From Southern Living.
When I make this, I use a bar of regular cream cheese and add about 1/3-1/2 can of drained crushed pineapple to it. I also use more coconut. Yummy stuff that I have been known to eat with a spoon....
My husband is not a huge fan of sweet potatoes, but I think he liked this just as much as I did. This has a subtle flavor, and the only sweetness comes naturally from the sweet potatoes. I used more liqueur and pepper. From Southern Living.
From Southern Living. Times given don't include refrigeration or freezing. Edited 12/10/08: I just made these with the following changes - Reduce sugar by 1/4, use whole wheat pastry flour for 1/2 the flour, and I skipped the water. I am not sure what purpose the water served, but removing it made a firmer dough, especially because I reduced the sugar (which took out some of the dry ingredients which would've only made the dough softer!).
PREP: 15 MINUTES; COOK: 6 HRS., 30 MINUTES
This recipe is fast and easy--your family will love it. I found it in SOUTHERN LIVING. You can probably substitute your favorite beans as well at the tomatoes. Green chilies are not manditory but it certainly adds a touch of spice. It's a very nice one-dish meal.
I found this recipe in a recent issue of Southern Living. It looks so incredible, I didn't want to take the chance of letting it slip away on me. If you are unable to find fresh tuna, you may substitute frozen (thaw first) which will work just fine. I hope you will enjoy this!
This recipe is from an old Southern Living Cookbook. I've made it many times and have copied the recipe for several people who loved it. I use a bundt pan, but you could try other pans like 2 loaf pans or a 9x13. Serve for breakfast, a brunch or even an after dinner dessert. Just be careful when placing the blueberry layer. It's pretty heavy so it will sink. Placing it closer to the top of the wet batter works best.