3 December 2011

Glazed orange Poppy mini loaves









I know, I know Christmas is here and we have to do something didn't??
So I open my Christmas season with others nice recipes, this Glazed orange mini loaved I saw a lot of time in Contryliving.com and I think would be nice for Christmas, and was:)
I think this recipe is from last year Christmas recipes.
Is a moist and delicious bread and love has  poppy seeds
and orange glaze
because are so nice and moist..
( I had some problems not with the recipe, is about my daugther was making Christmas cookies and when I will make the recipe I saw she used all the confectioners sugar (lol )but fortunately I solved..)


Ingredients (2 or 3 mini loaves)

3 cups all purpose flour
1 tablespoon of baking powder
1 1 /2 teaspoon of salt
4 eggs
1 cup whole milk
4 tablespoon unsalted butter melted
1 1/2 cups of granulated sugar
3 tablespoons of poppy seeds
zest of two oranges
plus 2 tablespoon of orange fresh juice
1 cup confectioners sugar

Method

Preheat oven at 190°c.
In a large bowl combine flour baking powder and salt.
In a medium bowl lightly beat together eggs and milk.
Pour milk texture and melted butter into dry ingredients and stir until just combined.
Add granulated sugar, poppy seeds and orange zest. Mix well and transfer to 3 or 4 nonstick mini loaf pans.

Bake until a skewer tests clean when inserted into the center, 30 to 45 minutes.
Remove loaves from pans and let cool on a wire rack.
In a small bowl mix juice and confectioners' sugar until smooth.
Spoon evenly over tops loaves.

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Im sharing with


Lets cook for Christmas red and green




 
 
MyMeatlessMondays
 





Cakes  con semillas de amapola y glaseado de naranja

EN ESPAÑOL
















Ya sé que la Navidad está cerca, además el tiempo pasa volando
asi que no me puedo hacer la loca, de hecho me encanta pero ha sido un tiempo dificil lo que hace que no tienes ni tiempo para pensar.
En todo caso se abre la temporada Navideña y espero poder compartir algunas recetas Navideñas y de las otras.
Estos pequeños cakes son con semillas de amapolas y glace de jugo de naranja y quedan deliciosos, estan adaptados de una receta de Countryliving.com 

(Tuve un pequeño problema pero no con la receta, cuando la hice anoche vi que no quedaba azúcar glass, La Esperanza ha hecho ya dos veces galletas de Navidda y arrasa, sus galletas estan preciosas (la receta está en Christmas recipes)


Ingredientes (2 o 3 cakes pequeños depende del molde)

3 tazas de harina sin polvos de hornear
1 cucharada de polvos de hornear
1 1/2 cucharaditas de sal
4 huevos
1 taza de leche entera
4 cucharadas de mantequilla sin sal
derretida
1  1/2 taza de azúcar granulada
3 cucharadas de semillas de amapola
la ralladura de dos naranjas más dos cucharadas de jugo de naranja
1 taza de azúcar glass o azúcar impalpable

Preparación

Precalentar el horno a 190°c
En un bol grande combinar harina,polvos de hornear,y sal.
Aparte en un molde mediano batir los huevos con la leche.
Agregar la mezcla de huevos y leche a los ingredientes secos
y la mantequilla derretida.
Revolver hasta combinar bien.
Luego agregar las semillas de amapola y la ralladura de naranja.
Mezclar bien y vaciar a los moldes de mini cakes (2 o 3)
Cocinar de 30 a 35 minutos hasta que al enterrar un palito o mondadiente salga seco.
Dejar enfriar antes de desmoldar.
En un bol pequeño mezclar el jugo de naranja con el azúcar.
Con esta mezcla repartir sobre los cakes despues dejar secar.

72 comments:

  1. Never even heard of them before, but then again my food intake is rather slim..haha

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  2. Ah Pat you always laughing me, but you dont have to know to enoy:)
    and you begin with Christmas so maybe you inspired me:)

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  3. Qué rica esta receta! Gloria, anoche salí corriendo a hacer tu pan multigranos, mezclando los ingredientes que tenía para que me salga parecida al tuyo, y salió muy rico! Como no tengo esa harina multigranos, usé trigo y avena, más harina de salvado. Y logré tu textura, estoy encantada con esa receta también! Te aviso cuando lo posteo, un beso,

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  4. que bueno que te resultó Miryam , si tu me habías dicho lo de la harina, este te va a gustar, besos gloria

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  5. love simple cakes like this and citrus is so great for christmas

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  6. Looks like an easy and yummy recipe!

