18 January 2010

Blackberries Pie (Küchen de moras)









Since I was a child I love pick blackberries, and really we never bought, so when we go to any country side we pick and bring  someones, this was at South (aahh a lovely place) now a lot of years I live  in Santiago, and  is different,  sometimes I find fresh blackberries and other I buy frozen , this tart I think is wonderful with a curious dough recipe,is the  firts time I made and I think the dough is delicious.
When you will se the recipe,(dont worry)  have 1 egg boiled (mashed) but is really OK and have some delicious spices. Is really special.
I used frozen blackberries and was nice., and add  some blackberry jam.





The recipe
Ingredients(dough)

150 grs. butter
100 grs. of sugar
1 egg boiled  and mashed
1 raw egg
200 grs. of flour
2 cloves 
1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder
pinch of salt
pinch of nutmeg powder
orange peel grated
lemon  peel grated

The filling:
3/4 cup of blacberry jam
1 cup of frozen blackberries
2 tablespoon of sugar
1 tablespoon of corn flour

Method filling

In a pot heat  the jam and frozen blackberries and sugar mix and finally the corn flour and when is thickness cut the fire and set aside.


Method

1.First process the boil egg,cinamon powder,cloves,nutmeg and pinch of salt.

2. Place in a bowl this mix and add the lemon peel, and orange peel, and the sugar, mix well.

3. In other bowl, beat the  raw  egg,and the butter, stir well and add the mix spices, add the flour, join well, and knead the dough (if is needed add some flour) .Set aside by 30 minutes.

4. Reserve some dough to the lattice pie and extend with  a roll pin and place into a springform pan.

5. Fill with the mix of blackberries jam and frozen blackberries.

6.With  the dough reserved make the lattices and place over the kuchen.

Preheat the oven at 180° C, and bake for 30 minutes or until is little golden.

Set aside and chill.


                   
EN ESPAÑOL

Desde que era pequeña me ha gustado ir a buscar moras, en general hay en muchos campos, cuando los españoles las trajeron en un principio era para hacer cercos (por la espinas) pero me imagino que además que se propagó  muy rápido (crece rápido) las moras fueron una descubrimiento maravilloso.
Cuando yo vivía en el sur de Chile siempre ibamos a buscar moras, las comíamos así o hacíamos mermelada.
Ahora desde que vivimos en Santiago (hace unos años) a veces encuentro moras frescas pero es raro, en general se encuentran congeladas pero para esta tarta o küchen quedan igual de buenas.

Esta receta que es primera vez que la hago y es deliciosa, especialmente la masa.No  se extrañen porque la receta lleva un huevo hervido o cocido que se muele bien.Estos más especias y la masa queda muy rica y crujiente.

Küchen o Tarta de moras

Ingredientes masa

150  grs. de mantequilla
100 grs. de azúcar
1 huevo duro o hervido (molido)
1 huevo crudo
200 grs. de harina normal
2 clavos de olor
1 cucharadita de canela en polvo
1 pizca de sal
1 pizca de nuez moscada
cáscara de naranja rallada
cáscara de limón rallallada

Para el relleno

3/4 taza de mermelada de moras
1 taza de moras congeladas o frescas
2 cucharadas de azúcar
1 cucharada de maicena

Para el relleno
Calentar en una olla a fuego bajo la mermelada con el azúcar y las moras congeladas, finalmente agregar la maicena y revolver bien hasta que quede como una mermelada espesa.

Preparar la masa

1. En un procesador moler el huevo cocido con la canela, nuez moscada, pizca de sal,clavos de olor.

2. En un bol colocar esta mezcla de especies, y agregar la cáscara de limón y de naranja, y el azúcar, unir bien.

3.En otro bol batir la mantequilla  con el huevo crudo, agregar la harina y mezclar bien, amasar (si se necesita agregar un poco de harina)dejar reposar durante unos 30 minutos.

4.Reservar un poco de masa para el enrejado. Con el resto estirar la masa con un rodillo para un molde de tarta con fondo removible, forrar con la masa el molde, rellenar con la mezcla de moras, y cubrir con el enrejado que se hace con el resto de masa.

Precalentar el horno a 180° C y cocinar por unos 30 minutos o hasta que esté ligeramente dorado .

Dejar reposar y enfriar antes de servir.










42 comments:

  1. I want to have a piece of that fruity delicous tart.

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  2. I wish I could try this pie...I love blackberries, & love how creative you get with fruity desserts! No berries other than strawberries here Gloria, but your pie looks gorgeous!
    Much love to you my friend!
    Happy New Year!!

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  3. Thanks a lot de Happy Cook!!
    Really was so nice, I love it! xx gloria

    Dear Deeb aI dont have idea you dont have blackberries, and frozen?
    Is a pity.
    I love all berries you know.
    Happy New Year dear, and thanks for stopping by , huggs! gloria

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  4. Que ricas la tarta. Gracias por la receta

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  5. Yo creo que el kuchen de moras es lo que mas me recuerda a los veranos en el sur. Mi mamá lo hace a cada rato, una delicia.
    Besos!!

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  6. This is a lovely tart. The lattice reminds me of beautiful summer white lattice fences on warmer days. This is a stunning pie.

