8 July 2012

Blueberry kuchen (chile) a Guest post






It is with great pleasure to have a a guest post from Gloria from one of my favorite blogs Canela Kitchen especially for wonderful cakes served with tea.


Gloria is a sweet Mum to twins and lives in Chile a country on my bucket list. I asked for a traditional recipe from there and so interesting to learn that German cakes are famous in Chile. I hope one day to visit Chile and have tea and cake with my friend Gloria ;-)



Rebecca from the lovely blog Chow & Chatter invited me to make a guest post, I accepted with
pleasure I love Rebecca blog, love her recipes, her travels and pics... and her kids LOL

She said I would make any recipe from Chile, I choose this Kuchen recipe with blueberries, especially all of you are in summer and can use blueberries or others berries.

In Chile we have a large tradition of german cakes or kuchen because in the south of Chile arrived many german people with their recipes and we love especially for Tea Time and if you want to look other kuchen see here, Normally is a cake with cream and fruits (berries or others)

Anyway Im from the South of Chile a place where rain a lot of time in the year and we love take tea or coffe with some goodies, so this was a natural choose for me.

This recipe is from a friend of mine, Moon a chilean that live in Atlanta, Ga. you can see others recipes of her here
Hope you enjoyed this recipe as I did !








Ingredients

80 grs. soft butter
1/2 cup of sugar
1 egg
1 1/2 cup all purpose flour
1 teaspoon of baking powder
3 tablespoon of milk
1 tin condensed milk
3 natural yogurt (whole) about 227 grs. c/u
250 grs, blueberries or blackberries

Method

Dough


In a bowl beat butter with sugar and egg.
Add flour and baking powder, alternating with milk. mix well.

Preheat oven to 180 ° c
Grease a round pan about 23 or 24 cm
Put the dough with your hands into the mold leaving a border along the edge of the mold.
Bake crust for 10 minutes. Remove and fill with the blueberries and then filling with the yogurt and condensed milk cream.
Bring back to oven for 20 to 25 minutes until the cream is firm and does not stick to fingers
Remove and let cool before cut.

Filling

In a bowl mix a can of condensed milk and 3 natural yogurts . mix well and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Then pour the cream over the blueberries and kuchen crust, and place in the oven.





Print Recipe here



Chilean wood cook in the South

EN ESPAÑOL

Kuchen de arándanos








Rebecca del blog Chow & Chatter me ha pedido que le haga un post acerca de Chile con alguna receta, y el kuchen fue mi elección porque yo soy del sur y es caracteristico tomar té o café con un trozo de kuchen, y en verdad, me trae muchos recuerdos de mi infancia y mi mamá o mi abuelita cocinando
para la hora del té.

La receta es de Moon, una amiga blogera chilena que vive en Atlanta Ga. y es absolutamente deliciosa.
Pueden ver otras recetas de Moon aqui.

Ingredientes

80 grs, mantequilla suavizada
1/2 cup of sugar
1 huevo
1 1/2 taza de harina sin polvos de hornear
1 cucharadita de polvos de hornear
3 cucharadas de leche
1 tarro de leche condensada
3 yogurts naturales
250 grs. de arándanos o moras
(naturales o congeladas)

Preparación

Masa

En un bol batir la mantequilla, azúcar y huevo luego agregar la harina y los polvos de hornear alternando con la leche.
Colocar esta masa en un molde redondo enmantequillado de unos 24 cm.
Extender la masa con los dedos dejando una pestaña.
Precalen tar el horno a 180° y cocer durante unos 10 a 15 minutos.
Agregar los arándanos o moras directo a la masa,
Sobre estos vaciar la mezcla de yogurt con leche condensada.

Relleno
Para el relleno mezclar el tarro de leche condensada con los yogurts naturales.
Dejar reposar en el refrigerador por unos 30 minutos y luego vaciar sobre la fruta en el molde,
Llevar nuevamente a horno para que cuaje la crema por unos  25 minutos hasta que se ve firme y no se pegue en los dedos.
Dejar reposar hasta que se enfrie completamente antes de cortar, despues guardar en el refrigerador.




100 comments:

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    1. Yes, I am! Yippee! Ooooh...I want a piece of this right now! That is gorgeous, gloria!

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    2. Yeah you are the first dear:))) I love to make this post to Rebecca when you have time if you dont know visit her, have a nice and fun blog:)
      I love to make this Betsy, work all day yesterday (I mad ethe kuchen and the post) but I loved I remember a lot where I born in the south of Chile, really I love this post:)

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    3. ok...I will visit her! I thought I would make this today, but I don't have the yogurt. I'll buy some this week. Looks amazing! And I didn't know that about the Germans in the south of chile! Really amazing!

