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Topic: OT Pineapple Macadamia upsidedown Coconut Rum cake recipe >was Re: +keeping up traditions (2 msgs / 123 lines)
1) From: Mike McGinness
From: "floyd burton" 
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Your torte sounds devilishly delish too. Trade!
The recipe isn't online as far as I know. I made it up! Based on one that
came with my oil filled electric skillet. (the type you see at Fairs by
Westbend etc... also needed for the recipe)
Ingredients:
1/2cup butter
1/2cup dark brown sugar
1 package yellow cake mix (no pudding added type, I use Duncan Hines)
1 20oz can pineapple rings (or chunks)
1cup coarse chopped raw macadamia nuts
maraschino cherries
1cup shredded sweetened coconut
2eggs
1 shot (50ml) Myers Dark Rum
2tablespoons water
Pre-heat heavy oil filled stainless steel electric skillet to 325f
While skillet heating:
In a bowl combine cake mix thoroughly eggs, all the pineapple juice drained
from can, and rum (omit water if not adding coconut). After mixed, fold in
coconut. Set aside. (will be thick)
When skillet to 325f, melt butter, occasionally stirring with wooden spoon.
As soon as butter melted quickly stir in brown sugar. Next quickly place all
pineapple rings evenly spaced in butter brown sugar mixture (or chunks if
easy cutting is more important to you than looks:-), next cherry in center
of each ring, then mac nuts all around pineapple where ever they'll fit.
Pour/scoup in batter and smooth relatively level.
Cover and cook at 325f for 6min 15sec.  Keep covered, turn off heat and
continue cooking for 6min 15sec more.
Immediately turn out on round platter/plate etc... Let it sit for a while if
you can before cutting and serving topped with whipped cream and a Kona
Cafe' Crema or Americano!
Just recalling and typing the recipe has me drooling to make another one!
MM;-) aka Kona Krazy miKe mcKoffee
Variable Variac Rockin' Rosto Roasting
Miss Silvia brewin'
with a pizza on the Traeger 'bout ready to come off!
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2) From: floyd burton
You will get the torte recipe when I find it either in one of my 400 boxes
or in a recipe book somewhere. Thanks for the recipe-let you know how it
turns out.


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