11 September 2013

Banana and apples meringue pudding







I find this banana and apples pudding in one of my old  cooking books, (white and black picture:) from a issue from here ("De mujer a mujer Diario La tercera)
You know I had some olds bananas but I hadn't biscuits to make the other pudding I love.
This was delicious too!







Ingredients

3 eggs
4 tablespoons heavy cream
2 tablespoons caster sugar
4 bananas  in slices
3 apples peeled and  in slices
1 teaspoon orange zest
3/4 cup granulated sugar


Method

 
Preheat the oven to 180 °
In a bowl beat the egg yolks and add the cream and icing sugar .
In a buttered pyrex pan put alternate layers of sliced ​​bananas and apples in slices and  sprinkle with orange zest. and then add the cream with the yolks over  the bananas and apples. -
Bake to  oven until set (about 10 minutes)

 

Make the sugar syrup for merengue

In a small pot over low heat, combine sugar and water. Swirl the pot over the burner to dissolve the sugar completely. Do not stir.  
Wash down the inside wall of the pot with a wet pastry brush. This will help prevent sugar crystals from forming around the sides, falling in and causing a chain reaction. Prepare your meringue.
In the bowl of an electric mixer, whip the eggs whites and a pinch of salt on low speed until foamy,  increase the speed to medium, and beat until soft peaks form.

With this meringue decorate the banana and apples pudding and place in the oven again to brown slightly. 



Print recipe here




Im sharing with  Cook your books from Kitchen flavours (Joyce)




EN ESPAÑOL
Budín de plátanos y manzanas con merengue






Este budín de plátanos y manzanas con merengue surgió porque buscaba algo para hacer con unos plátanos, manzanas siempre tengo, adoro las manzanas, y no tenía galletas para hacer ese otro budín que ya hice que es con galletas de champaña.
Resumen, esta receta es deliciosa y me encanta  ya que los materiales no son difíciles de tener en casa. Además  es fresco y delicioso.
 Esta receta es de un recorte que tenía en mis cuadernos de La tercera ( de Mujer a mujer super antiguo) y sinceramente esas recetas eran estupendas.

Ingredientes

3 huevos
4 cucharadas de crema espesa (Nestlé u otra)
2 cucharadas de azúcar flor o azúcar glass
4 plátanos pelados y en rodajas
3 manzanas peladas y en láminas
1 cucharadita de cáscara de naranja rallada
3/4 taza de azúcar granulada

Preparación
Calentar el horno a 180°c
En un bol batir las yemas y luego el azúcar flor , mezclar bien.
Aparte en una budinera o pyrex (como el de la foto) poner capas alternadas de manzanas en láminas y plátanos, hacer varias capas.
Al finar espolvorear la ralladura de naranja sobre la fruta.
A continuación vaciar la crema con las yemas sobre la fruta.
Llevar a horno hasta que se vea compacto y suave.

Preparar el almíbar de pelo
En una ollita combinar el azúcar granulada  con un poco de agua a fuego suave.
No revolver mientras se cocina hacer hasta que tenga la textura de almíbar de pelo (orar con una cucharita)
batir las claras con una pizca de sal a punto de nieve un merengue firme, agregar de a poco el almíbar de azúcar, batir bien hasta ver que el merengue esté listo.
Colocar sobre el pyrex con la fruta y llevar a horno por unos 5 minutos o hasta que esté dorado.
retirar y dejar enfriar antes de servir.






 

90 comments:

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    1. Now this looks very good...and totally new to me! I've never seen anything like it! I want a big bowlful! haha.. yum!

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    2. well, loke first, the win and a lovely friend... you can eat all LOL

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    3. Yes eat all, have fun. Look we both had banana today at our bay. Even glory dear can join in with my little rhyming rear

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    4. ah yes we both have bananas (but you had a lot of things) anyway I think bananas are really healthy :)

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    5. Well a lot does hit the spot

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  2. Gloria: What a lovely bowl of deliciousness!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  3. I think I will make this for my Mother! Hope you are well Gloria. Besos!

