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Old 05-31-2006, 08:34 AM   #11
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Mulberry Fritters
Here is my recipe for Mulberry Fritters. I went out in the cool of the morning with sheets and Kool Ade containers to collect Mulberrys just to make some for breakfast.

4 Cups Mulberrys
1 Cup Flour
Dash Salt
2/3 Cup Milk or Vegamite Non Dairy Beverage.
2 Seperated Eggs
2 Tablespoon Sugar
2 Tablespoon Melted Margerine or Butter
2 Tablespoon Baking Powder

Sift 1 Cup flour if possible, and mix togther the flour, Dash of Salt and 2 Tablespoon Sugar. Mix in 2 Tablespoons Baking Powder stirring it together with a Dash of Salt.
Beat 2 Egg Yolks until light and creamy. Stir in Milk and Butter.
Sift dry ingedients in.
Beat Egg Whites until stiff (not dry)
Fold them into the Batter.
Add Mulberries a few at a time.
Drop the Fritter Batter into hot oil and fry until delicately brown.

NOTE ~
The Batter may be chilled in the refrigerator before use.
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Old 05-31-2006, 08:46 AM   #12
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Mulberry Fritters
Here is my recipe for Mulberry Fritters. I went out in the cool of the morning with sheets and Kool Ade containers to collect Mulberrys just to make some for breakfast.

4 Cups Mulberrys
1 Cup Flour
A Dash Salt
2/3 Cup Milk or Vitamite + Non Dairy Beverage.
2 Seperated Eggs
2 Tablespoon Sugar
2 Tablespoon Melted Margerine or Butter
2 Tablespoon Baking Powder

Sift 1 Cup flour if possible, and mix togther the flour, a Dash of Salt and 2 Tablespoon Sugar. Mix in 2 Tablespoons Baking Powder stirring it together with a Dash of Salt.
Beat 2 Egg Yolks until light and creamy. Stir in Milk and Butter.
Sift dry ingedients in.
Beat Egg Whites until stiff (not dry)
Fold them into the Batter.
Add Mulberries a few at a time.
Drop the Fritter Batter into hot oil and fry until delicately brown.

NOTE ~
The Batter may be chilled in the refrigerator before use.

+ Vitamite is a Lactose Free Non Dairy Beverage I like to cook with that looks like Milk.
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Old 11-17-2006, 06:47 AM   #13
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Mulberries

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Originally Posted by Constance
Round-up will take care of your Mulberry sprouts, Icy.

Mulberries are sweet, but very seedy, like wild blackberries. The birds get all ours, then "re-plant" them when they eliminate the waste.
Your Mulberries must be different to ours, we have mainly Black Mulberries here, I use to grow a tree, so did my parents, we were forever up the tree picking them,and getting basket loads of them, but I have NEVER heard of them as being SEEDY, our mulberries must have had the tiniest of seeds, cause I never even tasted the seeds, are your Mulberries different to ours, maybe. My mum use to make the best stewed mulberries and mulberry pie, all with hot custard or cold icecream, YUMMMM.
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This year we got mulberries! Last year, no berries because it was too dry.

So I harvested about 8 cups of my favorite berry in the whole world, so I could make a pie!

Then I decided to go with a cake of some sort, because I like cake.

This was my first attempt ever at something like this, and I was a bit nervous.
It is based loosely on a Betty Crocker "Berry Cake", but I added berries to each layer.

I baked a white cake in 2 9 inch pans, then cut each into 2 thinner rounds.

Mixed 2 canisters of Cream cheese flavor frosting with a tub of Cool Whip.
Took a cup and a half of berries and some sugar and made a thin syrup.
Bought a can of Ready Whip (wheeeee)

Made layers:
Cake
Frosting
Berries
Syrup
Ready Whip

Made 4 layers! This thing is HUGE!!!!!

And succulent. Another good word is Scrumptious. Or Decadent.
Off to get another sweet fix of mulberry cake!
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