26 March 2014

Molten dulce de leche cakes








These Molten dulce de leche are really tempting, honestly, If you know my blog some years, maybe you noticed I love dulce de leche. (If you want make your dulce de leche see in Labels: Dulce de leche.
The time in this recipe is important so invert and serve the cakes hot, just out the oven.

Source: Bon Appetit and  the recipe is from the chef Florencia
Courrèges from Uruguay.





Ingredients
6 ramekins

 salted butter
2 1/2 tablespoons flour plus
more for ramekins
2 large eggs yolk
1 large egg
1 2/3 cups canned or jarred dulce de leche
(preferably Nestlé)
vanilla Ice cream (optative)

Method

Preheat oven to 180°c
Butter and flour ramekins
and  transfer to a rimmed baking sheet.

Using an electric mixer beat egg yolks
and egg in a médium bowl until doubled
in volume and eggs hold a slight ribbon
about 2 1/2 minutes.
Add  dulce de leche beat until well blended,
then gradually add 2  1/2 tablespoons flour.

Divide batter among the ramekins.
Transfer sheet to oven. Bake cakes until outsides
are Golden Brown in color but the center still
jiggle, about 12 -14 minutes.
Transfer sheet to a rack. Run a knife around edges
of ramekins to loosen cakes.
Invert onto plates or into shallow bowls.
If you like serve hot with some Ice cream.

Not: If you can't serve  just out the oven,
only warm are absolutely delicious.



Print recipe here

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En español

cakes con dulce de leche












Encontre esta deliciosa receta  cakes con dulce de leche (o manjar) en una revista Bonn appetit, receta de una Chef uruguaya Florencia Courrèges, que trabaja en un restaurant en
Uruguay.

(tengo que terminar algunas traducciones que me faltan demás esta decir  que he estado con mucho trabajo (mis papas, los niños y estamos haciendo unos arreglos en la casa) pero les recuerdo que la receta la pueden traducir con el traductor, en todo caso cualquier duda pregunten no más.


Ingredientes
para 6 bols de cerámica.

mantequilla para los bols
2 1/2 cucharadas de harina sin polvos
(lo rico de esta receta es la poca harina que lleva)
2 yemas de huevo
1 huevo
1 2/3 tazas de dulce de leche o manjar (preferible si es Nestlé)
helado de vainilla para acompañar (optativo)

Preparación

Precalentar el horno a 180°c-
Enmantequillar y enharinar  los bols de cerámica u otros.
Colocar sobre una bandeja para horno.
En un bol con batidor eléctrico batir las yemas y el huevo,
hasta que doblen su volumen y estén espumosas.
batir durante unos 2 y 1/2 minutos.
Agregar el dulce de leche o manjar, hasta que esté bien mezcado y fialmente agregar las 2 1/2 cucharadas de harina
batir hasta tener una crema homogénea.
Repartir en los bols la mezcla.
Llevar al horno en una bandeja de horno por unos 12 a 14 minutos o hasta que estén dorados pero en el centro todavía blandos como flan.Solo el centro.
Se puede servir con helado de vainilla o solos.
Si no se pueden servir inmediatamente no importa ya que  son igual de  deliciosos.

112 comments:

  1. wow what a fun treat and new take on molten cakes :-) wish you could join me for tea one day

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    1. ah me too Rebecca Im sure if we can join would be fun!!:)

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  2. Gloria, I don't recall ever eating a molten dulce de leche cake... These little treats really look good! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. David I think you would love really!! (tell Laurie)

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  3. Sounds absolutely delicious! would love to try too!

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  4. Oh no! I had the big kids over for dinner! I'm late! haha. Looks so wonderful! yum!

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    1. But you always come lol

      Im sure you would love this Betsy!

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  5. First I ever even heard of it at my sea

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    1. Well finally something
      new in your sea
      but Im sure you don't
      want to eat!

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  6. Dulce the leche inside the cake...it sure looks delicious Gloria.
    Hope you are having a fantastic week my dear :D

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  7. oh i have had molten lava cake but not this flavor...
    i bet it is delicious.....
    drooling....

