|Complete Book of Carribean Cooking|
|by Elisabeth Ortiz|
"Mrs. Ortiz can always be trusted to treat her subjects accurately because she has lived and cooked in the countries she writes about.
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Mix confectioners' sugar ... melted chocolate and vanilla. Add dry ... thoroughly mixed. shape into rolls or bite size ... in waxed paper and twist ends.
Melt chocolate and ... corn syrup and vanilla; blend until ... sugar and graham cracker crumbs; blend well (mixture will be very stiff). Stir in pecans.
Mix together well, kneading. Roll into logs and cut into pieces. (Try using your bread mixer for this recipe.)
Boil together until spins a thread, then add: Stir until mixture thickens. Pour into buttered 9x9 inch pan. Cool. Cut into squares.
In glass bowl, ... in syrup and vanilla. Microwave at ... tablespoon-sized balls, then roll into strips. Cut like tootsie rolls. Wrap individual ... Store covered in refrigerator.
Combine cocoa, dry ... butter, syrup, and vanilla. Combine dry ... The mixture becomes very thick. Roll into tootsie roll shapes and wrap in waxed paper.
In a large ... butter, syrup and vanilla. Mix and ... knead until pliable. Roll up in a piece of wax paper and twist each end. Keep cool in refrigerator.
Mix together chocolate, ... add powdered milk, vanilla and 2 cups ... sugar. Shape, cut and roll in waxed paper. Great for cookouts or carry-in dinners.
Mix together and knead until smooth. Roll into 3/4 inch roll (pencil shape). Cut in pieces and wrap to look like tootsie roll candy.
Melt butter and chocolate being careful not to burn. Add remaining ingredients. Cool and roll; cut and wrap.
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