|Indian Microwave Cookery|
|by Michael Pandya|
Michael Pandya offers a unique approach to Indian cooking, with 150 tasty, time-saving recipes for the microwave.
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Spray the lollipop mold (or marble ... in decorative colored or clear plastic. Tie with a bow of raffia or thin ribbon. Attach a handwritten gift label.
In a large ... pour mixture into lollipop/candy molds or ... shredded almonds or other nuts, candied cherries, raisins, peppermint candy or candied citron.
Lightly butter baking ... 12 inches. Arrange lollipop sticks on baking ... press into lollipops. Cool lollipops thoroughly before removing from baking sheet.
Lightly butter baking sheet. Arrange lollipop sticks on baking ... mixture while still hot. Cool lollipops thoroughly before removing from baking sheet.
Butter baking sheet. ... while hot; press on candy decorations. To decorate, when cool, brush underside of decorations with syrup and press onto lollipops.
Butter wax paper. Put lollipop sticks on wax ... 1 drop food coloring and 1/2 teaspoon flavoring. Drop mixture by tablespoon over end of lollipop sticks.
In heavy quart ... candy thermometer. Arrange lollipop sticks on lightly ... of each stick. Cool lollipops thoroughly before removing from baking sheet.
Lightly butter baking ... 12 inches. Arrange lollipop sticks on baking ... degrees on candy thermometer. Stir in food color. Spoon over sticks and let cool.
Freeze roll of ... oven and place lollipop sticks into bottom ... 3 to 5 minutes). When cookies are cooled, wrap lollipop in sacks and tie with ribbons.
Cook sugar, syrup ... into stainless steel lollipop molds. Lollipop molds ... lightly greased marble slab. It will cool faster if you use a marble slab.
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