14 April 2012

Chupe zapallarino (Seafood pudding)







I made this Chupe zapallarino (the name come from a place called Zapallar) to Good Friday Because I know I will make fish to   Easter Eve. Anyway this is a nice seafood pudding that you can make for every time or weather, always is nice.

The recipe is adapted from an  antique cook book "La buena mesa" from Olga B. de Edwards one of the best cook book from here.
I made this recipe to "El día de la cocina chilena " (chilean food day) you can see other recipes HERE-

We usually use these clay plates to this type of food (corn pudding, seafood pudding etc.)
You can use ramekins or ceramic plates.

Note : Sorry by the pics but Good friday was a cloudy day here and Im still with my cell:(


Ingredients (6 servings)

120 cc corn  or sunflower oil
1 garlic clove
2 tablespoon of paprika powder

1 1/2 cups of fresh  white breadcrums
soaked in a 1 cup of milk
1 onion chopped
3 cups of seafood (prawns or shrimp, mussels, crab meat etc.)
and save the cook water
(you can use 3 tins of different seafood)
or feeze seafood
1 tablespoon of butter
1 cup of grated  parmesan cheese
1 cup of heavy cream
2 yolks
salt and pepper

method
First prepare the sauce paprika powder in a pan heat oil and add the garlic, when  in heavy gold  removed . Turn off heat.
 Add the paprika powder, stirring with wooden spoon until blended.


 Pass through a strainer, you can save in a glass bottle for a month.

 To make the pudding in a pan put 2 tablespoon of the paprika sauce   and fry the onion chopped  add the crumbs that you soaked in milk,  add 1 cup of the juice  of seafood or 1 cup water, butter, grated cheese,  cream and yolks. stir well.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
 Cook over medium heat until it forms a smooth sauce, add the seafood liquid  if you need or add a little water but should be thick.
Pour the mixture into  clay bowls  or ceramic and sprinkle each with grated cheese cook on medium heat (190° c ) cook in oven  for about 30 minutes or until golden brown, serve still warm but without burnt especially in the case of clay retain heat.
Sprinkle with cilantro before serving




Print recipe here

EN ESPAÑOL
CHUPE ZAPALLARINO













Hice este Chupe Zapallarino para el pasado Viernes Santo, porque el pescado lo tenía para el Sábado en la noche.
Se  me ocurrió porque tenía todo para hacerlo y estaban mis papas o sea que eramos más.
Es una receta que  está en el libro "La Buena Mesa" de Olga B. de Edwards y como se sabe es un  referente de la cocina chilena, con esta receta adhiero al dia de la cocina chilena que se celebra mañana 15 de Abril y además los invito a ver otras recetas aquí.

Ingredientes

Para preparar la color

120 cc de aceite
1 diente de ajo
2 cucharadas de pimentón molido
o paprika

Para el guiso
1 1/2 taza de migas de pan blanco fresco
remojadas en una taza de leche
1 cebolla picada fina
3 tazas de mariscos cocidos o
3 tarros de diferente tipo (camarones, choritos o machas)
tambien se pueden usar congelados
si se cocinan reservar el jugo de la cocción
1 cucharada de mantequilla
1 taza de queso parmesano rallado
1 taza de crema espesa
2 yemas de huevo
sal y pimienta

Preparación

Primero preparar la color.
En una sartén calentar el aceite, con el ajo freir hasta que está casi quemado entonces retirar.
Retirar la sartén del fuego y agregar el polvo de pimentón o paprika revolviendo con una cuchara de madera hasta que esté bien mezclado.
Colar en un colado fino.
Esta mezcla como es en aceite dura hasta un mes.

Para el guiso
Se terminan de moler las migas de pan que se han dejado remojando, no cuesta nada con un tenedor.
En un sartén freir la cebolla ya picada fina con dos cucharadas de la mezcla de color chilena.
Agregar las migas reservadas que se remojaron en leche.
agregar una taza del líquido en que se cocieron los mariscos o agregar agua, agregar la mantequilla, queso rallado, crema, yemas, sal y pimienta.
Cocinar a fuego medio revolviendo hasta tener una consistencia homogénea, incorporar los mariscos, la salsa debe quedar más bien espesa.
Verter la mezcla en los platos de greda o de cerámica.Espolvorear con queso rallado.
Precalentar el hono a 190°c. Cocinar por unos 30 minutos.
O hasta que esté dorado.
Al servir tener cuidado porque la greda guarda el calor.

73 comments:

  1. I've never heard of this, Gloria! It looks delicious!

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    1. Betsy is a typical chilean dish, is really delicious!!

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  2. A very interesting dish Gloria, it looks so good!

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    1. thanks Lyndsey you would enjoy id delicious!!

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  3. Delicioso!....no sabes como me gusta el chupe....por suerte aca llegan locos congelados de Chile y puedo hacer chupe de locos.....tu plato se ve delicioso!!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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  4. gracias Marcela tambien me encantan los chupes, muchos cariños para ti!!

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  5. Exquisito Gloria!, adoro los chupes y si son de mariscos mejor, lo haré con la mezcla de congelados, trae de todo.
    Un beso.

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    1. Me encantan los chupes tambien, yo usé algo de congelados y algunos tarros:)

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  6. THis dish has my favorite shrimps in it, I know I will enjoy this very much, love your new header, so beautiful!

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  7. Sign me up for anything that's from the ocean.

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    1. JDC, Im sure you would enjoy this:))

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  8. What an unique pudding recipe! I certainly will love this one since it's loaded with seafood!

