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Prune, is a type of plum of Asian origin. Prunes are mostly dark brown-colored, oval, sweet and sticky plums with a shriveled and chewy skin. This dried fruit, known as alu Bukhara( also spelt as aloo Bukhara) in ... More »
Prune Icebox Cookies
Try out these Prune Icebox Cookies. A good choice to satisfy those midday sweet carvings. Served as a snack, these cookies combine the flavors of vanilla and prunes. Best enjoyed with a hot cup of tea por coffee, these are a must-try! - 50.2707
Prune Drops ae a great option for a midday snack. Filled with the goodness of prunes, the vanilla and cinnamon combine with them in a delicious flavor. I like to store these as a healthy option to satisfy any midday sweet cravings too! - 48.0777
Prune Chewies are a great way for afternoon munching or to couple with a hot sip of tea or coffee. Quick to make, follow this recipe for and brighten up your evenings. - 47.4209
1) In a bowl, pour in boiling water to soak pitted prunes.
2) Cover the bowl with a lid and let it sit for 2 hours to soften the prunes.
3) Reserve the liquid to remove prunes.
4) Add cornstarch and sugar in the reserved liquid to combine... - 47.0488
1. Pre heat an oven at 200 C (400 F).
2. Grease medium sized muffin cups/ muffin pan with butter and keep aside.
3. In a small bowl, brown sugar, cinnamon, prunes and raisins. Mix well and keep aside.
4. In a medium sized bowl, combine... - 46.736
Prune Icebox Cookies
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
2. Blend shortening and sugar together until light and creamy.
3. Add eggs, vinegar and vanilla and beat well.
4. Put eggs, vinegar and vanilla in the mixture and stir well.
5. Put prunes in the... - 46.0625
1) Pre-heat the oven by setting the temperature to 400Â°F (200Â°C).
2) Take a bowl, mix the sugar, and butter creaming them until fluffy and light.
3) Add the eggs one by one, beating thoroughly after you add each.
4) Add the... - 45.7123
Rabbit With Prunes
1) Peel and slice onion.
2) Combine sliced onion with crushed peppercorn, bay leaves, and rabbit.
3) Blend wine vinegar with water and pour over the rabbit so that the meat is covered well.
4) Allow the meat to marinate for one hour, turning... - 45.1358
1) In a bowl, soak the gelatin in cold water to soften.
2) In a large saucepan, pour the prune juice and heat.
3) Stir in the gelatin mixture until dissolved, then turn off the heat.
4) Place in the refrigerator until the mixture is partially set.
5)... - 44.9734
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
2. Blend shortening and sugar until light and creamy.
3. Put vanilla and egg in the mixture and stir well.
4. Sieve flour, baking powder, salt and cinnamon.
5. Once done transfer to creamed mixture... - 44.837
Rabbit And Prune Casserole
1) Preheat the oven to 325F.
2) Clean the rabbit. Slice them neatly into pieces discarding small the bones.
3) Transfer the rabbit into a shallow dish. Add in a sliced shallot along with a bay leaf. Add in the wine. Mix and cover the dish. Let... - 44.7027
Sweet And Sour Rabbit With Prunes
1) In a large bowl, place the rabbit pieces and onion, pour in the wine and allow to marinate overnight.
2) Preheat the oven to 180°C/350°F or Gas Mark 4.
3) In a flameproof casserole dish, transfer the rabbit and wine; discard the... - 44.1234
To prepare the yeast, sprinkle dry yeast or crumble cake into water. Use very warm water (105°F.to 115° F.) for dry yeast; use lukewarm (80°F.to 90 °F.) for compressed.
Let stand for a few minutes; then stir until dissolved.
Sift flour with sugar and... - 44.0359
Rabbit With Prunes
Remove the pits (stones) from the prunes with a small pointed knife.
Break the cinnamon stick in half and put in a bowl with the prunes.
Pour over the red wine and cook, uncovered, on HIGH for 8 minutes.
Put the carrots, shallots and bacon in a large... - 43.7003
Prunes In Claret
1) In a bowl mix claret and water. Soak prunes overnight in it.
2) In a saucepan add the prunes and the liquid.
3) Add pared lemon rind and cinnamon.
4) Boil the mixture and simmer for 10-20 minutes.