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  7. That sure sounds good right now!

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  8. Me parece que no.
    No.
    Puede ser un bocadillo de jamón?

    Besos.

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  9. Gracias José Manuel, gloria

    Tienes razón Kako a mí tambien me recuerda el sur, buenlos kuchenes en general pero el de moras es como típico de allá, estás mejor de tu garganta? te escribiré. besoos

    Thanks Christine, I love summe Tarts specially with blackberries I think in summer too when I see blackberries. xx gloria

    Thanks a lot dear Buffalo Dick you always are so nice and gentle, xx gloria


    Toro,Toro, te haría bien comer algo dulce, cariños, gloria

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  10. I love blackberry picking. This looks delish

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  11. Thanks a lot Beth and you are welcome!! gloria

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  12. Blackberries grow wild all over the coast here in Canada but sadly not here in the interior so I will need to wait till summer.

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  13. Your blackberry pie looks delicious! It's one of my favorite fruits.

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  14. I love blackberries and blackberry pie. What a lovely pie you made. The crust does sound interesting though.

    We used to pick all sorts of berries when we were young. Growing up in Michigan they had the best blueberries, raspberies, and cherries. We had wild black raspberries growing near our house.

    I love your blog design and how you change your header picture!

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  15. You are so lucky you got to experience picking blackberries. Your photos are stunning today!

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  16. VAll sorry you have to wait until the summer, xxxx gloria(But when you will in summer we will in winter! is the world!)

    Thanks Lisa is one of my favorite fruits too!!

    Thanks Lyndsey, Belive me the crust is awesome I love it!
    I ove pick blackberries!
    Yes Lyndsey and thanks I love to change header time on time! xx


    Thanks a lot peachskin you are so nice, xx

    gloria

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  17. I love moras! In Colombian we use a lot of moras in our desserts and sauces. Delicious, Gloria!

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  18. We love moras dear Erica too, I love make blackberry jam when I find fresh,thanks by coming, xx gloria

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  19. Mmm... blackberry pie sounds so so good! Makes me warm up and think of summer days, how wonderful!

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  20. 5 Star, wait my dear veryy soon will arrive the spring and the summer, the time go so fast!thanks by coming! gloria

    Thanks a lot Cynthia, huggs! gloria

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  21. I just bought boxes of blackberries--this is PERFECT timing! Thanks!

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  22. I've picked huckleberries (they make a fabulous pie) but never blackberries.
    My daughter loves blackberries with her yogurt when she's home. I have always thought blackberries are not sweet enough for yogurt.
    Your pie looks delicious!

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  23. Catherine when I find and Ican, always buy blacberries or raspberries or blueberries and I freeze them so I have berries all the time, is useful to desserts, cakes,ice cream etc. xx gloria

    Barbara I love blacberries with yogurt too, is really nice and the blckberries are special I think, xx gloria thanks by coming, gloria

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  24. Creo que soy el último, no sé si quedará algo de tarta para mí. Adoro la repostería casera, sobre todo la que tú haces, que es una maravilla.
    También siento pasión por las moras, me recuerda los paseos por la montaña, recolectando ese fruto tan sabroso. Muchos recuerdos se agolpan en mi cabezota.
    Besos.

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  25. Gracias gato, sabes que siempre queda algo para los amigos.Gracias por venir. Me encnatan las moras tambien en todas sus formas, x gloria

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  26. I love berry pies! They're so delectable!

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  27. That pie looks so good! It has been too long since I last did something with blackberries.

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  28. Thanks a lot Blonde Duck I love blackberries, xx gloria

    Dear Kevin thanks a lot for stopping by, I love make pies specially with berries!! gloria

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  29. gorgeous filling and beautiful lattice, gloria! this is the perfect summery pie. :)

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  30. Thanks a lot Grace, you know, Im not an expert in lattices but I love it! gloria

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  31. Hmmm, ese pastel de moras tiene que estar insuperable, Gloria. Vengo a saludarte y dejarte muchos cariños para ti y tu familia.
    Un abrazo bien fuerte, linda.
    ;o)♥

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  32. Gloria, ta tarte semble délicieuse.
    J'en prendrai bien une tranche.
    A bientôt.

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  33. une tarte qui me fait baver elle est superbe, bravo
    bonne soirée

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  34. Gracias Feli, gracias por venir a saludarme, besoos

    Merci Saveurs, j'aime les tartes
    mûres,a bientot, gloria

    Je vous remercie ami et merci de visiter mon blog, a bientot, gloria

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  35. Oh yum! Blackberries are so yummy and I'm sure they are even better in pies!! :) Thanks for the recipe.

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  36. Thanks a lot Sook, thanks for stopping by, gloria

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  37. Amiga mía, no solo se ve riquísima sino que se ve preciosa... me gustan estas tartas... me la apunto..
    Un beso cielo

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  38. Gracias Mar y gracias por venir, besoos gloris

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  39. Beautiful pie! Looks amazing!

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  40. Thanks a lot chef fresco, xxx gloria

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  41. This pie looks superb Gloria - and how unusual to have a boiled egg in the pastry.

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