Just to clarify, it is only NO-oven or also No-stove? Some submitted recipes include stove cooking, which it makes sense since you bake in the oven, not the stove.
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Hi YGF, someone asked that same question a few days ago, Here is the response:
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We're looking for desserts you can make without the oven—and, if necessary, only little stovetop heat! (Lots of granitas, for example, call for a simple syrup to be made. That's great by us—but something that requires lots of simmering on the stove, wouldn't be a good fit for this contest.) Thank you for checking! Looking forward to seeing your entries.
Thank you Phil, must have been the day I was flying.
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Glad you posted this because I had to remove part of my entry, didn't see the previous question and Carolines answer. Whew...
It's no-oven, not no-stove.
At least two-thirds (maybe closer to three-quarters) of the submissions are sorbets, ice creams, or something with chocolate, meaning people are turning on the stove to make simple syrup, make a custard, or melt chocolate.
Perfect thanks, I entered my Ile Flottant ! :-)
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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