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  9. I've never heard of this dish either Gloria. It sure sounds interesting. Maybe one day...

    So sorry your cell is your only picture snapper these days. Not to worry though, your cell phone pictures are still better than my camera especially when it comes to food! You have such a good eye:)

    Thanks for sharing...

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    1. thanks dear Louise, is really nice and yed still. I dony havr a new camera these. da.y. was the day was cloudy sigh!! thanks dear:))

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  10. Very interesting pudding, Gloria. I've never seen a recipe like it. Anything with shrimp has got my attention.
    Also loved your plum sorbet. The color was amazing!

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  11. Don't worry about the pictures even mobile phone pics can't stop your seafood pudding from looking delicious. ;)

    Never heard of it before, though. I really like vintage recipes as they always have a feeling of 'good old days' surrounding them.

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    1. Thanks Tobías, normally my cell is good but these day was a cloudy day. Anyway Im try to buy other cama, my before camara die:(
      yes this is an antique and nice recipe I will try to make somones of this book, is from 1954!!

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  12. Me encantan los chupes ,el tuyo una delicia con mucho mariscos .besitos

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    1. Gracias ANgélica tambien me encantan los chupes, besos

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  13. Dear Gloria, I love old cookbooks. The best recipes are always found in them. They use hearty ingredients and always taste good. The fish pudding must be delicious. Blessings my dearest. Catherine xoxo

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    1. Thanks catherine I love old cooking books are the best!! have a nice day!

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  14. Toda la razón, me encantó el "Zapallarino", los chupes me gustan mucho y lucen de maravilla y a mi me parecen salvadores cuando hay que estirar ingredientes para un par de comensales extra.
    Estaba especial para el dia dela cocina chilena. Cariños.

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    1. ES que además me encantan los chupes, lo comios para el Viernes Santo y a todos les encantó y tiene la gracia que lo puedes hacer con los mariscos que quieras, un abrazo

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  15. What a great idea, will remember this one.

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  16. Estos chupes son insuperables. Me encanto!

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  17. Mmmm... pero que rico Gloria. Me dieron muchas ganas de comer una pailita con este chupe delicioso. Ojalá tuviera más tiempo, lo haría a ojos cerrados.
    Un abrazo

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    1. Cuando puedas lo haces, más adelante tendrás mas tiempo a mi tambien me encantan, acuerdate que se pueden hacer con mariscos congelados o tarros igual queda super!

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  18. this is something new to me, it sounds wonderful!

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  19. j'y plongerai bien ma cuillère, un vrai régal
    bonne soirée

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  20. Very unusual recipe Gloria! I will have to try it, it really intrigued me!

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    1. Thanks Katerina, is really nice!

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  21. ok we need to come up with a better name than seafood pudding because that sounds a bit nasty...but i would def give this a try...and i dont wear glasses, they are my sons version of my sun glasses....smiles.

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  22. ha really? so he wants you use glasses LOL anyway you look nice with it! ha! Brian You you dpnt like seafood ?? anyway the name in spanish is Chupe de mariscos ha!

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  23. Seafood and me do not agree. But the cat would surely eat that.

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  24. I sure the cat really would enjoy Pat:))

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  25. This would make a great Lent recipe Gloria. I bookmarked it to make later.

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    1. thanks Veronica im glad you like!

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  26. Gloria, que rico!! todo lo con mariscos es mi favorito, no me resisto. Cariños

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    1. A mi tambien todo lo que es mariscos me encanta!!

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  27. The pudding looks delicious and the dish ... lovely.

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  28. I never heard of seafood pudding. I love fish, so I'd try it. Looks yummy and fresh :)

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    1. Jax really is so nice and delicious you would love this!

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  29. oh this sounds great look forward to more Chilean recipes hint hint

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  30. Very interesting...I have not tasted one ~

    You are very creative with your recipes ~

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  31. An interesting recipe! I have never heard of seafood pudding.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  32. I don't think I've ever seen a savory pudding before! I'm seriously intrigued.

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  33. Very nice, and different Gloria! This is a really nice idea and a lovely way to prepare seafood.

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  34. Apuesto a que se chuparon los dedos. Que rico estar con los papitos!!!
    Se ve "LA MUERTE"!!!
    Besos!!!

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  35. No sé mucho de la cocina chilena, pero con esta muestra me dan ganas de adentrarme más en su gastronomía. Saludos!

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  36. Healthy and delicious and full of flavor - wonderful!
    Mary x

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    1. Thanks Mary I remember you love these type of dish!

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  37. very yummy pudding....superb...

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    1. Thanks Faseela I wanna make soon the falafel for Esperanza:)

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  38. What a marvelous seafood dish, Gloria! I can always use another yummy shrimp dish :)

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    1. Lizzy I love all seafood dishes and fish is the best (for me) ha!

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  39. I love seafood! I think one night when it's really cold and raining, I will make a clam chowder! :)

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    1. Thanls Jeanne happy to see you again:)

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    2. I'm so sorry to hear about your dog. I hope he feels better soon. I will keep him in my thoughts for you, my friend. *HUGS*.

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  40. no he probado los chupes pero viendo el tuyo imagino que algo me estoy perdiendo, jeje. que bonitas recetas que están presentando ustedes, las chilenas, a lo largo del mundo :)

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    1. gracias Sole los chupes son deliciosos!

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  41. what an interesting dish - i love seafood!

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  42. Hi there, this is a really nice post about fish/seafood. It would be great if you linked to it in my Food on Friday series. This week it is about all things fishy and seafoody. Food on Friday

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