5) Strain the prunes and spread them to let cool for... - 43.5797
1. Preheat oven to 350°F before baking.
2. Mix ½ cup of brown sugar, flour and butter to a creamy, crumbly mixture.
3. Take a 9" x 9" x 2” greased pan and pat the mixture into it at 1 inch high.
4. Bake for 20 minutes.
5. Mix rest... - 43.385
Easy Prune Whip
Heat 1/2 cup prune juice combined with the sugar.
Soften gelatin in 1/4 cup cold prune juice.
Let stand for 5 minutes.
Add hot prune juice mixture and stir until gelatin is dissolved.
Add prune pulp, lemon juice to taste, and salt.
Let cool over ice water or... - 43.152
Stuffed Spiced Prunes
These stuffed spiced prunes are a delightful cooked preparation of prunes that can be served as dessert. Prepared in a mix of syrup with spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, the spiced prunes are filled with chopped nutmeats and rolled in sugar. - 42.6707
Pumpkin And Prune Damper
1.Place both self-raising flours, mixed spice and bran in a bowl.
Combine oil, egg, pumpkin, orange rind, prunes, orange juice and milk.
Make a well in the centre of the dry ingredients and pour in pumpkin mixture.
Mix lightly with a knife until all... - 41.0461
Veal Birds With Prunes
Remove bone from steak, trim off skin and fat, reserving trimmings, and wipe meat with damp cloth.
Pound meat with mallet until very thin (or have butcher do it at time of purchase).
Cut meat into 12 individual serving pieces.
Prepare stuffing by putting... - 40.9227
Mix biscuit mix, brown sugar, and cinnamon in a bowl.
Cut in butter with a pastry blender or two knives until particles are the size of rice kernels.
Mix in prunes and cheese.
Pour in the cream; stir with a fork until dough follows fork.
Gently form dough... - 40.7748
Pot Roast With Prunes
Rub the beef with the salt and pepper.
Heat the oil in a Dutch oven and brown the beef on all sides.
Add the garlic, lemon rind, port and stock.
Cover the Dutch oven tightly and cook over very low heat or in a 300°F (150°C) oven for 2 hours.
Soak the prunes... - 40.1624
Place half of the toasted bread cubes in a well-greased 1 1/2 qt. (1 1/2 L) casserole.
Spread the prunes in a layer over the bread cubes.
Arrange the apples in a layer over the prunes, then layer the remaining bread cubes.
Combine prune juice, water, salt,... - 39.2553
Prune Crystal Balls
1) In a saucepan, add in 1 1/2 cup sugar, water and lemon slices.
2) Place the pan over medium flame. Let the mixture come to boil.
3) Add in the prunes, and boil the mixture uncovered slowly for 45 minutes. Let the mixture cool down. Drain well.
4)... - 38.3038
Toasty Prune Betty
Place half of toasted bread cubes in buttered casserole or pan (about 1 1/2 quart size), add prunes in a layer, apples, thenremaining bread cubes.
Combine liquids, sugar, salt, cinnamon and butter and boil for 2 to 3 minutes.
Pour over bread cubes.
Bake... - 38.2339
1) Cover prunes with brown vinegar, cloves and ginger and leave aside for a whole night.
2) On the following day, collect the drained liquor in a bowl.
3) Take a pan and cover and cook the prunes in it until soft.
4) Allow 1/2 pint... - 38.0523
Delve into this Prune Beauty which is a sure hit for the rest of the season. Follow this extremely simple recipe for Prune Beauty and enjoy it with your loved ones! - 37.6672
Use very warm water (105Â°F.
to 115Â°F.) for dry yeast; use lukewarm (80Â°F.
to 90Â°F.) for compressed.
Sprinkle dry yeast or crumble cake into water.
Let stand for a few minutes; then stir until dissolved.
Sift flour with sugar and salt.
Add grated... - 37.3895
Cook prunes in 2 cups water until tender; drain.
Re- move pits; cut prunes into small pieces.
Combine prunes, cinnamon, sugar and 1 1/2 cups boiling water in saucepan; simmer for 10 minutes.
Blend cornstarch with small amount of cold water; stir into prune... - 37.1579
Sweet Pickled Prunes
1. In a large mixing bowl or basin, combine the prunes with sugar, vinegar, water and cinnamon.
2. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and leave to marinate overnight.
