|Zagat 2008 London Restaurants Leather|
|by Zagat Survey|
For almost thirty years, ZAGAT has reported on the shared experiences of diners. Here are the results of the 2008 LONDON RESTAURANT SURVEY, coveri...
Results 1 - 10 of 25 for fruit leather
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Puree any ripe fruit, skin and ... plastic wrap and leather to cool and ... Try coconut, pineapple, etc. Also can add seasonings - cinnamon, lemon, etc.
In a blender, puree fruit which has been ... is dried to leather consistency, roll up ... (I make a thick applesauce before pouring it on cookie sheet.)
1. Puree fruit (raw, cooked, bruised, ... it feels like leather, peel the ... plastic and place in paper bags to store on shelf or in jars. Can be frozen, too.
Puree banana and strawberries. Spread out on plastic wrap lined tray (9 x 13 inch). Make edges thicker than middle. Microwave 5 minutes on medium let ...
To prepare the leather, wash fruit well and pit. ... can soften it by placing a piece of apple in the jar for 2 or 3 days. This will give it some moisture.
Peel and core ... is about right. Leather is usually ready ... fit strips of leather. Work one sheet at a time. Cut with knife, roll in paper and store.
Place all ingredients in blender; blend to puree. Line 2 or 3 cookie sheets with plastic wrap or spray with non-stick vegetable spray. Spread puree ...
Place plastic mesh ... very firm fresh fruit, such as ... combination desired. Place mesh on rack in lower position and dehydrate approximately 4 hours.
Put fruit in double boiler ... cheesecloth and place in the sun for 2 days. Take in at night. When dried cut into strips and wrap individually in plastic wrap.
Wash, core, peel, pit and slice the fruit. Puree the ... to make the leather more pliable when ... point in a saucepan before drying. Dry as for fruit rolls.
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