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Kreması için tencereye 3 su bardağı sütü alın.Üzerine un,yumurta sarısı,toz şekeri ilave edinp kremayı pişirin.
   
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Kreması için tencereye 3 su bardağı sütü alın.Üzerine un,yumurta sarısı,toz şekeri ilave edinp kremayı pişirin. Krema soğuduktan sonra 1 paket labne peynirini ilave edip karıştırın.

  
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1 kakaolu pandispanya
3 su b. süt
3 çorba k. un
1 yumurta sarısı
1 su b. tozşeker
1 p. labne peyniri

Ara Katlar İçin;
1 Ananas

Üzeri İçin;
1 poşet krem şanti
1 çay b. süt

Kenarları İçin;
File badem

Süslemek İçin;
Mango
Kiraz
Papatya

 
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Kreması için tencereye 3 su bardağı sütü alın.Üzerine un,yumurta sarısı,toz şekeri ilave edinp kremayı pişirin. Krema soğuduktan sonra 1 paket labne peynirini ilave edip karıştırın.1 adet ananasıın yarısını parçalayıcıdan geçirip püre haline getirin.

1 adet kakaolu pandispanyayı yuvarlak bir çembere alın.Zemindeki pandispanyanın üzerine ananas püresinin yarısını sürün.Üzerine kremanın tamamını ilave edip yayın.Pandipanmyanın üst kapağını kapatın.Ananas püresini sürün.

Üzeri için bir kapta şanti ile sütü çırpın.Pastanın tamamını şanti ile kaplayın.Pastanın üzerine küp kesilmiş ananas,mango ve kiraz ile süsleyin.Pastanın kenarlarına file badem serpin.Buzdolanında bekletip soğuk olarak servis edin.

 
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Ananas (Ananas comosus), ananasgiller (Bromeliaceae) familyasından sıcak ülkelerde yetişen bitki ve onun meyvesi. Anayurdu Güney Amerika'dır. Devamını Okumak İçin Tıklayınız
         

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ÇOK GÜZEL TARİFLERİ VAR BENİM ANNEM BUNLARIN HEPSİNİ YAPAR
onur anadç|12 Haziran 2008 Perşembe Saat : 16:09
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ananaslı pastaya bayıldım, ellerinize sağlık denenecekler listeme ekliyorum. http://mutfaktelasi.blogspot.com/
ayşe adlım|07 Eylül 2008 Pazar Saat : 13:39
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oktay usta seni her gün izliyoruz TEBRİKLER
mustafacan sevgi|19 Kasım 2008 Çarşamba Saat : 18:27
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pastalarınız güzel..............
sanane|28 Aralık 2008 Pazar Saat : 20:02
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Thanks. I do what I can. I have very little room, and would love to add so much more buacese there are so many out there, but unfortunately, I don't have the space or money to go hog wild on it right now, especially since buying tropical seeds on the internet is really hit or miss in terms of is this going to germinate', and I've had a heck of a lot more misses than hits. The Uganda Powder Flask is a cool one, it's the one I most want to try. It probably won't be that great, but it sounds so neat. I hope it makes it to maturity; it's a real slow grower and it has always been pretty weak. New growth has a tendency to die fairly often, but it is slowly getting larger.My lychees are too young to flower. They are just seed grown ones that I started for the heck of it since I had the seeds, they're not like a grafted Brewster or anything (alas), and while they're sturdy at the bottom, they haven't grown much for a while. A while back my cat made a salad out of them too; that didn't help any. I don't think they (or anything else probably) will come to flower without a nice warm greenhouse, which I don't have right now, but I figure since the best time to plant a tree was ten years ago and the second best time is now, with any luck I'll have some mature specimens by the time I can finally provide the right environmental factors to get fruit.Lychees are a great fruit, of the few less common ones I'm managed to find they're my favorite. I'd love to, someday, study the hardiness of plants and develop a lychee that can be more widely grown in the US. Heh, I'd like to do it with genetic engineering (which is probably about the only it can be done, at least without a million years of evolution or an X-Men level mutation) and see how that fits into the whole GMOs are all about monoculture and reducing diversity' argument. I'd be curious to see what effect the gene from the infamous flounder-tomato' would have if inserted into other plants. Musa basjoo, I think there were some on the local Penn State branch campus in the summer, but I don't know if they're replanted every year of if they actually survive. I wonder if that species could yield any insights to maybe developing hardy strains of fruiting bananas (or ensetes). I like hardy plants too, and ones that seem tropical like that are particularly neat. Poncirus trifoliata, Opuntia humifusa, and Passiflora incarnata are three other seemingly out of place hardy plants that come to mind, and in the case of the former I think it would be interesting to do molecular breeding work to develop a citrange hybrid worth eating. Maypop, that'd be another great crossbreeding project I think. I bought a really small one once, but never came back up in the spring, I'll have to try again with a bigger one sometime. I'm giving Opuntia humifusa a shot here in central Pa, since my big indoor one probably won't flower for me I'm hoping to have some of the tiny prickly pears next year. When the snow briefly melted here a week ago they hadn't turned to mush, so that's a good sign. Lots of cool and kinda out there stuff I'd like to see in the pomological world I guess I like a lot of diversity in my produce.
HHUfACjUAVafXnFH|30 Mayıs 2012 Çarşamba Saat : 05:07
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ainmuiZVYVqbcRWlIZu|23 Eylül 2012 Pazar Saat : 08:14
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