31 July 2014

Roasted pear Crumble









Was a cloudy day today (still we are in winter) and yes I can heard some of you say what? well when you are in summer (North) here we are in winter (south).

But the times goes  fast and my friend  Betsy said me the days  are like autumn(she lives in Ohio) so would  begin the spring here soon.
(You can visit Betsy she is an awesome lady with beauty pics and a lovely family)

And yesterday I saw a Dove looking by a nest:)
I don't have problem I love winter and especially autumn.
But the pics are difficult some times.
Anyway these roasted pears were delicious and easy!

Source:Bon apppetit

"Consider this sweet and crunchy dessert a free-form fruit crisp.
Be warned. The nutty oat topping is addictive"
Bon appetit




Ingredients
(4 servings)

2 ripe but firm Anjou or others pears you have
halved and cored
2 tsp  plus 2 tbsp oil
1/2 cup almonds laminated
1/4 cup shelled pumpkin seeds (optative)
2 tablespoon light brown sugar
2 tablespoons old fashioned oats
pinch of salt
1 tablespoon sesame seeds preferably black
1 cup cream cheese or mascarpone
3 tablespoons greek yogurt
2 tablespoon sugar

Method

Preheat oven to 180°c (375°).
Place pears cut side up on a small baking sheet.
Drizzle with 2 tsp oil and roast on until are soft (about 20 minutes). Let cool slightly.
Meanwhile toss almonds-pumpkin seeds-brown sugar- oats-salt and remaining 2 tablespoon oil in a small baking sheet.
Toast on lower rack and stirring occasionally until golden. about 10 to 12 minutes.
Remove from oven and mix in sesame seeds. Let cool.

Whisk cream cheese  and greek yogurt in a small bowl and add sugar.
Spoon this cream onto plates and top with pears and nut oat crumble.





En español

Peras al horno con crumble


















Me encantan las peras y este año hemos comido muchisimas!
(Las naranjas y mandarinas han estado carísimas) comemos muchas en forma natural sobre todo al desayuno pero cuando puedo reservo unas pocas para algún postre.

Este postre es sencillo y delicioso lo comimos hoy al almuerzo.
Pero pienso que sería estupendo despues de una comida tambien.
Adaptado de Bon Appetit.

28 July 2014

pomegranate and yogurt Ice Cream (Helado de yogurt y granadas)








Sometimes a post is something special, do not know why, maybe the love with  we do, the mood, I do not, but when I take the photos that will be something special and I always hope I can show  this
Of course I speak from what is a blog of recipes, but each recipe is just like choosing a dress, a perfume that is the best and you want look beautiful  and this about a recipe  and  is not always given. It's something about the beauty and love ...
Only I say.....

This delicious pomegranate  Ice Cream is a recipe from Cafe Fernando a charming and beauty blog indeed!



Ingredients


2 cups or pomegranate juice (fresh or like syrup)
1 1/2 cups plain whole greek yogurt
3/4 cup sugar
2 teaspoon lemon juice

Method

Stir pomegranate juice and sugar over moderate heat until the sugar dissolves.
Add lemon juice and let cool to room temperature.
In a bowl combine yogurt, pomegranate juice or syrup and whisk until completely combined.
If you have an Ice cream machine make according to the instructions.
If you don't have one put the ice cream mix in a stainless steel 
in the freezer.
After about forty minutes open the door and if yo noticed as it start to freeze near the edges, stir with a spatula.Return to freezer.
After 30 minutes stir again and freeze.
Let the Ice cream at least by 1 1/2  hour before serve or when the ice cream look frozen.








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En Español

Helado de yogurt y granadas











Me quedaban unas granadas en el refrigerador y decidí usarlas para esta receta que había visto en Cafe Fernando que me encantaba.
Yo hice un jarabe con el jugo de las granadas pero tambien he visto que hay unos jarabes o jugos de granadas que tambien se podrian usar.
Eso si el jugo de la granada es más concentrado.

Ingredientes
2 tazas de jugo de granada (las exprimí como
naranjas y las pasé por un colador)
o 2 tazas de jarabe de granadas como granadina)
3/4 taza de azucar 
2 cucharaditas de jugo de limón

Preparación
En una ollita colocar el jugo de granadas o jarabe y agregar el azucar( si se ocupa un jugo dulce disminuir el azúcar)
Calentar a fuego medio y dejar hervir un rato hasta que disminuya un poco.
Retirar agregar el jugo de limón y dejar enfriar.
En un bol mezclar el yogurt, agregar el jugo o jarabe de granada y mezclar bien.
Si se tiene máquina de hacer helados seguir las instrucciones del fabricante.
Y si no hacer lo siguiente.
Colocar la mezcla en un recipiente metálico y llevar al congelador por unos 40 minutos.
Retirar y ver si se estan congelando las orillas revolver bien la mezcla y volver a congelar.
Despues de 30 minutos volver a revolver y congelar de nuevo.
Dejar en el congelador alrededor de 1 hora y 1/2. 
Si está listo ya estará congelado, retirar un poco antes y servir.




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