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    Default Pan de Fruta Navideno -?

    Dear Friends!

    Recently after the Iguana Park we stopped by at a mercado tipico and our kids begged us into buying several small bags of Pan de Fruta Navideno, that look like some big seeds (like from the durian).
    When sampled at home they are not pleasant to eat raw. What are they supposed to be done with? Any coolking or any other use?

    Please respond soon! We are anxious!

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    Are those the things that look like chestnuts? Roast them - they're not exactly like chestnuts but close enough. Also known as lerenes or castaņas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chirimoya View Post
    Are those the things that look like chestnuts? Roast them - they're not exactly like chestnuts but close enough. Also known as lerenes or castaņas.

    Yes, like chestnuts. How to roast? Could you specify and elaborate on the correct procedure?

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    the best pan de frutas navideno you can buy in Bravo supermarket. in Los Cacicazgos.

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    Unless you have an open fire, preheat your oven on a medium to high setting, pierce each chestnut with knife, place chestnuts in baking tray, bake for 20 mins or so.

    BBC - Food - Recipes : Roast chestnuts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chirimoya View Post
    Unless you have an open fire, preheat your oven on a medium to high setting, pierce each chestnut with knife, place chestnuts in baking tray, bake for 20 mins or so.

    BBC - Food - Recipes : Roast chestnuts
    I told you B4 I have no oven unfortunately. And no open fire yet gracias a Dios!

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    THen you are pretty much #$WE$^%ed unless you go out back and build a fire..."Roasting chests on a open fire...."////

    HB

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