At what time?


At what time?
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About the recipe "Little lime tarts" :

Little lime tarts


At what time will I finish if I start at:

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At what time will I finish if I start at:


If you start at 10:30, you will finish at 11:10:

10:30 11:10
30'10'
Total preparation/cooking time:40 min.

With, preparation: 40 min.

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