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ChocClare wrote: »
Thanks for this. I think I got it to the sticky stage in the oven, but then it just seemed to... not do anything else . Maybe the fact that it's a fan oven - or maybe that it's just !!!! electric.
I'd dry them out in the conservatory, but we seem to have the entire fly population of Britain in our house at the moment. The fly swatter I bought in France 3 years ago has never worked so hard *shudders*. They should still dry with a bit of clingfilm on though, I would have thought?Hippeechiq fruit leathers are a scrummy snack! You can buy fruit winders, which are nice but very expensive. Basically, as wssla00 states, you mix fruit puree and sugar/honey/syrup, spread out very thin (about 1/8-1/4 inch) on a tray and allow to dry out. Then you cut them into strips and roll up. They are about the consistency of wine gums when you're done, but obviously rather healthier...
wssla00 wrote: »
The only thing about cling film I would have thought would be if it gets warm condensation would start forming, keeping it wet. So long as you make air holes it shouldn't be a problem
I have a fan assisted and I decided today to start them off in there so they will only take overnight to dry (I'm too impatient!) they seem to be going ok at the moment!
sofababe wrote: »
My first grocery spend in 10 days:T
£10.24 at Mr A on milk, pizzas, dessert, oil for my OCM and margaritas:o:D:p
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