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  7. Oh gloria this looks like the perfect start to Christmas baking! I love the look of these cakes..very festive and the silver balls are a nice touch too. Orange is a lovely ingredient to make it moist.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  8. QUE DELÍCIA GLORIA!!!
    Y QUE FOTOS!!!
    Me ha ENCANTADO:)

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  9. Very festive Gloria :-).

    Have a good Sunday

    ciao
    Alessandra

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  10. What are those silver balls that you've put on the top? They look familiar but I forget what they're called.

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  11. Hola Gloria: Este cake se ve muy rico. Me encanta el toque de semillas de amapola y el de glaseado de naranjas. Tiene un corte muy bonito.
    Siempre da gusto pasarse por aquí y ver tanta cosa rica que preparas.
    Un abrazo, amiga.

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  12. Que lindos cakes!, tienen una pinta deliciosa, me encanta el glaseado de naranja, que ricos! Besos

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  13. Great combination, oranges and poppy seeds

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  14. Tengo muchas ganas de hacerlo, se ve delicioso!, pero no sé cuanto es una taza de harina, que lástima, no uso esas medidas.
    Besos amiga.

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  15. That lovely cake even LOOKS like Christmas, Gloria! And what marvelous flavors too. Great presentation!

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  16. I always loved to make Lemon Poppy Seed Cake - this is a lovely alternative with orange which I will have to try. Thanks, Gloria!

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  17. Looks so Christmasy! I love the look of this cake! Been a while since I last use poppyseeds in my bakes!

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  18. Looks delicious and very festive. love the decorations!

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  19. Oh, this looks amazing, Gloria! The whole family would love your delicious cake...and it's perfect for the holidays! xo

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  20. I like the header picture...and the bread is very pretty perfect for the season.. Thanks for all your support and visits makes me happy andi

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  21. Hi Gloria,
    Pretty new banner! Your mini poppy bread looks wonderful. I have all the ingredients on hand, so I have to try your recipe! Maybe this afternoon! Thanks for sharing. Have a great week!
    -Lynn

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  22. Thanks Asmita:) Yes it is!

    Thanks Brittany:)

    Gracias té de ternura, :)

    Grazie Alessandra:)

    Dwei they are called silver balls cake and I love for Christmas , I had someones:)

    Nathalia quedó delicioso que quieres que te diga, sino no lo habría posteado así de simple, solo publico lo delicioso:)
    besos y que estes bien:)

    A mi tambien Rosana, te gustará esta receta:)

    Thanks Baking addict I love silver pearls to garnish!

    Thanks a lot dear Lizzy:)


    Thanks whats for desserts:)

    kako ya te mandé por mail las equivalencias, lo que pasa amiga es que en las rectas que ocupo a veces de USA o Inglaterra así vienen y las recetas chilenas generalmente hablan de tas, pero se puede hacer la conversión , cuando tengo dudas hago eso, besos

    Thanks Barbara, I know you love me so much(lol)

    Thomas with orange glaze is yumm! believe me:)

    Thanks Jeannie, I think was time to begin:)

    Andi Thanks Is Christmasy:) I enjoy your blog:)

    Thanks Popiliin I hope you enjoyed this like I love:)

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  23. oh, my, this looks good. love it that you add zest to it!

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  24. Beautiful dessert,Gloria!!!!Perfect for the holidays!

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  25. Such a beautiful and festive bread, Gloria! I love it =)

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  26. I adore pretty much anything with oranges and lemons :) and I eat about 150kg of citrus fruits per year, myself :)
    This sounds nice, and easy to bake, and I bet it is fragrant, but I would leave out those silver pearls at the top :) Orange slices would've looked better at the top as decoration.

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  27. Thanks Erica, :)

    Thanks So much Heather:)

    Dez I love fruits too and we eat around the year, about the silver tops (that I love lol) oranges slices is nice but in this case I want some festive you know:)

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  28. Dez if you want see other desserts of mine a lot of are garnish with fruits, maybe you enjoyed cause you loved fruits the label is: desserts

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  29. That looks so delicious! I love the orange glaze for the holidays. Very nice!

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  30. meraviglioso questo dolce!!!baci!

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  31. PS I always forget telling you that I publish my recipes at my Facebook page :)

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  32. Lemon poppy seed loaves are one my all time favourites Gloria since one of the teachers used to make it and bring it to class.

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  33. I love the combination of Lemons and Popyseeds. Your cake looks moist and delish. Peace be with you.

