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    Default I got a Tupp jelly ring - now what can I make with it???

    Well, a little op shop woohoo! I scored a Tupperware jellyring for $2 today - only question is, now what do I do with it???



    The only thing that pops into my head is making a layered icecream dessert like cassata...any other ideas?

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    there is a recipe book for it Marydean so if you know a local demonstrator they may be able to help out with a copy. If not let me know and I'll try and track one down for you if I can - I don't know whether I have a photocopy or electronic version.

    they do things like club sandwiches, some pizza style concoction, jellies, mouses, cheesecakes I believe.

    Feel free to PM me if I can help you any further.

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    I went somewhere the other day and they had done a pizza like thing. It looked fabulous and was really yummy. Interested to know as well what other things people use them for.

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    Yes Pizza!!!

    I use mine all the time for pizza

    You need
    1/2 loaf sliced bread spread with tomato paste (one side only) crusts removed
    Grated cheese
    Topping such as ham
    Shallots
    tomato
    pineapple
    olives
    bbq chicken

    Any left overs will do

    Layer toppings in ring starting with plent of cheese first
    then meat
    veigies
    bread (paste side down)
    repeat layers until the ring is full finishing with bread

    Chuck on the lid and freeze for about 30 mins

    Turn out onto oven tray and bake at 180 degrees celcius until cheese has melted all down the top and sides.

    Yummm, going to make on for tea tonight. I hope i explained it ok

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    Wow! I've never heard of that. Can you take some pics Kristy and post them in your gallery? I would love to see and I'm such a food blogger these days that I need pics LOL!

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    I agree, the pizza thing is great. but you need to make lots as they are eaten very quickly!

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    can do, its really easy and not to mention quick!

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    there are lots of things you can do, I will see if I can get some recipes to post.
    Other than mousses and cheese rings, I've done:

    pizza
    club sandwiches
    sushi

    I've also used it in the freexer to re-freeze/re-shape ice cream for an in expensive ice crem cake

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    YUM! That sounds awesome! I got my mum's cos she didn't use it...and I have no idea what to do with it, I tried a jelly and it stuck and came out in pieces and so I kinda gave up on it...might try that pizza tonight! Definitely keep the recipes coming!

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    Nelle, when you took the jelly ou tof the jel-ring, did you take both of the seals off?
    If you only removed the bottom on that could be why it didnt come out properly?
    Running the whole container under some cold water before removing ht eseals can also help.

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    How would you do club sandwiches?

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    It uses lots of bread - 1 to 2 loaves depending on houe do you it.
    You squash the bread really flat and alternate layers of bread and layers of filling, starting and finishing with bread.
    Ideally you would refridgerate it for at least an hour - I leave mine overnight if I can.
    Its always good if you include a 'sticking' ingredient (butter, hommus, avocado etc)

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    i've used mine to make ice cream christmas pudding, nd put fresh cherries, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries in the centre of it....very yummy.
    and the pizza is delish!!!

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    cant take a picture of the pizza cause my ring is currently on loan at my sisters, aughhh

    Can anyone else take a pic so Cai can see what it looks like for me.

    What am i going to have for dinner now lol?

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    If dh EVER gets home, I can blog our pizza if you like...?

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    Oh thanks for reminder! I have had one sitting in my cupboard for about 5 years and have never used it that pizza sounds AMAZING! I might make it tomorrow night for an easy dinner! I'm also going to a Tupperware party tonight so will check out an reciepe books that might be there for you!

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    i was going to say - i will have a look in the tupperware cook book as soon as the girls are in bed tonight and see what i can come up with.
    I'm a demonstrator but dont actually have one in my kit! HOw slack is that!!!

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    Wow, thanks for all the excellent ideas - the pizza idea definitely wins, Kristy!!

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