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Prune Wet Seeds

Fruits, Desserts, and Other Sweet Foods

Prune Wet Seeds
1 Tablespoon five-spice powder
2 Tablespoons whiskey
1 and 1/2 cups lemon juice
3 Tablespoons salt
3 whole cloves
1 pound brown sugar
8 ounces lemon peel from crack seed store (wet or dry)
8 ounces li hing mui (from crack seed store) 8 12-ounce packets of pitted prunes
1. Mix five-spice powder, whiskey, lemon juice, salt, cloves and sugar in a large bowl.
2. Stir in the lemon peel, li hing mui, and prunes and let this stand for five days, shaking occasionally.
These are normally eaten like candy, but they are also good (though certainly not traditional) inserted in the middle of a pork loin roast.
Note: This recipe is also known as Five-spice Flavored Prunes.

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