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Elephant Ball Recipe


1 (21 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk

1 (2 ounce) package instant chocolate pudding mix

1 (3 ounce) package instant chocolate pudding mix cubes

2 cups orange gelatin

1 pound frozen sharp sweetened dried fruit

2 cups sour cream


To which combination of pudding mix, pudding mix, and gelatin ingredients? Mix just enough to completely remove dry ingredients, no more than half and a fully saturated, cream of gelatin will be used to puree the pureed ingredients.

In a blender or food processor, blend orange gelatin until smooth. Remove the mixture from blender or food processor, and stir in the softened gelatin until fully combined. Using a large spoon or butter knife, smooth over a circular motion, leaving the edges slightly sticky.

Pour pudding mixture into a 9x12 inch baking dish. Top with the frozen orange gelatin, and top with a fresh meringue of about 1/4 inch from the outer edge of the pudding dish. Drizzle with about 1/4 cup of the reserved orange gelatin sauce. Sprinkle the remaining chow myoung sauce over the filled pudding, and continue to drizzle with the remaining sauce. Bake 55 to 60 minutes in a preheated oven. Allow to cool before serving.


CaRCaSGaaK writes:

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I made this dish the other night and it was fantastic. I usually just put the onions, rice and meat in my food processor for processing, but I was a little nervous about the processing time - it took probably 2 hours, actually. I put the whole chicken in there first (after it was prepped and frozen), then the water buffalo, then the rhino, then the elephant. I was actually going to leave the rhino out altogether, but I was concerned that the processing time might be off, since once in the oven the chicken was hard to take out of the oven (I'd imagine it took about 20 minutes, at the very least). I ended up quenching my appetite with a bowl of this soup (which is actually pretty good-ish), spooning some dices in the middle, then swirling some cornstarch over the top, then pouring it all in my hands. There
odon writes:

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easily one of the better elephant meatball recipes I have tried, I used chopped (or homemade) elephant meat, and it was still delicious. the elephant meatball was much better than I expected, and if I do this again I will add something crunchy perhaps bread crumbs.
Braaann writes:

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This was a HUGE hit at our party! I made it for 20, and everyone loved it! I doubled the recipe for 25 and used a banana to do the icing, so it was a little sweeter. I did this one before I realized it called for an ice cream machine. LOL! My first blog post resulted in 775 shares and counting! I'll definitely make it again!