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    I translate some recipes from spanish, please correct them!THANKS!!

    [FONT='Arial','sans-serif']Mango pie[FONT='Arial','sans-serif'][/FONT][/FONT]
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    [FONT='Arial','sans-serif']INGREDIENTS[/FONT][FONT='Arial','sans-serif']
    100 grams flour
    100 grams butter
    150 grams sugar
    1 small condensed milk can
    1 cup mango juice
    2 egg whites
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    [FONT='Arial','sans-serif']PREPARATION[/FONT][FONT='Arial','sans-serif']
    With the flour form some how a volcano and in center of it, place the sugar and the butter and mix. Place the mixture in a resistant heat mold, previously greased. Cover the container (bottom and walls) with the mass using a roller or a bottle of glass. Later, take the mold to the freezer and let it there one night; this is recommended to create a crunchy mass. On the following day, put the condensed milk and the mango juice in the mixer and put it in the refrigerator.

    Preheat the furnace and enter the mold that had been put in the freezer up to a temperature of 180 to 200 degrees by a time of 20 minutes. When is over this time, remove it from the furnace and fill it with the mixture of condensed milk and mango juice. This is left in the furnace by other 20 minutes.

    Meanwhile, take whites of an egg and beat them until they are on the verge of snow and add spoonfuls of sugar to create a meringue. Remove the mold from the furnace and put on top of it the meringue.
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    Finally, put the mango pie in the hot furnace so that meringue takes some color.[/FONT]


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    Re: Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Maria789 View Post
    I translate some recipes from spanish, please correct them!THANKS!!

    Mango pie
    100 grams flour
    100 grams butter
    150 grams sugar
    1 small condensed milk can 1 small can of condensed milk
    1 cup mango juice
    2 egg whites

    With the flour form some how a volcano and in center of it, place the sugar and the butter and mix.
    Place the mixture in a resistant heat mold, previously greased. Cover the container (bottom and walls) with the mass using a roller or a bottle of glass. Later, take the mold to the freezer and let it there one night; this is recommended to create a crunchy mass. On the following day, put the condensed milk and the mango juice in the mixer and put it in the refrigerator.
    Put the flour and the sugar into a bowl. Make a well in the center. Add the butter and combine all. Have ready a greased mold/pie dish. Roll out the dough and put into the mould. Place in the freezer overnight. The following day, mix together the condensed milk and mango juice and put into the refrigerator.

    Preheat the furnace and enter the mold that had been put in the freezer up to a temperature of 180 to 200 degrees by a time of 20 minutes. When is over this time, remove it from the furnace and fill it with the mixture of condensed milk and mango juice. This is left in the furnace by other 20 minutes.
    Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Bake the pie shell for 20 minutes. When baked, take out of the oven and pour in the condensed milk and mango juice. Put back into the oven for another 20 minutes.

    Meanwhile, take whites of an egg and beat them until they are on the verge of snow and add spoonfuls of sugar to create a meringue. Remove the mold from the furnace and put on top of it the meringue.
    While the pie is baking, take the egg whites and whip them till they form peaks. Fold in a spoonful of sugar. Remove the pie from the oven, cover with the meringue, and replace in the oven until golden brown on top.


    Finally, put the mango pie in the hot furnace so that meringue takes some color.

    Writing recipes is a very specific style, so I have rewritten it completely as an example.

    Note that we use ovens for cooking (furnaces are either for central heating or are used in factories).

    It is not really necessary to say that a pie dish should be heat proof as most pies are baked.

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    Re: Help!

    thankyou for correcting me. our help was very useful

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