The recipe Ambrosia
Ambrosia recipe is a Dessert meal that takes several minutes to make. If you enjoy for Dessert, you will like Ambrosia!
- What Course Is Ambrosia?
- How Long Does Ambrosia Recipe Take To Prepare?
- How Long Does Ambrosia Recipe Take To Cook?
- How Many Servings Does Ambrosia Recipe Make?
- What Are The Ingredients For Ambrosia Recipe?
- How Do I Make Ambrosia?
- What's The Nutritional Info For Ambrosia?
- What Type Of Cuisine Is Ambrosia?
- What Dietary Needs Does Ambrosia Meet?
A wonderfully sweet, low sodium, low cal dessert that is loaded with potassium-rich goodness! Vegan, lactose-free, good for breakfast, a lunch side-dish, or a dessert, it's wonderful all seasons, but esp good for spring and summer and great for your pick-a-nick basket!
What Course Is Ambrosia?
Ambrosia is for Dessert.
How Long Does Ambrosia Recipe Take To Prepare?
Ambrosia takes 25 minutes to prepare.
How Long Does Ambrosia Recipe Take To Cook?
Ambrosia takes several minutes to cook.
How Many Servings Does Ambrosia Recipe Make?
Ambrosia makes 8 servings.
What Are The Ingredients For Ambrosia Recipe?
The ingredients for Ambrosia are:-1 Pineapple
-1/2 a cantaloupe
-1 Navel Orange
-4 tbsp Sweetened Shredded Coconut
-1 tbsp Powdered Sugar
Kitchen items you will need:
-good sharp kitchen knife
-Cutting board, preferably one with a "moat" in it to catch all the juices that will be flowing from your mutilated fruit. :)
-large container of some sort.
How Do I Make Ambrosia?
Here is how you make Ambrosia:Chop off stem and leaves of Pineapple in one deadly blow! Then, cut in half lengthwise, and then cut each half in half. Cut out the core by cutting off the top 1/2 inch corner of the pineapple flesh on each quarter. Then proceed to make a grid pattern (in whatever size cubes you want your pineapple chunks to be) with your knife in the remaining flesh of the pineapple, remembering to cut deeply, but not through the rind. Using your knife, carefully cut the flesh off the rind, leaving yourself with a cubed Pineapple! I wont go into the same detail with the melon, because most people know how to deal with a melon. So cube the melon, and cut the strawberries into slices. With the orange I like to peel it (of course), then segment it, then slice each segment into four triangles. That's the fresh fruit dealt with! Then add your 4 tbsp of shredded coconut, and 1 tbsp of powdered sugar, and you are done! Ta-da! Ambrosia!Number of Servings: 8Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user ASHESANNE.
What's The Nutritional Info For Ambrosia?
The nutritional information for Ambrosia is:
What Dietary Needs Does Ambrosia Meet?
The dietary needs meet for Ambrosia is Vegan
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