3. Sterilize 2 preserve jars with tight fitting lids, by heating in the oven or... - 36.9456
In a small saucepan combine the water and snipped prunes; bring to a boil.
Cover and simmer 3 minutes.
Drain, reserving 1/3 cup liquid.
Cream together the sugar and shortening till light and fluffy; beat in egg.
Combine the buttermilk and the... - 36.9087
Let It Four Prunes
1. In a small mixing bowl, put together all ingredients except prunes; mix well.
2. Press at the center of the prune and make an indent.
3. Fill the indents with equal quantities of cheese mixture.
4. Serve immediately. - 36.6197
Hare With Prunes
Melt the butter and saute the hare legs over moderately high heat until nicely browned.
Remove from the pan, add onion and saute in the same butter until tender.
Sprinkle on the flour and cook, stirring, for 1 minute.
Add the red wine gradually, stirring to... - 36.523
Poppy Prune Hamantaschen
1. In a food processor, pulse flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, butter, and lemon zest until mixture resembles coarse commeal.
2. Add poppy seeds, eggs, and 1 tablespoon orange juice; process just until dough forms a ball around blades. If dough is too... - 36.3597
Marinated Prunes On Ice
Marinated Prunes On Ice is an amazingly easy to prepare dessert which cannot just escape your guest's attention in any party. Try this delicious Marinated Prunes On Ice; I am sure you will get a huge fan following for this! - 36.2883
Nutty Prune Squares
1. To make filling, cook prunes until soft in water in a covered saucepan. Cool prunes, remove and discard pits, cut into halves, and force through a food mill. Mix in lemon juice, peel, and jam.
2. To make dough, mix flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in... - 35.6857
1. In a small bowl, combine cottage cheese, walnuts and cinnamon
2. Beat well with a spoon until cheese is smooth.
3. Use a teaspoon to stuff prunes with this filling.
4. Arrange the stuffed prunes on a doily covered platter.
5. Garnish with... - 35.423
Place prunes in a saucepan with water.
Bring to a boil.
Reduce heat to low.
Simmer for 25 minutes or until prunes are soft.
Drain prunes and combine in saucepan with honey, apple juice or apple cider vinegar, lemon peel, cinnamon, and allspice.
Simmer over... - 34.3097
Put prunes in a bowl.
Pour boiling water over and let stand until cool.
Squeeze orange and save half of orange skin.
Strain the orange juice into the prunes, cover and let stand in refrigerator overnight.
Lay the half orange skin on the table and cut away the... - 34.1567
Place prunes in saucepan; cover with water; add vinegar and spices.
Bring to boiling; reduce heat; cover tightly and simmer till fruit is tender and plump, about 25 minutes.
Add sugar; simmer 5 to 10 minutes longer.
Cover and chill 1 or 2 days.
Some... - 33.854
Puffed Prune Whip
1. Place prunes, icing sugar, Cointreau or orange juice, and orange rind in a food processor or blender and process until smooth. Transfer to a bowl and stir in walnuts and cake crumbs.
2. Beat egg whites until soft peaks form, then gradually add sugar,... - 33.5548
Slit sides of prunes and carefully remove the pits.
Break walnut halves in half lengthwise.
Wrap equal amounts of creme center around each section of walnut.
Stuff a covered walnut into each prune cavity.
Place on waxed paper on a plate.
Allow to... - 33.1431
In small saucepan combine prunes, water, extract, and orange peel and bring to a boil.
Reduce heat and let simmer until mixture is a pasty consistency, about 5 minutes.
Combine granulated sugar and dissolved cornstarch; add to prune mixture and stir until... - 32.9522
Soften gelatin in cold water.
Heat prune juice and dissolve gelatin.
Cool until mixture begins to thicken.
Add prunes, walnuts, and lemon juice.
Pour into ring mold and chill until firm.
Unmold and fill center with cream cheese beaten with light cream to the... - 32.4857
1.Combine first 4 ingredients.
2.Add prune pulp, stirring constantly, cover and cook in double boiler 25 minutes or until thickened
3.Add lemon juice and pour into molds.
5.Serve with fruits or ice cream - 32.3212
Mix sugar, flour, and cornstarch in the top of a double boiler.