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    4. Yes many years ago arrived a lot og german in the south of Chile and thet bring a lot of recipes (I have someones) and still they make.
      And of these german recipes are now part of our life and food, for this I have a label KUCHEN and have some kuchens but really love this recipe of my friend Moon.
      The mix of natural yogurt with condensed milk is awesome.
      Try to have natural yougur always I make ricotta with them.LOL

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  2. OMG, blueberries recipe!!! I love them and I like your cake very much.

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  3. OMG, blueberries recipe!!!!!!! I love them and I like your cake.

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  4. Oh its so nice....yum...I love blue berries and this looks fantastic Gloria :-)

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  5. I am constantly amazed at your 'talent' for cooking and baking.
    Oh, I am going to learn so much from you. Then I can brag
    about my friend in Chile and where I got the ideas.

    You changed your Logo? Love the dishes!! Are they yours?
    Don't know, but I sure wish they were mine.

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    1. Thanks Deb! You talk about my header ?? lol I always chenge my header he! I love it!
      Yes the plates are mine, some of my Mom she give me, some of my grand Mom and I love buy when I find in antiques or fleas market:))
      Love all antiques:)

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    1. You are welcome Rebecca, you are a really nice friend:)

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  7. Wow! This is so delicious with berries! Love all berry desserts & yours looks so tempting! YUMMY§ :)

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    1. Thanks Kit, ha I know you love berries too!!

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  8. Oh Gloria, this looks so good. I wish I had a slice. I want to make this. I have some blueberries, too. xo

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  9. Si así son los postres en Chile, tomo el primer avión, jeje

    Saludos Gloria!

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  10. That looks divine! I'm eating grapes while I read this =)

    I also loved your quote too, I never noticed it before...

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    1. Elsie I love grapes:)
      Thanks for stopping by!

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  11. Mmm... yummy Gloria! A nice idea with blueberries. I love the cooker from chile!

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  12. Delicious! So happy to have another blueberry recipe as they are in season right now.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  13. I eat blueberries too, so doesn't look too bad of a view

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    1. Imm happy you like blueberries Pat, are delicious!

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  14. What a delicious kuchen! I never knew about the German-Chile connection...good to know. Off to see your guest post :)

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    1. Thanks Lizzy yes many years ago the german arrived in Chile invited by the chilean gobermment and they their lives here have childs and never comeback to Germany and their recipes are part of oour life, LOL

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  15. I want to come visit you some day too. How I would love to have cake with you my friend. Thank you for visiting my blog each week. You are good to me. Maybe one day we can meet in real life. That would be so nice. Have a good week. Hugs, Lura

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    1. oh Lura I will be really happy to know you too:) maybe some day I can go to States, I know I will arrive to your home LOL
      What fun!

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  16. Gloria, Just a beautiful Kuchen... I love fresh blueberries and this is a perfect alternative to blueberries in cereal, muffins, on pancakes or waffles, or even in a salad. Thanks for the recipe. A slice of kuchen and a cup of fresh brewed coffee...yum! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks David I love blueberries too, hope you had a lovely weekend!

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  17. Excelente propuesta amiga. Los arandanos estan espectaculares este año y este kuchen es delicioso. Ojalá harta gente lo haga, felicidades por tu guest post.

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    1. Gracias Pilar, me encantó la receta de la Moon, la suerte que tenía arándanos congelados, besos

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  18. This dessert is just gorgeous. What color and texture! They say we eat with our eyes first... yummy! Gloria, you are a master!
    Thanks for bringing this sweet treat to ON THE MENU MONDAY!

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    1. Thanks Yvonne Im happy you like, you are welcome:)

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  19. Once again you're making me hungry!!!! Blueberries are one of my weak spots. Sooo yummy!! nom nom nom :)

    Hope you had a lovely weekend!! xo

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    1. Im happy the blueberries dont scared you LOL
      Thanks JaX,Yes I had a nice a and quiet weekend is the best!!

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  20. Gloria, this is so lovely. I too love Rebecca's and her blog, what a nice post for her. I like that this is a Chilean dessert. You are the best!

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    1. Thanks Lyndsey I really love Rebecca blog and she is a lovely friend, Im glad you like the recipe:)

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  21. Qué sencilla y deliciosa la receta, por un momento pensé que llevaba huevos y se cocinaba! Un beso,

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    1. Gracias myriam bueno igual se cocina al horno pero no llevs huevos la crema solo la mads!

