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Infact inaddition to this recipie you can add whatever nuts, almonds or fruits you want...

Thank you so much! To know

Thank you so much!

To know why Engin is giving us this recipe, please go to the Heavenletter Only a Corner of Life, and from the comments under this Heavenletter you will see why.

I just a few minutes ago wrote a blog entry about Asure and said you hadn't given us the recipe yet! Now I have to change the ending!

This recipe reminds me a little bit of a dish Heaven Admin makes!

Oh Gloria, I have not see

Oh Gloria, I have not see your blog entry about Asure yet, on the other hand, yesterday when I was doing somethings completely irrelevant with Asure I felt a strong urge to find a recipe.. :p

(You may find odd some beans in a dessert ;) yet it really tastes great :thumbup: )

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Thank you dear Engin, for

Thank you dear Engin, for finally solving the mystery of Asure with us!

The recipe sounds fairly simple if you use the canned beans, and very healthy with all the goodies in it. I will try it (maybe half the amount) and use it as breakfast meal.

Here is a granola recipe in exchange:

Al Taylor’s Granola from: “The Complete Harrowsmith Cookbook”

½ cup oil
½ cup honey
1 Tablespoon milk
4 cups rolled oats
1 cup rolled wheat flakes
1 ½ cups wheat germ
1 cup sesame seeds
1 cup sunflower seeds
1 cup grated coconut
¼ cup poppy seeds
½ to 1 cup chopped almonds or cashew nuts
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup raisins

Combine and heat oil, honey and milk.
Mix remaining ingredients, except raisins and spread in a large shallow pan.
Dribble oil-honey mixture over cereal and mix in.
Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit (180 degrees Celsius), for 15 minutes.
Remove from oven and stir in raisins. Cool and store in airtight containers.
Makes 11 –12 cups

Canim Xenia, thank you very

Canim Xenia,

thank you very much for the recipie, infact one can add most of the ingredients of granola to asure, with pleasure. :thumbup:

Sesame seeds, sunflower seeds..The more ingredients and nuts and fruits and grains you add the more delicious it becomes. Strange isn't it? I think that is why it is called as Noah's Pudding. :p

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Wonderful recipes!

Wonderful recipes!

Harrowsmith Granola Recipe

Thanks for posting this- I gave my book to my daughter....wanted to make that granola for old times sake-spoil the kids _ all grown now(-: