Saturday, December 31, 2011

Frozen Fruitcake Salad - Welcome 2012!

Together with the rest of foodie world who are participating in this virtual party of welcoming 2012 with a bang, let's take a look at the recipes here at MTR which made it to my Top 10 for 2011.

I chose My Top 10 based on the following:
  • most number of comments,
  • most number of hits or
  • most memorable recipe (for me)
You ready? 

10.  Red Adobo









and the number one is.... (drum roll)


The simplest recipe made it to the top 1- it got the most number of hits and second to the most number of comments, plus I really had an amazing experience before and after making that recipe and post *wink*

And to welcome the new year, here is my share to the Welcome 2012 virtual party:

FROZEN FRUITCAKE SALAD
recipe inspired by Del Monte


Ingredients
1 can (826ml) fruit cocktail
250 mL all purpose cream
150 mL condense milk
90gms grated cheddar cheese
1 can cream style corn
store bought plain chiffon cake or sponge cake


Method:
In a large bowl, combine all ingredients except cake. 

Line container/s with slices of cake about 1/2 inch thick.

Pour fruit mixture until covered.  Gently press down using a spoon for cake to absorb liquid more. Be generous with the liquid, cake has to adsorb liquid mixture for best results.

Line again with cake slices then fruit mixture.

Cover container and freeze overnight.

Makes 3 small trays.



Blogger's note/s:
You may use any kind of container depending on your preference.  I have used 6.5"x2"x2" aluminum tray. Just make sure it has cover for easy storing.


To all the foodies who have inspired and influenced me for the past year, my deepest gratitude to all of you. I wish you and your family the best for 2012 and the years to come!
This toast is for all of you, cheers!  - - Tita Betty of Asian in America, Nelly of Cooking with Books, Ann of Anncoo Journal, Maiylah of Picture Clusters, Anuradha of Baker Street, Tracey of Tangled Noodle, Wendy of La Phemme Phoodie, Barb of Wishful Chef, Ray of Wok with Ray, Jun of Jun Blog, Alex of Alexis Hernandez Blog, Carrie of Poet in the Pantry, Diane of Created by Diane, Terra of Cafe Terra Blog, Bianca of South Bay Rants n Raves, Cassie of Back to Her Roots, Oggi of I Can do That, and Jen of Tara, Let's Eat!

This virtual was made possible because of the efforts put in by the hosts Sanjee of Lite Bite and Lora of Cake Duchess, and of course Heather of Farm Girl Gourmet for the awesome logo!





15 comments:

  1. Happy New Year! Just stumbled upon your blog (I was looking for cooking blogs for beginners), love it AND read everything on your archive. Very easy to follow and the photos look great.

    Will definitely follow this blog; here's to more recipes this coming year. Cheers!

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  2. looks great and love the plate, happy new year

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  3. I'd like an order of those crispy banana rolls, please! Yum! Great round-up, and I'm so glad I participated in this party and got to "meet" all these new people!
    Happy New Year!

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  4. What a great frozen fruit salad recipe! Must try this. Thanks for the kind mention, D! I'm so honored. You've been so great to me. I appreciate the encouragement & friendship. Best of all, I'm so proud of how far you've come along in your blog! Cheers for the New Year!

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  5. Plate looks great.. I am bookmarking your banana rolls :) Glad to meet you through this virtual party! Happy New Year :)

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  6. @ MAU - thanks! i'm glad you liked the site...i promise to give you more easy recipes for 2012 :) happy new year!

    @REBECCA - thanks! :)

    @KAREN - oh, if i could, I would! thanks, glad to meet you as well and thanks for dropping by!

    @Tita Betty - thanks, tita! this means a lot. thanks for always being there for me :) I share this accomplishment with you!

    @Shree - thanks, glad you liked it! happy to meet you as well :)

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  7. I love recipe round-ups! Your Red Adobo looks so perfect on a cool day! OH MY the Crispy Banapple Rolls are heavenly!!! I didn't expect to see those ingredients for the frozen fruitcake salad, I love how unique it is, and it really does sound lovely! Thank you for the mention:-) I am so happy we connected, your recipes are just beautiful, and inspirational! Sending you lots of love and hugs, Terra

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  8. What a fantastic recap. I can't wait to try your Salted Fish Fried Rice!

    Glad I found you via the party! Happy New Year!

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  9. Thanks for joining the #Welcome2012 with all of us, wonderful to see the recap of these scrumptious recipes from 2011.
    Glad to connect and looking forward for more foodie fun this year. Love.

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  10. All of the food looks delicious! #Welcome2012 Happy New Year to you!

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  11. Beautiful food! So clean and fresh. I can see this will take me a while to really go through properly!
    Happy 2012!
    :)
    valerie

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  12. Love your top recipes, and that frozen fruitcake salad is so unique with the fruit, corn and cheese. I'm dying to taste! Nice to meet you through the Virtaul New Year party! Happy New Year!

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  13. I'm concerned to try this, although I think I'll skip the dates and figs. Maybe I can find something else to throw into the mix. Where do you find dried pears? And cherries? I've seen dried apricots, but not the others. I might mess around with that dressing a bit, too. I looked up fries and see that it's chicory. I wonder if I can find it here. I've seen it in some of those pre-packaged salad bags. fruit salad recipe.

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  14. Hi everyone! I have two brands of condensed milk, one is Alaska and the other one is Carnation. I have no idea on which of these two is the best brand to use for the fruitcake salad recipe. I ordered them both at goods.ph (https://www.goods.ph/category/online-shopping-groceries-208.html?toPage=34), last week for our upcoming Halloween party. I would definitely try this recipe, but can you help me out?

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    1. Hi Ashley,

      I am not a fan of both brands (sorry) I use either Milkmaid or Liberty. But if I have to choose between Alaska and Carnation, I'd use Carnation.

      Thanks again for dropping by. Enjoy the recipe!

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