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Amaretto Cherries

Amaretto Cherries created by wicked cook 46

This sounds so good! From an auto-glass company's compilation cookbook which was given out as a gift. It contains recipes from all different insurance companies in the US. This was submitted by Sharon Kesner of the Lytell Insurance Agency, Woodbridge, Virginia. There is an overnight marination required.

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12hrs 5mins
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  • Soak the cherries in the Amaretto overnight,.
  • Drain the cherries and dry them with paper towels.
  • Melt the chocolate in a micorwave for about 15 seconds and then mix. May need another 15 seconds.
  • Dip the cherries into the chocolate and enjoy!
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"This sounds so good! From an auto-glass company's compilation cookbook which was given out as a gift. It contains recipes from all different insurance companies in the US. This was submitted by Sharon Kesner of the Lytell Insurance Agency, Woodbridge, Virginia. There is an overnight marination required."
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  1. wicked cook 46
    Amaretto Cherries Created by wicked cook 46
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  2. wicked cook 46
    OH my these are DELICIOUS and easy . I only soaked my cherries for about 5 hours and they were full of flavour. I also used a very good baking chocolate with a mix of dark and semi sweet Great little PMS treat LOL And would be a very nice WOW for a dinner party. I tried to find cherries with the stem but all our stores were sold out I think stemmed cherries would be alot prettier. I used toothpicks to dip and once set removed them Made for Photo Tag ( Share the love) and Prop it up Tag Feb 2009 These will be going in my divine cookbook 2009
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  3. Oolala
    This sounds so good! From an auto-glass company's compilation cookbook which was given out as a gift. It contains recipes from all different insurance companies in the US. This was submitted by Sharon Kesner of the Lytell Insurance Agency, Woodbridge, Virginia. There is an overnight marination required.
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