14 April 2013

Pastelera Calameña (corn pudding of Calama)







I have made others corn recipes ,pastel de choclo (corn pudding) they  have different ways throughout the country  and now I find and old recipe from the north of Chile, Calama.
This is more sweet than others but really delicious.
I adapted this recipe from an old cook magazine, "Saber comer y vivir mejor" year 1969.
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With this recipe I participe in Blogger chilenos en el día de la cocina chilena (April 15)
To see other chilean recipes you can see here






We love eat corn pudding with tomatos salad




Ingredients
 (5- 6 servings)

5 larges corns grated
or 2 bags  frozen corn about 
500 grs each one (grinded)
or corn tins.
2 tablespoon of butter or vegetal oil
4 tablespoons onion finely chopped
4 tablespoons of heavy cream
4 eggs
salt tasted
1/2 cup of  sugar
glass sugar to sprinkle
basil leaves (optative)

Method

In a large pan fry the onion in the butter or oil and add the corn mix  already ground in a blender.
Stir constantly for about 15 minutes over low heat.
add eggs one by one.

Seasoning to mix with salt and pepper, add the granulated sugar and finely chopped basil (optional)

Butter some ceramic dishes and preheat oven at 180°c
and filled with the corn cream sprinkle with sugar and bake at oven by 15 to 20 minutes or until they have a golden crust.

Serve with chopped tomatos.

Zoe of Bake for happy kids invited me to sharing this recipe in
Little thumbs üp and Im happy to make.
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Pastelera calameña











Esta pastelera de choclo (aprovechando los últimos choclos aunque siempre puede hacer con choclo congelado y queda muy bueno)fue un hallazgo para mi, buscando algo que hacer algo para el día de la cocina chilena (mañana 15 de abril) muchas de las recetas ya las he hecho hace tiempo y quería algo rico, encontré esta receta en unas revistas antiguas de mi mamá
"Saber comer y vivir mejor" en ese tiempo que era directora Laurita Amenábar , en ese tiempo no habían programas de cocina ni muchos libros de receta pero estas revistas son muy buenas, mi mamá me las regaló hace tiempo y las leo de vez en cuando y tienen estupendas recetas.

Me encantó encontrar esta pastelera del norte porque sé poco de la cocina del norte, y quedó absolutamente delicioso.

Es curioso como las mismas recetas típicas a veces son diferentes a lo largo de Chile pero igualmente deliciosas.
La receta original no lleva albahaca pero yo le puse un poquito porque no puedo no ponerle albahaca al choclo, pero le puse optativo. :)
Con esta receta me uno a los Blogegrs chilenos en el dia de la cocina chilena mañana 15 de Abril.
Si quieren ver otras recetas vean aqui.


receta original



revista Saber comer año 1969



Ingredientes 
(5 a 6 porciones)

5 choclos grandes 
rallados o pasados por la licuadora
o 2 bolsas de choclo congelado de 
500 gramos cada una molido 
2 cucharadas de mantequilla 
o aceite
4 cucharadas de cebolla picada fina
4 cucharadas de crema
4 huevos
sal al gusto
1/2 taza de azucar granulada
azúcar para espolvorear
hojas de albahaca picada (optativo)

Preparación
En una olla grande freir la cebolla picada en la mantequilla o aceite (you usé aceite ) y agregar el choclo rallado o molido en la licuadora.
Revolver constantemente hasta cocer el maiz, más o menos unos 15 minutos.
Retirar del fuego un poco e ir agregando los huevos de a uno . Mezclar bien y sazonar con sal y pimienta  y agregar el azúcar granulada.
Cocer unos minutos más siempre revolviendo y agregar si se quiere un poco de albahaca picada.
Enmantequillar las fuentes de greda o de cerámica y rellenar con la mezcla de choclo, espolvorear encima con azúcar y llevar a horno unos 15 minutos, o hasta que la costra de la superficie esté dorada.
Servir con tomates picados.







71 comments:

  1. First first, Betsy is worst!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. The green part I'd eat at least haha

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    2. silly!! Betsy is in Church at this time!

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    3. catching the next flight to Chile! Save me some! haha.

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    4. oh come dear, we always will have a plate for you!!LOL
      Pat is so proud because is one:))

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    5. yes, but the real prize would be to eat your cooking! haha. Can I have his dish, too? lol....

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  2. I've never had corn pudding before. I love eating corn so I'm sure I'll enjoy these too. Thanks for sharing :)

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  3. it's very intersting and delicious..blessing simmy besitos..

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  4. ¡Qué rico tiene que estar, Gloria!. Me gusta muchísimo el pastel de maíz, y la presentación te ha quedado preciosa.
    Un beso.

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  5. These puddings looks really good!

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  6. this must be very delicious!