Add prune liquid gradually, stirring constantly.
Bring to boiling over direct heat and cook 3 minutes, stirring constantly.
Place over simmering water; cover and cook 12 minutes, stirring... - 32.2034
Jellied Prune Whip
Dissolve gelatin in boiling water.
Add cold water, salt, and orange rind.
Place bowl of gelatin in a larger bowl of ice and water.
Stir until slightly thickened; then whip until fluffy and thick.
Add sugar to prune pulp and fold into whipped gelatin.
Pile... - 32.1485
1) In a basin, place the prunes and cover them with tea. There is no requirements for a new pot. The pot containing the used leaves should simply be refilled with hot water. Allow to stand for some minutes and then strain over the prunes.
2)... - 32.0783
1. Remove the stones from prunes.
2. Add cleaned prunes to a bowl and cover it with rum and leave it overnight.
3. Drain the prunes and add little pate into each one of them.
4. Wrap the prune in a bacon piece and fasten it with a... - 31.6803
Creamy Prune Whip
Force prunes through a food mill or sieve into a bowl.
Stir in lemon juice.
Beat egg whites with salt until frothy.
Add sugar gradually, beating until stiff peaks are formed.
Turn beaten egg whites and whipped cream onto prune puree and gently fold together... - 31.5818
1. Combine butter or margarine, 1/2 cup of the flour, wheat germ and sugar in a imedium-size bowl; beat with a wooden spoon until well blended. Spread evenly over the bottom of a 9x9x2 inch baking pan.
2. Bake in moderate oven (350°) 20 minuses, or until... - 31.551
Pickled Dried Prunes
Partially cook prunes as directed on pack age; reserve juice.
Remove pits; insert a walnut half.
Press cut edges together.
Com bine vinegar, 1/3 cup prune juice and sugar.
Boil for 5 minutes.
Add cinnamon, cloves and prunes.
Simmer until prunes are... - 31.5208
Turkey Legs With Prunes
– Preheat oven to 350 °F (175 °C).
– Soak turkey legs in prune juice for 15 minutes,
– Drain and keep juice.
– In a skillet, heat oil, sear turkey legs, season with salt and pepper and cook in oven for 45 minutes.
– Meanwhile, in a... - 31.3399
1. Wash the prunes, cover with the water and let soak 4 or 5 hours. Use a large enamel or agate kettle for this. If prunes are presoaked, omit this step.
2. Do not drain; add the oranges, and the cloves and peppercorn tied in a bag. Simmer 1 hour. Remove the... - 31.2956
Frozen Prune Whip
Chill evaporated milk in refrigerator tray until nearly frozen.
Beat with rotary beater or electric mixer until stiff; add sugar and salt and continue beating until no grains of sugar remain.
Fold in juices and fruit.
Freeze. - 31.2843
1. In a small slow-cooker or crock pot, combine prunes, lemon slices and water.
2. Cover the pot tightly with its lid.
3. Cook the prunes on HIGH for about 1 1/2 hours or on LOW for almost 3 hours until the fruit is soft and mushy.
4. Serve... - 30.8293
Sweet Spiced Prunes
Place all the ingredients in a saucepan and simmer gently until the prunes are plump and the syrup is reduced until almost none remains. - 30.6695
Prunes In Armagnac
1) Take a small saucepan and add prunes, Armagnac and stock. Simmer over low heat and cook 20 minutes.
2)Turn off the heat. Season with salt and pepper and cover to keep warm.
3) Rreheat prunes before serving. - 30.2892
Combine strained prunes and lemon juice in a small bowl; stir to mix.
Beat the egg whites and salt to soft peaks.
Gradually add the sugar replacement; beat to stiff peaks.
Fold prune mixture into stiffly beaten egg whites.
Spoon into four sherbet or dessert... - 30.1872
1.Take a 1 quart saucepan, put prunes, water and vanilla in it.
2.Let the ingredients boil for 10-15 minutes so that prunes turn soft.
3.Once done, refrigerate.
4.Serve chilled. - 29.496
Stone the prunes, pare and core the apples, and put all through the chopper.
