|by Jane Pettigrew|
In her delightful baok, Jane Pettigrew presents an array of tempting tea-time recipes from Britain's National Trust properties, such as Plum Loaf,...
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Pineapple or apples ... 20 pieces of fruit. Sift flour, ... drip off. Drop fruit into heated oil. Fry a few at a time until golden, drain. Serve at once.
Sift flour, measure, ... sweetness of the fruit. Add 1 cup well drained corn to fritter batter. Mix thoroughly. ... brown. Drain on crumpled absorbent paper.
Tear bread into bite-size pieces and mix with other ingredients. Cook in pan that has been sprayed with low-fat spray, Pam, etc. Cook until brown on ...
Mix and sift ... rind and milk. Beat, cut and fold in the beaten whites of eggs and use for any kind of fruits: apples, bananas, peaches, oranges, etc.
Sift the flour ... golden brown, evenly all around. Arrange on plates with passion fruit sauce and dust with confectioners' sugar and garnish with fresh mint.
Sift together flour, ... mixed. Add prepared fruit. Beat egg ... degrees. Carefully add fritter batter by tablespoonfuls, ... Makes about 24 fritters. NOTE: Use ... as blueberries or blackberries.
Combine salt and ... thoroughly. Fold in fruit - fresh apple ... size). Drop fruit fritters into 1/2 inch ... syrup or powdered sugar. Yields 12-15 fritters.
Tear bread into bite-sized pieces and mix with other ingredients. Pour into a Pam-sprayed skillet and cook until brown on both sides. Yield: 1 ...
In a medium ... mix lightly. Add fruit. Drop by ... or sprinkle with confectioners sugar. (May substitute other fruits like bananas, pears, peaches, etc.)
1. Sift dry ... lumps. 3. Prepare fruit. Cut apples ... When bubbly, drop fritters into skillet. Turn ... paper towels. 8. Sprinkle with powdered sugar.
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