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  7. Gloria, I've never had corn pudding... It sounds like something that I'd really like. Thanks for the recipe! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  8. Hi Gloria. There is a restaurant we like that has the best corn pudding. I love the slightly sweet, thick texture of this dish. Yours sound very good too! Hope this finds you well, and enjoying your Autumn!!
    xo Kris

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    1. Dear kris I think you really would enjoy this a little sweet, thick texture; is the best; is my favorite plate on the summer; and you enjoy your spring; love your little farm!:)

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  9. un plato delicoso Me encanta y lo otro que me gusta es ver esas revistas Guardalas que son un tesoro
    besos

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    1. Gracias Angélica, realmente las guardo como tesoro son super buenas y les tengo cariño, mi mamá ya no cocina mucho.besos

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  10. QUERIDA GLORIA, ESAS REVISTAS SON UN TESORO, QUÉ SUERTE QUE TU MAMI LAS GUARDÓ. LA PASTELERA ME FASCINA, ESTA RECETA SE VE ESTUPENDA, BIEN DULCE, ME ENCANTA, AUNQUE NO SEA TAN SALUDABLE, PERO POR DIOS QUÉ RICO. ESPERO HACERLA ALGÚN DÍA, VA A MI LISTADO DE PENDIENTES. BESITOS

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    1. Pamela mi mamá igual que yo guardaba todo lo de cocina (gerardo siempre dice, que vamos a hacer con tantas revistas y libros? y yo digo nada) Me llamó la atención que fuera dulce porque yo no le echo azúcar al pastel pero la quise hace rtal cual. besos amiga mía!

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  11. Very interesting recipe Gloria! I love to see authentic Chilean recipes :)

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    1. Thanks HAzel is absolutely a recipe from the north of Chile!

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  12. Yo tampoco puedo no ponerle albahaca al choclo, me parece que no queda igual.
    Una delicia con toda seguridad.
    Besos amiga.

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    1. ah Kako me fascina la albahaca es una pena pero acabando el verano ya es dificil encontrar creo que es por el clima!

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  13. I have never heard of corn pudding, sounds good.

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    1. Dawn this corn pudding is really delicious!

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  14. I've never made corn pudding but I can see just how delicious it must be. We love corn in the summer when it's fresh from the farmers market.

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    1. Thanks dear fresh corn in summer is delicious!

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  15. Calamena... I''ve never heard of it but I'd sure like to take a bite :))

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    1. Dear Grumpy I think you cant eat, you are allergic to eggs!

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  16. This made my snowy-April soul smile. Saving this for corn season (if summer ever comes) because I think it would be incredible with freshly-picked corn!

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    1. Corn season is the best Claudia and this recipe with fresh corn is amazing!

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  17. Que rico, me encanto esta receta rescatada de la revista. como ha cambiado el look de las cosas...
    Gracias por participar.

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  18. Hi Gloria,
    I have never had corn pudding this way before, and these looks good! Thank you for sharing, have a great week!

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  19. Wow! Pudding looks so delicious!! :)
    http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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  20. hey gloria...smiles...had to come by before signing off for the week...smiles...sounds good...in the first recipe it says 4 tablespoons of finely chopped...but it does not say what it is...ha...sounds interesting, so let me know as i might make it...

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    1. oh silly me is onions:) sorry and thanks by say me Brian. I have to fix. I will miss you and hope to come back soon! Im tired too...smiles.. take care dear Brian.

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  21. I have never tasted corn pudding this way before. It looks delicious.

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    1. thanks Mich I think you would like!

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  22. Dear Gloria, I love the combination of the corn pudding with the tomatoes. Very delicious. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  23. Sembrano davvero molto gustose queste cocotte. Mi piace il mais :) Un abbraccio, buona settimana

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  24. Que buena receta Gloria, me la anoto, se ve deliciosa!!

    Besos.

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  25. These corn puddings are amazing! Love your serving dish too.

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

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  27. I've never encountered anything like this before! What an intriguing dessert!

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    1. Dear Joanne really we eat at lunch with tomatos not like a dessert, but is really delicious!

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  28. This is so unusual...Can't wait to try it!

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    1. I think you would enjoy this is yumm!

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  29. This is a unique recipe. Looks fantastic. I love the combination of the pudding with tomatoes...sweet-sour combos are my favourite:-)

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  30. A wonderful pudding! That recipe is really original.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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    1. thanks Rosa is a typical recipe from Chile:)

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  31. Oh Gloria, I love the savory corn pudding...looks creamy and so rich in flavor...I must give this a try since I love corn.
    Enjoy your week my dear :)

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  32. I've never made corn pudding but looks delicious Gloria !

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  33. Hi Gloria,

    Do you wish to link up your post to our Little Thumbs Up event at http://copycakekitchen.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/corn-mushroom-rice.html?

    To do so, please display our badge and mention Little Thumbs Up in your post with links back to Bake for Happy Kids, my little favourite DIY or/and Esther from Copycake Kitchen.

    Cheers!

    Zoe

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  34. Zoe I will be happy to add my recipe to yours little Thumbs Up:))

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  35. Hi Gloria,your corn pudding looks fantastic!!!! thank you for submitting to LTU :)

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    1. Love your blog Esther! Thanks for invite me!!

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  36. Que buena receta Gloria! tiene una pinta deliciosa. Besos

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    1. oh Rosana ustedes comen maiz?? mi abuela (asturiana y porfiada:)))
      no comía nada con maíz, pero este es delicioso!

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  37. This is new to me; looks interesting and yummy. Nice presentation too X

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    1. This is our really typical dishes Alida, really delicious!

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