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Soy Vanilla Slices

2 sheets ready rolled puff pastry
1 cup castor sugar
3/4 cup fine cornflour
1/2 cup custard powder
1 litre fortified soymilk
60g milk-free margarine
2 tsp vanilla essence

Bake pastry sheets at 200 C for about six minutes or till lightly
browned. When cool, flatten sheets with hands and set aside. Combine
sugar, cornflour, custard powder in saucepan and gradually stir in
milk, stir until smooth. Add margarine, stir over heat until mixture
boils and thickens.(It will be very very thick, almost like paste)

Remove from heat and stir in essence. Place one sheet of pastry in
23cm slab tin. Pour custard over pastry sheet in slab tin. Even
out and place other pastry sheet on top. Press down firmly.
Refrigerate until cool. Ice with passionfruit icing when cool and
cut into squares when set.


Icing

2 cups icing sugar
1 tsp milk-free margarine
pulp from one passionfruit
1 tsp water

Mix ingredients to a workable paste. Spread onto slices with a
knife dipped in hot water.

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Delicious, July 18, 2006 - 06:53 AM
Reviewer: Gerry from Adelaide, Australia
This was so easy to make, and absolutely delicious. For the benefit of other Aussies reading this, we used Vitasoy Calci-plus soy milk, Orgran custard powder, and Coles Farmland puff pastry sheets, which (as far as I can tell) are vegan, and Nuttelex for the icing. For the icing, we did half passionfruit icing, and half coconut. Either way, you won't regret making this.

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so delicious, March 29, 2004 - 12:47 AM
Reviewer: Tammy from Melbourne, Australia
Being vegan and not eating sugar means we can't often find sweet and tasty desserts. I substituted the sugar with honey (my only not quite vegan compromise) and substituted the icing sugar with silken tofu. It is addictive and delicious. Thanks a million.

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Amazing Vanilla Slice, May 11, 2005 - 10:58 PM
Reviewer: Anonymous from Swan Hill, Australia
I am a vegan from Victoria in Australia. This slice recipe is fantastic.The taste is excellent and so quick and easy to prepare. A bit of care when arranging the final layers gives a good visual appearance. I tried this recipe adding a couple of drops of rose essence to the custard. It was nice but really I decided this recipe is so good it doesn't need to be improved upon.

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