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No one knows Mexican food--or Mexico--like Josefina Howard. Her Rosa Mexicano is not only rated by Zagat's as the top Mexican restaurant in New Yo...
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Drain juice from ... thick. Pour over Rosa Marina. Cover let stand ... Next morning add pineapple, oranges and Cool Whip. For a smaller dish use 1/2 recipe.
Boil Rosa Marina according to package ... put in casserole. Bake for 1 hour at 325 degrees. Can also be placed in microwave after mixing, instead of oven.
Cook Rosa Marina as directed. Drain ... refrigerate overnight. Fold in large carton of Cool Whip. Add fruit carefully. Serve plain or on lettuce for salad.
Cook rosa marina until firm. Drain ... and noodles together. Add fruit. Set overnight in refrigerator. Add cherries and Cool Whip. Mix well. Serves 10-15.
Combine sugar, salt, ... Cook and rinse rosa marina according to directions ... cherries to rosa marina. Add Cool Whip to mixture. Mix thoroughly. Serve.
Make sauce: 3/4 ... sauce. Cook pasta (Rosa Marina) and mix ... fruit the next day. (I've also used Acini de Pepe-34 when I could not find Rosa Marina.)
Strain fruit and mix with Rosa Marina; put in ... minutes until a little thick. Put in refrigerator overnight. Next day mix together with 1 large Cool Whip.
Drain pineapple and oranges and reserve juices. Cook pasta according to directions. Cook mixture of sugar, flour, beaten eggs and juices until thick. ...
Save 2 cups fruit juices and add 3/4 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons flour, and 2 beaten eggs. Cook until thickened and add macaroni. Let set overnight. ...
Drain fruit, combine juice with sugar, salt, eggs and flour. Cook until thick, cool. Cook and cool noodles. Mix together noodles, fruit and pudding ...
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