Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Turnover recipe

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It has been bought to my attention that people have been re posting this recipe without my permission


I will post the turnover recipe there at there between July 26th- August 5th 2009 in my new blog.
Sorry for the inconvenience

8 comments:

Bajangyal said...

just finished making these and am quite pleased :) my partner says they aren't sweet enough but stil scoffed off two in less than 5 minutes..lol

Taymer said...

I am surprised your partner did not find them sweet enough strange. What type of sugar did you use in your dough brown sugar. Maybe I made mine with the brown sugar mixed with Splenda. When you do them again make the sugar 2 oz.For me what makes it sweet is the topping with brown sugar that I brush on top and the sweet coconut filling. Your dough should be mildly sweet. I have to check back my cookbook again that I had this written down in to see if I made an error with the sugar.

Bajangyal said...

they were just fine and he ate them greedily plus I dont like to use too much sugar as my son is sure to want to try them...oh I used regular brown suagr like what we produce back in Bim

Anonymous said...

Hi from another bajan blogger. Nice site and thanks for the turnover recipe. I have a nice dough recipe but wasn't sure how to prepare the coconut inside.

Looking forward to some nice turnovers this evening!

Anonymous said...

Do you have a recipe for leg pipes?

Anonymous said...

I can't find the turnover recipe anywhere and I looked all over the new site. Someone please help! Preferably with an exact direct link to that recipe. Thanks!

Taymer said...

I have not gotten a chance to post the recipe again because of second and third testing. If you cannot wait any longer go on the new site and leave a comment there so that I can send you this recipe to your email. If you do not want the vegan version the vegetarian version is on TASTE LIKE HOME .ORG WEBSITE. Please give me some time to repost the recipe on the new site.

Anonymous said...

Taymer: Please send turnover recipe to my e-mail address - bajanprincess@yahoo.com ... I have tried numerous times to find the turnover recipe with the link(s) you have provided but have had no success in getting it.

Thank you,
Natalie