. Cut 1 can cranberry sauce into 1/4 ... on top of dessert as shown; pipe ... into wedges with table knife. Serves 10 to 12.
Combine wafers and ... freeze. Cut one can cranberry sauce into 1/4 ... Place on top of dessert. Cut dessert into wedges with table knife. Serves 10-12.
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