|What Else Can I Do With My Microwave|
|by Ruth Spear|
Presents 150 clever new tips and cooking shortcuts, from extending the shelf life of milk to preparing an instant barbecue, along with some of the...
1 - 10 of 138 for using canned apricots
Dissolve gelatin in ... if desired. Use apricots with apricot juice, ... with plums; when using apricots, use an orange gelatine flavor. Makes 10 servings.
Puree apricots in a blender. ... mixture until stiff, then remove from freezer and process to a puree. Return to tray and freeze again until ready to serve.
Wake up with ... with a nutrient-rich apricot-blueberry topping, made with canned fruit from your ... Apricot-Blueberry Topping: Drain apricots and blueberries, reserving ... Iron 15%DV *Daily Value e
Puree enough apricots in an electric ... if desired, decorate with chopped pistachios or whipped cream and glazed apricot pieces. Makes 1 generous quart.
Cook preserves, port ... to directions on can. During the ... of cooking, place apricots on ham (secure with toothpicks) and pour remainder of sauce on ham.
Combine crumbs and ... cold milk. Drain apricots, reserve syrup. ... cornstarch briefly to make a glaze. Spoon over cheesecake and chill at least 3 hours.
Beat together the ... mixture and stir. Add dates, walnuts and apricots. Bake 1 hour in a greased loaf pan at 350 degrees. Cool 15 minutes before removing.
Puree apricots in food processor ... half for garnish.) Using electric mixer, beat ... very thin slices and fanning the slices on the souffle. Servings: 10.
If using fresh cranberries, cook ... package directions. Arrange apricots in a 13 ... until serving time. May also be prepared in individual dessert bowls.
Mix crust ingredients ... before filling. Drain apricots, saving syrup. ... cake with remaining apricot halves and the Apricot Glaze. Makes 10-12 servings.
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