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  4. Que delicia, me quedo con tu receta, buenas noches

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  5. esto aoarenta ser un manjar, besos

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  6. Never had something like this, I have to say, it looks really good!

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  7. wow thought this had to be only lemon! very creative

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  8. I have black and whites too:)

    Meringue makes everything so pretty Gloria:)

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    1. Ah Monique yes Ihave still some black and whites recipes:)
      Im agree I love meringue in desserts and cakes!:)

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  9. Wau Love this combination... banana, apple and Meringue........I never had this dish before...Thanx for sharing Will try it....

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  10. Dear Gloria, A delightful dessert. Blessings dearest. Catherine xo

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  11. What an interesting combination Gloria! Your meringue looks just perfect. I have never been able to get meringue to look so nice. Once again I wish I could just have a teeny tiny nibble:)

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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  12. Gloria this must taste amazingly delicious. I have pinned it already, and I hope to try it soon.


    Hugs

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  13. Hi Gloria,
    Banana and apples in meringue pudding sounds amazing!
    And I love your blue bowl and plates! Very pretty!
    Thank you for sharing with CYB!

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  14. Your meringue pudding looks good! Love the combination of bananas and apples.

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  15. Why is it I get so hungry when I visit your blog?Delicious!

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  16. Oh boy Gloria! That looks wonderful!! Loving it! xxoo

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  17. Heavenly! That combination is very original and I'm sure your pudding tastes amazing.

    cheers,

    Rosa

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  18. Saw this pinned on Pinterest, Gloria. Looks divine! Love that browned meringue and all the goodies underneath!

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    1. Thanks barbara other récipe I love is your bananas pudding is delicious!

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  19. I love the combo of flavours, Gloria. The meringue topping is the killer!

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  20. Thanks dear Angie ! I love maringue:))

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  21. Wow, I've never seen something like this before, looks wonderful!

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  22. un dessert parfait et délicieux bravo
    bonne soirée

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  23. i usually shy away from making anything with meringue because it's so fickle and i don't really like its taste, but you've done some gorgeous work here!

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  24. Un pudding bien gourmand.
    J'en voudrai.
    A bientôt

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  25. Oh boy, do these look amazing!! All my favorite ingredients!

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  26. nice...i've had banana pudding but never with apples...this sounds like a cool change...and tasty...printing this one gloria!

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    1. Thanks Brian, .. I think you forgot me lol

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  27. I love meringue, and this looks like a great way to serve it!

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  28. Yum, this looks like my kind of dessert!!

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  29. Gloria, We've never had a dessert that contained both apples and bananas. It sounds really interesting! Thanks for the recipe... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  30. Great post, thank you for sharing.

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  31. wow this looks so good J likes school but misses me and finds it tiring

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    1. oh Dear Im sure she miss you, you always play with her and the little boy. Hope she will be better, is not easy, Ditto dont like the first months of kinderganten I remember well, isn't easy. Take care!

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  32. Gloria this looks so creamy. A wonderful combination banana with meringue. My mouth is watering!

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  33. this looks so delicious Gloria, thanks for sharing! Have a nice weekend, un abbraccio !

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  34. How beautiful! I love the fruit infusion in this!

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  35. Glorita, qué rico te quedó!! estamos conectadas! bueno, fines de invierno, lo que nos sobran son las manzanas y las bananas, también puse peras y mucho arándano para hacer un pie. Besitos

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    1. Gracias Pamela, encontré que era una muy buena receta para ocupar los plátanos y bueno manzanas siempre tengo me encantan. Me encantan las peras pero ya las comimos au natural y yo quería hacer algo! pero me pasa con la fruta la cosa es que se aporveche. besos

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  36. So lovely, Gloria! Your meringue is PERFECT!!!

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    1. Thanks Lizzy I hope you are doing well, xx

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  37. Goodness, this looks really good ~

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  38. Otro postre delicioso, me encanta Gloria, te ha quedado precioso con esos ramequines tan bonitos. Besos

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  39. Gloria, your meringue looks so good and even better to top it up, with bananas and apples. What a lovely combination!

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