Persimmon-Sweet Potato Pudding

"I never liked Persimmon pudding until I ate my mil. I used wild persimmons for years but the Japanese ones are larger and easier. Just be sure to use paper towels for cleanup as the persimmons will turn everything black."
 
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  • Mix all ingredients together and bake at 350 for about 30 minutes or until brown and sides pull away from pan.
  • Makes 2 6 1/2 by 10 or one large pan.
  • To make persimmon pulp persimmons must be washed and mashed through a sieve, usually takes 3 or 4 Japanese persimmons depending on size and a large amount of wild ones.
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  1. fppjames
    I never liked Persimmon pudding until I ate my mil. I used wild persimmons for years but the Japanese ones are larger and easier. Just be sure to use paper towels for cleanup as the persimmons will turn everything black.
     
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