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    1. Absolutely Brian and Im sure yours kids would enjoy this so much:)

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  8. Love these little masterpieces by Gloria. They require that special touch and timing and you got it, girl! :) ela

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    1. Thanks Ela, are best they are little because is easy eat someones:)

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  9. Pues sí que tiene buena pinta y servido caliente recién salido del horno como dices tiene que ser una delicia pero grande ehhh

    besazos

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  10. Oh my God!!!This is such an inviting dessert!
    Kisses,dear!

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  11. wowwwwwwwwwwww che buono!!! :P baciiiiiiii

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  12. What a great take on molten cake! I want one too!

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    1. Are really delicious Angie, thanks!

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  13. A heavenly dessert! Mmmhhh, that oozing center is ever so tempting...

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  14. It 's very delicious, I love the dulce de leche! xxx Ely

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  15. Hi Gloria,
    A lovely dessert! I once made a dulce de leche cake, and we love it. So I know that I would love this as well! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks Joyce, I think in add to Cook your books!

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    2. Thanks for linking, Gloria! Have a great weekend!

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    3. you are welcome Joyce, you know I enjoy your event!! xx

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  16. They look absolutely delicious Gloria, and I like your new header picture by the way too!! xx

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  17. mmmhhh! Dulce de leche! and what a delicious way of using it :-).

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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    1. And the recipe is from Uruguay, you have friends there!:)

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  18. J'adore le dulce de leche et tes gâteaux doivent être délicieux. J'en mangera avec plaisir.
    A bientôt

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    1. Je aime le dulce de leche Nadji:)

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  19. Che belli questi dolcetti e che goloso ripieno!

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  20. This looks nice. And fun to eat.

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  21. Gloria I just just made a version of these..will try your recipe next..they look nicer!

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    1. Thanks Monique, I hope you enjoy this recipem I loved!!

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  22. Now I admit I'd never heard of dulce de leche, but I know what it means. Angie's looking at me wondering how come I've never heard of dulce de leche. She knows everything about cooking and baking, it's incredible. She also likes café bon bon. I don't know how that is relevant, but I'm sure there's a connection somewhere. :)

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    1. I can't believe Grumpy you never heard about dulce de leche.
      Here we grow eating dulce de leche, you never heard about alfajores o mil hojas cake with dulce leche.
      Normally we boiled condended milk and you have dulce de leche.
      Anyway I have a label with dulce de leche recipes!
      And have and Indianf recipe of dulce de leche desserts.
      Oh dear I need a savoy food.
      Many sweets today:)
      Hugs to angie!

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    2. There are many things Blue does not know in his show It's terrible, I know. I always eat without showing an interest in what it's called. It's a bad habit. I love condensed milk. Hugs to me too?

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    3. hugs and kisses to you:)xxxxxx

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  23. Is your dulce de leche like condensed milk Gloria? Because in my native country, we have dulce de leche like a spread that we can eat by itself ~ Can you tell me how you get the dulce de leche brown in color? I don't think we have it here ~ Thanks again ~

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    1. yes Grace is sweet condensed milk, you can boil the tins in water in a pot, let cool and open, is about 1 hour to thye have this brown color.
      Or you can see other tips in my Label Dulce de leche. Some people Open the tins and boil the condensed milk in a pot always stirrins. Any thing ask me;)

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  24. Grace here I will let you other recipe and is so good from a friend of mine
    ulce de Leche Auro's Recipe


    Ingredients

    1 liter whole milk

    200 cc of double cream

    100 grs. golden sugar

    200 grs. granulated white sugar

    Vanilla zest

    a pinch of bicarbonate


    Method


    In a pot heat the milk and vanilla zest to medium heat, stir with a woodespoon, when is boiling add the double cream,the two sugars and bicarbonate .

    Was taken a cinnamon color. Continue stirring, about 1 hour and half begin to thicken,continue stirring is ready when you look the bottom of the pot, let chill and place in jar as a jam or use to filling treats or you may eat with a teaspoon!!!

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    1. this is different you can use whole milk but is yumm! anyway I boil te Nestle tins too!

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    2. Thanks so much Gloria ~ I have always wanted to know how to make it brown ~ Will cettainly try it ~

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    3. you are welcome Grace, tell how you make ! x

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  25. Gloria, I love your these little cakes, they look wonderful!

