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pastel de tres leches (sp?)

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emily Apr 11, 2001 05:25 PM

does anybody have a recipe for this or know where i could find one?

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    Gabriel Solis RE: emily Apr 11, 2001 05:34 PM

    I've seen a couple recipies, but all are copyrighted, so I won't reproduce them here. I tried one out of Martha Stewart Living a couple of months back, and it was quite tasty. SOrry, I don't have the mag anymore, so I don't know which issue it was, but it was this year.

    Gabriel

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      emily RE: Gabriel Solis Apr 11, 2001 05:52 PM

      thanks. i'll go search for it on her website.

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      Nancy Berry RE: emily Apr 11, 2001 11:56 PM

      Here are a couple of sites that contain this recipe:

      http://www.texasmonthly.com/food/reci...

      http://www.recipecottage.com/mexican/...

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        yolanda arellano RE: Nancy Berry Jul 29, 2001 05:57 AM

        I have a recipe from a bakery from Apizaco, Tlaxcala in Mexico if you would like that recipe let me know.
        It is sumptuous

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          pat hammond RE: yolanda arellano Jul 29, 2001 11:51 AM

          Yolanda: Welcome to Chowhound! I would love to have the recipe, and I imagine others among us would too. If you do post it, please don't post somebody else's published recipe...that creates copyright problems. Either link to it elsewhere on the web, or paraphrase it in your own words.Thanks very much, in advance. I've enjoyed your other posts a lot too! pat

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        ruth arcone RE: emily Apr 15, 2001 09:00 AM

        I made this a few weeks ago for a party celebrating the wedding of a co worker, who is Mexico.

        I used the recipe in James MacNair's "Cakes" and everybody seemed to love it. I had a few other recipes that I got from the internet, but this one had no butter in the cake, and used heavy cream instead of milk in the three milks (with evaporated milk and sweetened condensed milk)

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