I have a question about the recipe "Dirt Candy" from amanda. This seens like it would also be great as a garnish on something. Any ideas?
I've tried baking cupcakes with slivered candied winter melon squash (a traditional sweet called Petha, from Agra, India), works very well!
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Mine kept for 2 weeks (stored in the syrup).
Sorry answered the wrong questions! Yes -- could be a garnish for panna cotta, a cake (as panfusine suggests), and ice cream.
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