Quick fruit leathers
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Quick fruit leathers
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:19:32 AM. Recipe ID 50925. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Quick fruit leathers
 Categories: Snacks
      Yield: 6 Servings
 
      3    Fresh peaches, nectarines,
           -pears
           OR
      6    Plums
  4 1/2 ts Sugar
           Plastic wrap for microwave
 
  Servings: 6 or 7 fruit leathers
  
  QUAN    MEAS    ING **
  
  *DIRECTIONS* In blender or food processor, blend fruit and sugar until
  smooth.  Pour fruit puree' into micorwave-safe bowl and cook on high
  8 - 10 minutes, or until puree' is reduced by about half. Lay a piece
  of microwave safe plastic wrap on a 10 inch microwave safe plate.
  Evenly spread 1/4 c. fruit mixture to a 6 1/2" diameter circle. Make
  sure edges are not too thin or they will scorch. Elevate plate on to
  of inverted (upside down) microwave safe saucer. Microwave at medium
  (50 %) power about 5 minutes or until leather is no longer sticky in
  center. If more cooking time is needed, cook at medium in 25 second
  increments, watching closely so that leather does not burn.
  
  Carefully place plastic wrap with fruit leather on wire rack to cool.
  Let stand at room temperature overnight to dry. Repeat with remaining
  fruit puree'. Roll up leathers in plastic wrap. Store at room temp up
  to a week.
  
  SUNSHINE METHOD:
  
  Follow directions above through cooking fruit puree' in microwave. Let
  cool. On plastic wrapped trays or cookie sheets, spread fruit into 6
  1/2" circle or rectangle 1/4" thick. Cover Pans with cheesecloth.
  Place pans in direct sunlight for 12 - 24 hours until dry. Fruit
  leather is done when edges pull back from plastic and center is no
  longer sticky.
  
  Courtesy Of: Joann Pierce
 




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Recipe ID 50925 (Apr 03, 2005)

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