|I Can Be a Chef (I Can Be Books)|
|by Ann Tomchek|
Explores the world of those who cook for a living, examining where they work and what they do in preparing meals for others.
1 - 10 of 2,710 for canned fruit
Place a can of fruit into the freezer ... Carbohydrate 21g; Fiber 0g; Protein 1g; Vitamin A 10%DV; Vitamin C 90%DV; Calcium 2%DV; Iron 2%DV *Daily Value e
Open and drain all fruits well, dice, and mix. Add mayonnaise, mix lightly. Seal in air tight container. Refrigerate. Keeps 6 weeks.
Heat oven to 425 degrees (hot). Mix ingredients in oblong baking dish (10 x 6 x 1 1/2 inch). Top with Short Pie Dough. Add 3 tablespoons boiling ...
Mix 1/2 cup ... 2 1/2 cups fruit and juice. Bring ... milk. Drop by spoonfuls onto hot fruit mixture. Bake at 400 degrees until golden brown (25-30 minutes).
Combine 3/4 cup ... and 1/2 cup fruit juice. Cook over ... butter and top crust. Bake at 400 degrees until crust is browned, approximately 35 to 40 minutes.
Drain pineapple and mix all ingredients together. Salad can be frozen and eaten like ice cream.
Mix together. Melt butter in pan, pour butter into pan. Pour fruit on top and spread a little. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes.
Peel tomatoes, pears, peaches. Cut up tomatoes, pears, peaches, onions and peppers. Tie spices in cheese cloth bag. Cook tomatoes for 1 hour. Add ...
Dice pears, peaches, and pineapple. Add other ingredients. Mix and let stand for 20 minutes. Pack into pint jars and boil for 25 minutes. Makes 10 to ...
Into a large ... kinds of chopped fruit, peaches, pears, ... 7 quarts. You can put in whatever ... the lids and covers. Put in hot water bath for 1 hour.
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