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Mandarin Cake
« on: February 20, 2016, 12:34:22 AM »
Mandarin Cake

Ingredients

one 6-ounce can of orange juice
1 package gelatin
1/2 cup sugar

2 tablespoons flour

2 egg yolks

pinch salt

1 cup milk

2 egg whites, stiffly beaten

1 loaf angel food cake

1/4 pint whipping cream

one 11-ounce can mandarin orange sections
Directions
 
Thaw orange juice concentrate. Sprinkle gelatin on top and set aside. Combine sugar and flour. Mix thoroughly and set aside. Beat egg yolks until thick with pinch of salt and set aside. Heat milk to scalding in double boiler. Pour a small amount of milk into flour mixture, stirring vigorously. Return to double boiler. Cook 2 to 3 minutes stirring constantly. Pour some of this hot mixture into eggs, stirring constantly. Return to double boiler. Cook till thickened and mixture coats spoon. Combine with gelatin and orange juice while hot. Stir until gelatin dissolves. Cool.Beat egg whites and add to mixture. Slightly oil large loaf pan. Break up angel food cake in small pieces and add to custard. Place in pan and let refrigerate for several hours or overnight. Unmold and ice with whipped cream that has been chilled and sweetened to taste. Garnish with mandarin oranges and replace in refrigerator.
 
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Re: Mandarin Cake
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2016, 06:07:04 AM »
 It's an interesting combination (I mean the mandarin or orange + cake). I'd like to try it, if I see something like this around, but cooking at home cakes is a taboo. ;D /I'm on a permanent diet, cakeless diet. :)/... The last time I ate something similar was a piece of tiramisu (more about this Italian dessert: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiramisu) and it was 5-6 years ago. ;D
 
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Re: Mandarin Cake
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2016, 07:12:01 AM »
I have what seems to be an endless source of recipes. Not really endless but I've saved them for years. I've somewhere around 50 or 60 gigs worth that I can pull off the spare drives. While I am sure there are some that came from the internet sites that's not where I get them from. I've swapped collections with folks, copied down recipes from newspaper sites, etc for ages it seems.

Much of what I have I am sure won't suit you (we all have our likes and dislikes) but then again there will be that from time to time you like. Can't say I have an endless supply of salads but they will show up from time to time.
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Re: Mandarin Cake
« Reply #3 on: February 20, 2016, 07:20:51 AM »
Right, right, mojo. We all have our likes and dislikes. Feel free to post all kind of recipes you want here. I don't cook very often, but I love to read about food and cooking. I read about frog recipes. No way to cook it and no way to eat frogs. But to read and know why not.
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Re: Mandarin Cake
« Reply #4 on: February 20, 2016, 07:31:44 AM »
 
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I read about frog recipes.

Actually growing up, my father was a big outdoorsman hunter. Many is the night I've been out frog hunting in the night. Don't do that now but as a kid. Like everything else they say, "tastes like chicken".
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Re: Mandarin Cake
« Reply #5 on: February 20, 2016, 11:51:06 PM »
 I ate boiled frog meat once, because that time a close Chinese friend cooked at his small home and invited me and an ex-girlfriend. That dish didn't impress me much. I think it tasted more like fish than like chicken, but maybe it depends of the cooking way and of the individual taste as well.
 Later on, I learned from the news, that some people got warms in the brain, when they eat cooked snakes and the snakes got the worms from frogs. I don't know which is that disease, but it's similar to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Echinococcosis. And then I decided not to risk anymore with frog dishes.
 Other 'exotic' dishes I tried are:

- camel meat (when I was in Libya)
- horse meat (when I was in Bulgaria)
- donkey meat, snake meat and turtle meat (in China).
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