Boil all to jam consistency. - 29.3559
1. Wash and clean prunes.
2. Take a saucepan or casserole. Put in prunes and add water. Let the fruit soak in the water overnight.
3. Stew fruit very gently after adding brown sugar, until it is tender. You may stew on top of the stove in a saucepan... - 29.1482
1 Carefully remove the flesh from the stones of the prunes.
2 Finely chop them
3 In a bowl, combine ground almonds and flavouring.
4 Stir in sufficient cream to moisten to a spreading consistency.
5 Use as required. - 28.3319
Prunes is a delicious treat you'll love to gorge on. Prepare the prunes effortlessly in minutes and let us know your remarks after thorougly enjoying the recipe. - 28.3194
Wash prunes thoroughly.
Barely cover them with water and soak 1 to 3 hours; then simmer until tender in the same water.
Drain off and measure liquid; add lemon juice and enough water to make 2 cups.
Heat liquid to boiling, remove from heat, and stir in... - 28.2686
Crockery Stewed Prunes
In slow-cooking pot, combine prunes with water and lemon slices.
Cover and cook on low for 2 hours or until prunes are plump and tender.
Serve warm or cold.
Makes 6 to 8 servings - 27.864
1. Put prunes into a 1-quart jar; cover with boiling water.
2. Add remaining ingredients; cover.
3. Refrigerate 1 week.
4. Serve with cream, if desired. - 27.834
In a blender, puree the prunes with the juice they are packed in.
Add the softened gelatin and blend again.
Simmer the puree uncovered in a heavy skillet to reduce the mixture; cool slightly.
Add lemon juice and vanilla.
Gently fold the puree into the beaten... - 27.7435
1) In a slow cooker, put all the ingredients except for the vanilla.
2) Cover the cooker and cook on LOW for 10 to 12 hours, or even overnight if preferred.
3) Take the cover off and turn off the heat. Add the vanilla and stir.
4) Transfer the... - 27.6658
Croutes Aux Prunes
1. Take out the crusts from the bread and fry in the butter until golden brown.
2. In a saucepan let the plums heat gently.
3. On a plate arrange the bread, place the plums on each slice and top with whipped cream (mixed with whatever liqueur... - 27.6234
ln a medium-size saucepan, combine the prunes, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg.
Squeeze the juice from the lemon slice over the prunes, then add the lemon to the pan.
Add just enough waterto coverthe prunes.Bring to.a boil over moderate heat; then lower... - 27.3857
Stewed Kumquats And Prunes
Cover prunes with cold water and soak overnight.
Simmer in the same water until tender and plump.
Remove prunes from juice and pit.
In a saucepan, combine honey, 1/2 cup of the cooking juice from prunes, orange juice, and the kumquats.
Simmer about 5 minutes,... - 27.2643
Prunes, cream cheese and jalapeno pepper blend to flavor this Tres Sabores. Best served as an appetizer, Tres Sabores is pretty easy to prepare and donâ€™t require much preparation time. I love preparing this yummy Tres Sabores just for its luscious... - 26.8287
1) In a blender, on low speed blend together the molasses and prunes.
2) Once a smooth, consistency is reached, transfer to a bowl, cover and refrigerate.
3) Prune Butter can be served with bread or pancakes. - 26.3084
Stewed Dried Prunes
1. In a large 1 1/2 qt. glass dish tip in the prunes and water and set aside for 3-4 hours to soak in the water. Microwave on (high) for 5-6 minutes and let it rest covered till it comes to room temperature
2. Serve at room temperature - 26.1776
Heat prune juice (use liquid in which dried prunes were cooked) to boiling.
Add marshmallows and beat with rotary beater until they are melted and the mixture is smooth.
Beat in prune puree and lemon juice and turn into freezing tray of mechanical... - 25.4613
Simmer prunes in 1 c water for 30 min.
In the meantime combine remaining 1/2 c water, the vinegar, brown sugar, cinnamon, and cloves, and boil gently for 15 min.
Drain prunes and add them to the spiced liquid; then cook slowly until liquid is, reduced and... - 25.1346
Simmer prunes in hot water 30 minutes or till tender.
Add remaining ingredients and cook slowly 10 minutes more. - 24.7473
1 Halve the prunes and pit them.
2 In a bowl, combine dates, walnuts, and honey together.
3 Stuff the prunes with this mixture.
4 Serve immediately. - 24.6854
Beat egg whites until stiff peaks form.
