simple but nice puddings with slightly under ripe Kiwi Fruit



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Phil

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What sort of simple but nice puddings can you make with slightly under ripe Kiwi Fruit. Please no
recipes with a zillion ingredients. Sort of " kiwi froot, yoghurt an lemon jooc to blender whizz
whizz................puddins ready dear <G>. I normally eat the buggers like a boiled egg but these
are a bit under ripe so no can do, or break spoon <G> Any ideas ?

Phil of Whittlesey Peterborough England
 
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Dr B J

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[email protected] (Phil) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> What sort of simple but nice puddings can you make with slightly under ripe Kiwi Fruit. Please no
> recipes with a zillion ingredients. Sort of " kiwi froot, yoghurt an lemon jooc to blender whizz
> whizz................puddins ready dear <G>. I normally eat the buggers like a boiled egg but
> these are a bit under ripe so no can do, or break spoon <G> Any ideas ?
>
> Phil of Whittlesey Peterborough England

Peel them, slice them, sprinkel them with plenty of Cointreau or Triple Sec, let stand for an houre
or more serve with wipped cream, sprinkel with roasted nuts or greated dark chocolate if liked -
simple enough? enjoy
 
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Tim Challenger

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On 10 Feb 2004 15:07:34 -0800, Phil wrote:

> What sort of simple but nice puddings can you make with slightly under ripe Kiwi Fruit. Please no
> recipes with a zillion ingredients. Sort of " kiwi froot, yoghurt an lemon jooc to blender whizz
> whizz................puddins ready dear <G>. I normally eat the buggers like a boiled egg but
> these are a bit under ripe so no can do, or break spoon <G> Any ideas ?
>
> Phil of Whittlesey Peterborough England

Kiwi fool? Like gosseberry/apple/whatever fool.... try here,
http://www.joyofbaking.com/EnglishFruitFool.html It's not quite what I call a fruit fool, bu ***'s
probably more like you want.

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Tim.

If the human brain were simple enough that we could understand it, we would be so simple that
we couldn't.
 
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Miche

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In article <[email protected]>,
[email protected] (Phil) wrote:

> What sort of simple but nice puddings can you make with slightly under ripe Kiwi Fruit. Please no
> recipes with a zillion ingredients. Sort of " kiwi froot, yoghurt an lemon jooc to blender whizz
> whizz................puddins ready dear <G>. I normally eat the buggers like a boiled egg but
> these are a bit under ripe so no can do, or break spoon <G> Any ideas ?

Leave them for a few days.

Miche

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