|by Vicki Conran|
In a world where cooking has become increasingly complex it is perhaps an opportune time to demonstrate that simply prepared and cooked food is as...
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Tapioca can be served ... Cool 20 minutes. Pudding thickens as it ... occasionally until mixture comes to a full rolling boil. Makes six servings (1/2 cup each).
Soak pearl tapioca in water overnight. ... Pour into a pudding dish. Beat the ... coconut. Bake in a 400°F oven until top is brown (about 10-15 minutes).
Soak 1 cup old-fashioned pearl tapioca overnight in 1 ... dish; surround with pudding and top with sweetened whipped cream. Makes 5 servings, 1 apple each.
Heat together the milk, vanilla, quick-cooking tapioca, 1 cup ... the beaten egg whites into the tapioca mixture and stir gently for 90 seconds. Serve.
Mix pudding and tapioca powder together. Add ... together and refrigerate. Add banana slices (coated in orange juice) and maraschino cherry slices on top.
In Pyrex square ... In pan add tapioca to pint of ... thicken some. Add vanilla. Then add to solid Jello. Crumble cookies over puddings. Serve when cool.
Combine Jello, tapioca, and pudding in saucepan with ... Refrigerate. Note: May also use other combinations, such as strawberries and strawberry Jello; cherry, etc.
Add pudding and 1 1/2 ... prepared the night before. (If you cannot buy orange or lemon tapioca pudding, use vanilla pudding and flavor with orange or lemon.)
Drain juice from ... 3 cups. Add tapioca pudding and Tang. Bring ... thoroughly cooled, add fruit and Cool Whip. Stir well; set in refrigerator. Ready to serve.
Drain fruits and reserve juices. Combine pudding with 2 cups ... fold into cooled pudding. Blend in fruit. Pour into large bowl or mold and chill to set.
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