Gradually add sugar, beating continuously, until mixture forms stiff, dry peaks.
Combine prunes and lemon juice, fold into egg whites and chill.
As this dessert does not "stand up" well, it should be used within 1/2... - 24.377
Pit and cut up the prunes.
Grate the rind of 1 orange, then combine with the prunes, pulp and juice of all the oranges.
Add 1 1/2 pounds sugar and mix, then let stand for 24 hours.
Cook until clear, then add remaining sugar and cook until thick.
Add the... - 24.1234
Golden Stuffed Prunes
Steam prunes; remove pits.
Combine coconut, pineapple and carrot with enough salad dressing to hold together.
Serve as a garnish. - 24.0152
Remove the pits from the cooked prunes and press the fruit through a food mill or a sieve—there should be about 1 1/2 c of pulp.
Add the lemon juice and cinnamon.
Beat the egg whites until quite stiff, then add the sugar gradually, while continuing to beat... - 23.7966
Oven Stewed Prunes
Place all ingredients in 2-cup ovenproof dish; cover.
Bake at 350ºF for 1 hour or until prunes are very tender.
Remove cinnamon stick.
Divide evenly. - 23.3476
Prune Frozen Dessert
Allow frozen dessert to thaw slightly.
Beat in prune puree.
Pack in a freezer container or bowl.
Cover and freeze until firm. - 22.9656
Prune Whip Dessert
Beat cream or evaporated milk until stiff; add salt, gradually beat in sugar until very stiff.
Fold in the chilled prune puree and grated rind carefully, leaving the mixture streaked.
Serve chilled, plain, or with cream or Soft Custard. - 22.7927
Pleasingly Plump Prunes
Pleasingly Plump Prunes - prunes is one of my favorites and in this recip the flavor of prunes is made richer with spices and lemon lime carbonated beverage. Check out this yummy Pleasingly Plump Prunes recipe. - 22.6878
Mix the cream cheese with the orange rind, salt and pepper.
Fill each prune with this mixture and top with a walnut half.
Serve with cocktails, cheese straws and stuffed olives. - 21.4864
Place prunes in 1/2 gallon jar; add water to cover one third of the prunes.
Cover entirely with fruit juice; let stand for 10 days in re frigerator.
When ready to serve, split prunes and remove seed.
Fill with cream cheese softened with a small amount of... - 21.0116
These are delicious with roast pork or turkey. Prick the skins of the prunes with a pin. Dissolve the sugar in the vinegar in a saucepan, and then add the flavoring ingredients. Add the prunes and boil gently for about 15 minutes.
Pack the prunes into hot... - 20.7123
Wash prunes and soak overnight in water.
Cook in the same water until prunes are semisoft but do not overcook.
Drain thoroughly over a bowl. (You can refrigerate and use this liquid to sweeten other dishes or chill and serve it as a beverage.) Remove stones... - 20.1748
Cook prunes in water until boiling; reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes.
Add sugar, vinegar, cloves, mustard seed and cinnamon; cook for 5 minutes or until prunes are tender. - 19.7608
In a 1 1/2-quart casserole, combine all ingredients; stir.
Cover and microwave 4 minutes.
Let stand 4 minutes, covered.
Remove spices and cool. - 19.5188
Prune Puree As Fat Replacement
Use a food processor to puree all the ingredients.
Store the mixture in the refrigerator.
Use it as a fat substitute in cooking. - 18.941
Easy Prune Butter
1. Place both ingredients in a food processor, and process at high speed until the mixture is a smooth paste. (Note that this mixture is too thick to be made in a blender.)
2. Use immediately, or place in an airtight container and store for up to 3 weeks in... - 18.8883
Plump the prunes by cooking for a little while (or soak them overnight) and then stone them and fill with any of the following: 6 oz.
cream cheese mixed with 2 oz.
Season well and dust with paprika or stuff with just a nut.
Or stuff with either... - 18.7405
1. Place all ingredients in a blender or food processor, and process at high speed until the mixture is smooth.
2. Use immediately, or place in an airtight container and store for up to 3 weeks in the refrigerator. - 18.3907
Combine prunes and water in container of food processor and pulse on and off until prunes are finely chopped. - 13.4353
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