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  34. Me encanta la nueva portada del blog!
    la receta me fascina, estos bizcochos son de mis favoritos!
    BESITOs

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  35. un dolce che sa di Natale..bravissima

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  36. Ver tal receta es un arte ante los ojos, me imagino saborear tal!
    grcias por compartirlo!

    Dejo mi huella
    Y en ella mi cariño
    Junto a mi paz
    y a un ramillete de lavandas
    Para tu alma,
    E invito a pasar por:

    Mis Blogs:
    www.walktohorizon.blogspot.com
    www.panconsusurros.blogspot.com
    www.cuerposanoalmacalma.blogspot.com
    www.cosechadesentires.blogspot.com
    www.newartdeco.blogspot.com
    www.lasrecetas delaabuelamatilde.blogspot.com

    y si gustas retirar los premios y regalos dejados en ellos.

    Un abrazo a lo argentino!
    María del Carmen

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  37. Oh, I love the look of this! I've never thought to put silver dragees in the glaze, but it sure looks beautiful!

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  38. To me, Xmas is always a stressful season. There is so many things to cook but so little time :D

    Love your orange loaves. They are filled with lots of the coming Xmas festive mood.

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  39. Silver dragees? I thought they were B-Bs.

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  40. Hi Gloria,
    What an elegant presentation for your wonderful Glazed Orange Poppy Seed Bread. It looks fabulous! Hope you are having a great week end and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  41. Pucha Gloria, ojalá el nuevo año traiga mejores aires. Por lo menos siempre tienes la dulzura de lo que cocinas.
    Me encanta este queque.
    Cariños,

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  42. Wow, this is awesome!:) I want this for my Christmas party too...maybe I should request for delivery service from you, LOL!;)
    Love the flavors of the cake...:D

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  43. How beautiful - these are simply lovely and sound delicious :)
    Mary x

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  44. Thanks for this good recipe. It looks so delicious.
    Thanks for dropping by my blog and saying hello. I love hearing from you. I am sending hugs your way. Have a great week.

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  45. Este queque se ve muy rico. Esas perlitas me recuerdan mis tortas de cumpleaños cuando era niña.
    Saludos.

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  46. Dear Gloria, This not only sounds delicious it looks beautiful. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  47. Looks really christmasy and delicious.

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  48. che meraviglia sono a dieta ma un paio di fette le mangerei

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  49. It looks pretty, festive, and delicious!

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  50. This looks so pretty with all the sugar pearls.

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  51. These look delish Gloria - and very Xmas-y.

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  52. Un cake magnifique aux couleurs de Noël.
    j'aime beaucoup.
    A très bientôt

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  53. Gloria ese glaseado me ha robado totalmente la mirada...pero que delicia!!!!

    Besotes y bonita semana :D

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  54. Hola amiga se ve delicioso con ese glaseado y una taza de te, perfecto...besos y gracias por tu visita.

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  55. Gloria, the loaves look very festive and are a must try for Christmas. I love all the poppy seeds in the recipe! Perfect flavors here so it has to be delicious. Thanks for the recipe!

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  56. thanks to all your comments:)

    Gracias por todos sus comentarios, besos

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  57. What a pretty and wonderful bake! Perfect for celebration...

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  58. Genial con ese toque navideño! Seguro que se acabó en un segundo.
    Saludos.

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  59. That glaze looks magnificent, and I love your little decorations. I have a feeling I would love this cake.
    *kisses* HH

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  60. ¡Qué maravilla de miga y de glaseado!. De lo más apetecible.
    Un beso, guapa.

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  61. Glorita! Un queque precioso yuy navideño , y que importa que la nina ocupe el azúcar! Que haga muchas galletitas! Yo estoy en Montevideo, ayer defendió la tesis de Administacion de Empresas mi Nati, aprobó con nota máxima , imaginate la felicidad , hoy seguimos celebrando:) besitos

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  62. Lemon poppy is one of my favorite quickbread/muffin flavors and I'm sure orange poppy wouldn't be far behind! This loaf looks great!

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  63. So moist and heavenly looking! I'd love a slice for dessert.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  64. I adore poppyseed breads and yours looks like it turned out perfectly moist!

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  65. i'm sure many of us are already into christmas baking! i think i'm going to bake less this month..in holiday mood!

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  66. This is definitely making me hungry.

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  67. Gloria, this post is absolutely fetish-worthy and I've been inspired to include it in my Friday Food Fetish blog. If you have any objections, please let me know

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  68. wow cake looks soo inviting & pretty..hey 1st time here & u hav a such wonderful blog..
    .u can link it to my event yummy dessert for new year
    http://pran-oriya-recipies.blogspot.com/2011/12/eee.html

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