Dracula's Dream Dessert for Halloween
This is a fun dessert recipe for all children to make at Halloween, not only easy, but very tasty and a must have food at your Halloween Party
Have you ever wondered what the perfect recipe would be to have for your children's Halloween party and where you could find it? Well, this recipe is a great one for children to make, fast, easy and very tasty. I first read this recipe back in 1981 in the 'Misty Annual', and was intrigued by how it would turn out if I actually made it. I did try it once, and from what I remember it was a great hit with everyone at our party, not just for the look of the dish, but for the taste. I am as certain as I can be (without knowing him personally) that Dracula would just love this one on his Halloween party menu, and in his honour I decided to share with all you wannabe ghouls and ghosts out there. You can always be more creative with this recipe by using your imagination as to what other ingredients might make the finished dessert look even more vampirish. I hope you have as much fun as I did making it, and please remember, whatever you do, don't turn the lights out or look behind you under any circumstances!
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2 large eggs
2 tsp cold water
1 tablespoon Castor sugar
A half ounce of butter or margarine.
3 tablespoons raspberry puree
Jam or tinned pie filling.
Half a banana
A little icing sugar.
1) Carefully separate the egg-yolks from the whites.
2) Whisk the whites until they are so stiff that you can turn the bowl upside down without them falling out.
3) Whisk the yolks, sugar and water in another bowl until pale and creamy. Then gently fold in the stiff egg whites with a metal spoon.
4) Melt the butter in a clean omelette-pan or frying pan over a LOW heat. Pour in the omelette mixture.
5) Let it cook, without moving it, until the bottom is set and pale golden brown. (Just lift one edge with a palette knife to check.)
6) Slide the omelette on to a warm plate, spread the raspberry puree on half of it, split the half banana lengthways into two "fangs" and arrange them as shown in the picture.
7) Fold over the other half of the omelette and dust the top with the icing sugar.
Now, be brave it's time to get your fangs in and show your family and friends how fearless you really are!
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