|Coconut Cuisine: Featuring Stevia|
|by Jan London|
Coconut Cuisine provides practical advice on how to use two of nature's prize foods, the noble coconut and the remarkable sweetener stevia.
Tip: Try candy karo syrup for more results.
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Mix all spices. ... 30 minutes. Boil together until it forms soft ball. Pour over 1 beaten egg white and beat until cool. Sprinkle with coconut and nuts.
Line 8 x ... in candied fruit, coconut, nuts and ... stir together corn syrup, brandy and ... Cut into thin slices with sharp knife. Makes 1 (3 lb.) loaf.
Mix Karo syrup, orange juice ... candied cherry. Roll ball in candy sprinkles, coconut or powdered sugar. Store tightly covered. Makes approximately 48 balls.
Mix first 4 ... minutes); remove from heat; stir in nuts and crumbs; cool slightly. Shape into balls using round teaspoonfuls for each; roll in coconut.
Stir coconut, sugar and milk to blend well; add syrup. Over very ... used, soak 1/4 cup coconut in warm milk for 1 hour, then strain, to get coconut milk.)
Heat Karo syrup but DO NOT BOIL. Pour over coconut. Mix thoroughly ... boiler. Dip each candy ball in chocolate ... onto wax paper. Yields about 50 pieces.
Combine sugar and syrup in saucepan; bring ... well. Drop by spoonfuls onto a greased cookie sheet or pour into a greased square dish and cut when cooled.
Cook till soft ball stage. Mix well and drop by spoonfuls on greased waxed paper. (Real good.)
Combine well in ... Krispies, peanuts and coconut. Cook Karo syrup, sugar, milk, ... over it. Spoon into cupcake papers, and cool. Serve in cupcake papers.
Heat Karo until very hot. Mix well with coconut. Let stand ... balls to let harden up some. Then coat with melted chocolate. Kids love to help make these!
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