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Lisa from Northridge rated and reviewed the recipe Triple-Fudge Cake
Triple-Fudge Cake
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"This was good, but the original Triple Fudge Cake was better. Originally, you just prepared a 4-serving size cook & serve pudding in a 3-qt pot on the stove. While still hot, stir choc. cake mix into prepared pudding. Pour into greased 13X9 pan and sprinkle with nuts and chocolate chips. Bake at 350 for about 30 min. Yum! I won an award - Tastiest Cake - with that recipe."
Posted on 2/9/2008
Lisa from Northridge rated and reviewed the recipe Baklava Bars
Baklava Bars
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"In my culture (I am Armenian), we, too, make a Paklava (that's how we pronounce it) dessert, but with a sugar syrup instead of the honey syrup. When I made this, I combined 1 cup of sugar with 3/4 cup of water in a small saucepan, along with a few drops of lemon juice (keeps it from crystalizing). Brought it to a boil then reduced heat and simmered for 5-10 minutes until thickened. I added the remaining glaze ingredients (skipping the honey), then poured the warm glaze over the cooled cookies (this encourages the glaze to soak into the layers) and boy-oh-boy, was it a hit!! Tasted just like our Paklava!! I would recommend this recipe to anyone! Traditionally, the dessert is cut into very small diamonds rather than squares, so I cut mine in the traditional shape and they were just lovely on the serving tray."
Posted on 1/9/2008
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Posted 2/9/2008 1:34:54 AM REPORT ABUSE
Triple-Fudge Cake
Triple-Fudge Cake
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This was good, but the original Triple Fudge Cake was better. Originally, you just prepared a 4-serving size cook & serve pudding in a 3-qt pot on the stove. While still hot, stir choc. cake mix into prepared pudding. Pour into greased 13X9 pan and sprinkle with nuts and chocolate chips. Bake at 350 for about 30 min. Yum! I won an award - Tastiest Cake - with that recipe.
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Posted 1/9/2008 2:06:38 AM REPORT ABUSE
Baklava Bars
Baklava Bars
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In my culture (I am Armenian), we, too, make a Paklava (that's how we pronounce it) dessert, but with a sugar syrup instead of the honey syrup. When I made this, I combined 1 cup of sugar with 3/4 cup of water in a small saucepan, along with a few drops of lemon juice (keeps it from crystalizing). Brought it to a boil then reduced heat and simmered for 5-10 minutes until thickened. I added the remaining glaze ingredients (skipping the honey), then poured the warm glaze over the cooled cookies (this encourages the glaze to soak into the layers) and boy-oh-boy, was it a hit!! Tasted just like our Paklava!! I would recommend this recipe to anyone! Traditionally, the dessert is cut into very small diamonds rather than squares, so I cut mine in the traditional shape and they were just lovely on the serving tray.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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