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  26. Sooo lovely and I wish to to finish all of them :)

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  27. ...qué bueno debe estar con una tacita de té...

    Saludos
    Azmara

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    1. Si Azmara con o sin tacita de té, ha!

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  28. Mi querida Gloria, parece que este pasado fin de semana todas nos pusimos de acuerdo para hacer lo mismo. Nosotros también como Monique de La Table de Nana, la hicimos. Otra receta, claro pero la tuya parece preciosa y deliciosa. Os llega el otoño y a nosotros finalmente la deseada primavera.
    Un abrazo y gracias por compartir

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    1. que genial como a veces se coincide en recetas es verdad. o en el tipo, pero esto es tan rico que importa ja!
      Si hoy saqué fotos a los liquidamabar y espero ponerlas más tarde en el side bar.
      Espero que disfrutes la primavera, besos!!!

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  29. I love the look of these. I love that filling and dulce de leche...I must have told you before but it reminds me of my fab time with my relatives in Argentina. I love it! Have a fab weekend XX

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    1. Thanks Alida, is true, all South America love dulce de leche !
      have a lovely weekend dear !

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  30. Que deliciosos cakes Gloria!! me encanta el dulce de leche, hace tanto tiempo que no lo tomo...los probaré. Besos

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  31. Molten lava? Sounds almost dangerous, haha!

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    1. very funny! I said molten Dulce de leche not LAVA ha!

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  32. Oh, how I'd love to enjoy one of these! They look and sound delicious, Gloria and I can imagine how creamy the filling is, sinful! lol!

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    1. Yes Pam is absolutely tempting! true!! :))

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  33. Oh My! These cakes looks scrumptious:)

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  34. Si tienen manjar, me encantan. Así que estos cakes son de todo mi gusto.
    Un abrazo y buen finde.

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  35. Oh my. This looks SO good! I heave never made a molten cake, but have ALWAYS wanted to!

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  36. What a spectacular dessert, Gloria!!! Both beautiful and delicious!!! Have a great weekend, my friend!! xo

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    1. Thanks Lizzy, hope you are doing well:)

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  37. Just had to drop by - it looks absolutley delicious.
    May I have some?

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    1. Wrong email used! That's better.
      Nice seeing you at Betsy's

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    2. Of course you can Eddie!
      Yes we are seeing at Betsy's!:)

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    3. You are welcome anytime to my humble abode any time, although the menu is not nearly as good as yours! I can offer you a cup of instant coffee, a delicious baked beans on toast with a fried egg sunny side up, pickled onions, a bag of crisps, and a custart tart, plus witty conversation and my blog writings will make you laugh!!
      I see you live in Chile - much warmer than here. I am sorry I do nor speak Spanish.

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    4. Glad you enjoyed the meal and the post.

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    5. Thank you for your comments at my place.
      I was so pleased I almost bought a pair of castinetes! lol ;)

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  38. Cake and pudding in the same bite! Delightful, Gloria.

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  39. Your mini cakes look delicious! I love dulce de leche, yum :)

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  40. Love all that dulce de leche flowing out of the cake.

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  41. I absolutely adore dulce de leche and these looks fantastic! Like a dulce de leche version of chocolate fondant. Love it!

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    1. Thanks hazel is really delicious!

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  42. What a clever use for dulce de leche--which I always have! My daughter was looking over my shoulder going, "make that, make that!"

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    1. Thanks Inger, yes all here love dulce de leche ha!

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  43. I love dulce de leche...and these little cakes look SO tempting...:)

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  44. Beautiful - I love the way the filling is oozing out

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  45. Absolutely mouthwatering,Dear Gloria!
    You make me drool by seeing these amazing pics!
    Besos!

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  46. If there's anything I love more than dulce de leche, I can't think of it. Looks delightful all oozing out!

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  47. What a divine idea! I'd love these molten cakes too.

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  48. Hola Gloria! Yo estoy enamorada también del sabor del dulce de leche y ver esta receta es demasiado tentadora para mi, me la he guardado porque tengo que hacerla.
    Besos y feliz tarde.

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