Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Recipes Sent To Me In Response To My Baseball Writing

From Rob McMillin: Baden's Margarita Jell-O.

From Bob Polk:
Here's a delicious Colombian dessert recipe for you:
Platanos con bocadillo y queso
You need:
2 plantains
1 bocadillo (jellied guava candy available in stores that sell south american foods)
2 slices white cheese (mozzarella works great but even Kraft white cheese slices will work)
Allow plantains to ripen until they are black. Seriously, black enough that if they were regular bananas you'd be throwing them out. Peel them and split them down the middle but try not to disconnect the halves. This might be easier if you first cut the plantain in half to shorten the length but that's up to you. Slice the bocadillo and place the slices in the middle of the plantains. Place the plantains on a buttered pan. I use a square pyrex pan. The stuffed plantains should look more like tacos than sub sandwiches. Tear the slices of cheese in half and cover the bocadillo from one side of the plantain to the other. When the cheese melts it should hold the whole thing together. Bake in the oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until the melted cheese starts to get a litte brown. Remove from the oven. IMPORTANT: Allow to cool for at least 5-10 minutes before you eat. The bocadillo will be hot enough to burn your mouth before then. Serves 2.
If you can't find bocadillos for this recipe, guava jelly should work. Enjoy!

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