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  22. That looks like a really delicious cake Gloria! love all the blueberries floating on the top! ymmmy!

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  23. Yum! I love the sound of the filling for this cake.

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  24. looks so delicious with loads of blueberries

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  25. that is pretty cool on the wood cook...but i LOVE the recipe....berries....yum....this has def got my mouth watering...cool on your guest post as well...

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    1. aaah Brian thanks so much! Is really a nice recipe!thanks!

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  26. Se ve muy rico y lo mejor que la fruta está intacta, lista para disfrutar.
    Saludos.

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  27. This looks so scrumptious! I love the stove too :) Thanks so much for sharing!

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  28. Hola Glorita!! Un kuchen bien tradicional, nada como un café con kuchen en estos días de frío. Te dejo un besito

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  29. Dear Gloria, What a delicious looking dessert. It is beautiful. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  30. Gloria, una delicia de pastel. Besitos.

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  31. Friends always make the best goodies!

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    1. What sweet you say and us true!!

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  32. I saw your guest post on Chow and Chatter! This sounds delicious!!!

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  33. meravigliosa molto golosa

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  34. You make such wonderful desserts with summer fruits, this one is no exception. Beautiful!

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    1. Thanks Christine, you know I love berries, :)

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  35. Wow, now that's a cake, Gloria! This is so beautiful and I love how many blueberries are packed into this recipe... I'll take a slice, please :) Thanks so much for sharing!

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    1. Thanks Javelin, love this recipe!

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    2. Just wanted to drop by and let you know I'm featuring this post in Food Fetish Friday (with a link-back and attribution). I hope you have no objections and it's always a pleasure following you…

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  36. Che fresca e golosissima torta :) Un bacio, buona giornata

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  37. Looks just fantastic

    I found you on Stone Gable's On the Menu Monday. I have linked in bacon and scrambled egg rolls. Have a nice week.

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    1. Thanks Carole Ill stopping by!

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  38. That cheesecake is splendid and ever so tempting! Great guest post.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  39. J'aime beaucoup aussi les gâteaux allemands qui sont très bons aussi.
    Cette tarte semble délicieuse. Je note.
    A bientôt

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  40. I love this recipe Gloria since blueberries are my favourite. I also love the blue and white tea set in your header.

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  41. Tiene que estar muy buena con todos esos arándanos, que por cierto me encantan.
    Abrazos.

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  42. Quel Ravissant gâteau!! Sublime comme toujours ma belle Gloria;)xxx

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  43. This looks wonderful!!! I'm your newest follower from StoneGable blog hop. If you have a chance I would love a "follow-back": godsgrowinggarden.blogspot.com
    Thanks
    Angie

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    1. This Angie I look your site and I loved !

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  44. Luce fabuloso amiga, te pasaste! me encantó ver la versión con arándanos. Es tan rico este kuchen!
    Gracias por compartir y por la mención!
    Besos!

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    1. Pero por supuestp Moon y lo que más me encantó que era del sur. Creo que todos los kuchenes que hay en my blog son del sur (los mejores) between us is difficult fin a nice kuchen here in Stgo.
      El que tenia kuchenes estupendos era El Paula es una pena que no esté. Los kuchenes y pasteles espectaculares.
      Me encantó esta receta a y a mis amigas de USA tambien. Gracias Moon,

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  45. Quelle belle photo!! Et très certainement quel dessert succulent!!!! Biz

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  46. Hi Gloria ,

    looks Gorgeous !!!!

    and great effort:))))

    Keep on Gloria...

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    1. Thanks Punitha you always are sweet:)

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  47. looks like a pie but nonetheless, sounds delicious! have a good day, gloria!

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  48. I think I just keep gaining weight just from looking at the pictures of the delicious food that you make. It looks really yummy for my tummy and then my hips, my thighs, my butt, and every where else I can gain weight.

    But it is the best way to put on pounds, just staring at your food.

    God bless.

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    1. Ha! Mrsupole Im aboslutely inoccent LOL! ha,ha
      Nobody hain weight looking pictures;(( thanks for coming dear!

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  49. Hi Gloria!
    Oh my goodness, if you only knew how much I enjoyed this post. Not only for all its goodness but also for the dollops of history you also included. What a GREAT guest post, Gloria!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing...I do declare, you sure are the Queen of the Blueberry, lol...

    P.S. I didn't know you were a mom to twins. How can that be that I didn't know:) Have a GREAT weekend!!!

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  50. Wow look at that cake! I think it's great that Chileans eat lots of German cakes! I do know that Argentina is very European. I love the sound of this for afternoon tea!

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  51. Such a pretty cake. Gloria!

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