List of recipes using "Dry fruits": 9 recipes

[Chocolate cereal bars]
Chocolate cereal bars
These have a chocolate sweetcrust pastry base, topped with dried fruit, toasted nuts and seeds, bound with a brown-sugar and butter mixture, then gently baked. Once the flapjack-like cake has cooled, it can be cut into bars.
3,187 1 hour 18 min.
[Chocolate mendiants]
Chocolate mendiants
Mendiants are made with a thin layer of chocolate, stuck with toasted nuts, dried and candied fruit.
741 1 hour 2 min.
[Chocolate thins with toasted nuts]
Chocolate thins with toasted nuts
A very thin disc of chocolate, topped with toasted nuts and candied grapefruit peel.
83,2874/5 for 19 ratings 2 hours 22 min.
[Frozen Nougat]
Frozen Nougat
Impress your guests with this delightful dessert, a smooth mixture of meringue and dried fruit, which can easily be prepared several days beforehand.
82,2484.5/5 for 2 ratings 1 hour 28 min.
[Granola]
Granola
Granola is a tasty, crunchy cereal mix with nuts and seeds. Often thought of as an American version of muesli, it is bound with a little maple syrup and toasted in the oven. This is simple to prepare and goes well with lots of other things (dairy, fresh or stewed fruit, etc.) for a delicious...
1,396 1 hour 5 min.
[Moist cereal bars]
Moist cereal bars
Whether bars or rounds, this recipe produces delicous small cereal cakes.
134,3754.9/5 for 20 ratings 1 hour 5 min.
[Rice pudding with fruit and nuts]
Rice pudding with fruit and nuts
This is cooked like a normal rice pudding, but with fruit and nuts added halfway through: toasted almonds and pistachios, sautéed diced apple and strips of dried apricot. These added flavours and textures make an already creamy rice pudding even more delicious.
5,0064.5/5 for 15 ratings 1 hour 5 min.
[Benoîton]
Benoîton
This curious name (explained below) applies to a small bread fingers made with a blend of wheat and rye flour, enriched with raisins and almonds.
4,288 4 hours 32 min.
[How to peel pistachios]
How to peel pistachios
If you buy pistachios shelled but still in their skins (cheaper than ready peeled), you shouldn't use them like this. They need to be "skinned", removing the skin which is pretty unpleasant to eat. Here's a fairly easy way to do it.
1,8543/5 for 2 ratings 28 min.

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