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Banana DessertBrush peeled bananas with lemon juice and sprinkle with brown sugar and nutmeg; dot with butter and bake in a moderate oven about 20 minutes. Serve with whipped cream or dessert topping for an end-of-the-meal sweet.
Author: NEWSPAPER, Appleton Post Crescent 12-24-1961
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Khubuz Araby (Arabic Bread), Arabian
Mix all ingredients together, adding water until dough is soft, but not too sticky. Cover well and put in warm place. Let rise 1 to 2 hours. When ready to begin, heat oven to 475-500°. Cut dough into medium-sized balls. Keep covered. When this is finished, the first balls have risen enough. Flour a board and get a rolling pin.
Press the ball of dough and roll out a little less than ¼ inch thick. Loaf will be round and flat. Put loaf on a flat cookie sheet or some equivalent. Bake less than 5 minutes. Loaf will be separated in the center, filled with air and will look blown up. Quickly place under flame to brown (½ minute). Remove loaf and place on towel covered rack or on top of stove and let cool. Repeat until the loaves are done.
Contributed by Mrs. Selwa Said, 1950
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