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Gather the fruit using tong and gloves. Put fruit in sink with water. Using tongs, swish in water to remove stickers. Cut fruit in half. Place in ...

Peel skin off of prickly pears and the banana ... thin add more banana. If too thick add a dash of apple juice. Strain through a fine sieve before serving.

Cut needles off prickly pear, slice and ... and screw band firmly. Process in boiling water bath 10 minutes. Tastes best if let cure for at least 6 months.

Let butter soften slightly in a mixing bowl or food processor. Peel and puree the cactus fruit; strain the juice through a fine strainer. Add: the ...

Pick fruit in Fall when red and purple in color. Use metal tongs. Pour into sink of water. Rinse. Pick up with tongs. Cut fruit in half on cutting ...

1. Wash nopalitos, watch for small thorns, use potato peeler to smooth over and remove sprouting thorns. Cut nopalitos into small cubes, wash again, ...

Marinate shrimp overnight in the chili garlic paste, cilantro, lime juice, peanut oil, salt and black pepper. Grill shrimp until cooked all of the ...

Pick cactus fruit when fully ripe, I use bacon tongs for this. Burn off the spines over a flame. I use tongs for this too. Cut fruits in half, put in ...

Pick prickly pears with leather gloves ... juice and 3 1/2 cups sugar. Stir often and boil hard for 5 minutes. Pour in jelly glass and seal with paraffin.

Use a large kettle or steamer. Bring to a boil and let sit for 30 minutes over medium heat. A pinkish-green froth will form around the sides and this ...

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