17 September 2013

Dulces San Estanislao (Dulce de leche and almonds treat)









September is the month of the Patriotics days  in our country, and tomorrow the day that  we celebrate the Independence day.
Always  in this month we have a special recipe, this time I made a delicious recipe Dulces de San Estanislao (
and this curious name is a very old traditional sweet delicious dulce de leche with almonds.)
Still these treats are typical in some weddings.
The recipe is from the blog of my friend Claudia, Blog Dulcinea who has delicious recipes especially sweet treats.
With this recipe I participate in el Buscador  de recetas chilenas and you can see others chilean recipes there.











Ingredients
 
 1 tin  sweet condensed milk (boiled about 40 minutes)
or Dulce de leche
300 grams  grounded almonds
1 tablespoon of butter
5 yolks
 rainbow sprinkles
 

Glaze 
 
130 grams sugar glass
1 teaspoon of white egg
lemon juice (about  1 teaspoon of lemon juice)
 
If needed add some sugar glass, until you have a glaze to decorate the treats.
 
 
Method
 
 


Put the condensed milk cooking in  a pot cover with wáter about 40 minutes  to obtain a blancmange.(If you use Dulce de leche  you don't have to boil)

Place the dish in a pan with butter, stirring until the mixture begins to boil, then add the ground almonds.
 Cook a couple of minutes, then add the yolks one by one and cook until the mixture comes away from the pan.

Put the mixture into a 20 cm square pan, previously buttered and let cool.


For the icing, put together all ingredients and stir until you have a mixture of good consistency and homogeneous.

Once this cold the dulce de leche and almonds batter , put the icing on top and decorate with rainbow sprinkles.
 Let dry and then cut into squares to serve.










EN ESPAÑOL
Dulces San Estanislao

















Ya estamos en este mes de Fiestas Patrias y con el grupo del Buscador de recetas chilenas siempre hacemos algo especial.
Esta vez hice unos dulces antiguos y deliciosos que se llaman Dulces San Estanislao del blog de mi amiga Claudia que tienes deliciosas  recetas, el log se llama Dulcinea.
Estos dulces antes se veían más en los matrimonios juntos con mazapanes y yemitas, son absolutamente deliciosos.

Ingredientes

1 tarro de leche condensada (cocido si es en olla presión sólo 30 minutos) si ocupan deulce de leche o manjar no tienen que hervir el tarro, pero la idea es que el manjar sea más bien claro como manjar blanco.
300 gramos de almendras molidas
1 cucharada de mantequilla
5 yemas
mostacillas de colores

Glace

130 gramos de azúcar glass o azúcar flor
1 cucharadita de clara de huevo
jugo de limón (lo necesario para tener una pasta para decorar si se necesita agregar más azúcar)

Preparación


 

96 comments:

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    1. Hey! Dulce de leche! I still need to bake with it! Looks really good and so pretty with your sprinkles and little papers!

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    2. and thanks for posting after I got home from the grocery and was sitting at my computer! lol!!!

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  2. Hi Betsy, yo are welcome LOL
    You arrive just in times!
    (still I have to finish the lunch but only we are Ditto and me)
    You can buy Dulce de leche and make all these treats!

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  3. wowo i am certain i will love this super yumm.

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    1. super yum...haha...love that.

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    2. Thanks Finla, yes I love super yum!! really is!

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  4. Hello Gloria!
    Very nice small sweets!!!
    The recipe you wanted for the cheese pie is on my english blog...
    Take care!

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    1. Thanks Peps I saw, thanks by translate!!

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  5. Wishing you a very happy Independance Day, Gloria! Those treats look like perfect celebration food! Enjoy it, my friend! All the best for the rest of Patriots month! :)

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    1. Thanks a lot Jeanne, hope you have a nice week!

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  6. Ces petits gâteaux sont gourmands et très tentants. Une recette à essayer très vite.
    Bonne fête à vous et à bientôt

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  7. Yum! I already like dulce de leche, now with almonds it is even better...
    Thanks for this simple recipe and hope you are having a great week Gloria :D

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  8. Sprinkles make everything festive:)
    Love the small wrappers that match the roses of the table linens Gloria~

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  9. These sweet treats looks really good!!!!

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  10. Oh Gloria! what beautiful treats - I LOVE the ingredients - so delicious and simple!!
    Mary x

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  11. Gloria, Very pretty little candies/desserts! I gave the recipe to my wife, who loves sweets... Thanks and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  12. These almond treats loook so delicious. I need a few of them.

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  13. these look so cute! Definitely gonna make some of these =D

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  14. I can't resist dulce de leche in any form! These look great!

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  15. Dulce de leche is the best! Delicious little treats!

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  16. Oh my! That is right up my alley, Gloria. Simple drooling over those ingredients and your little finished mouthfuls. Wish I could have just one. The calories!

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    1. Thanks Barbara, ah for these is better you dont think in calories LOL

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  17. I could clear the whole batch in two minutes. Time me.

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  18. I have just tried these delights, Gloria...they are absolutely delicious!
    Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe. You are so talented! xxx

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    1. I think you would love these Ygraine, are really good!

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  19. Not bad. I actually learned something from this post!

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  20. oh, looks so good. This would be such sweet treats for my little boys.

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  21. Que delicia Gloria!! con dulce de leche que me encanta...espero que pases un felices días. Besos

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    1. Gracias Rosana el dulce de leche es uno de mis favoritos!

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  22. Such beautiful, decadent bars, Gloria!!! I'm off to a blogger convention so will see you next week :)

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    1. Yes I love these are like Little pastries, have a nice time in the convention!

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  23. I'll take the almonds at least

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  24. I love your Chilean recipes best of all: food is such an interesting window into a culture.

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    1. Yes Sarah and I love to know about others food country is amazing and fun!

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  25. mmm the elements of this are very tasty...i like almond..and the dulce de leche...bet this has a real nice taste...

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    1. Thanks Brian is a really special treat about Colony times, this is the fun and also deicious the mix of dulce leche and ground almonds is delicious!xo

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  26. So delicious Gloria...... When almond is added to Dulce De Leche....,it adds the taste and gives you a wonderful treat :)

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  27. Hi Gloria,
    Happy Independence Day to your beautiful Chile!
    The dessert looks so yummy and pretty, perfect for the happy occasion!

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  28. A fabulous treats! I bet they are addictive.

    cheers,

    Rosa

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    1. asolutely addictive!! Really are delicious!

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  29. Gracias por tus comentarios Te amo!
    Puede eliminar este comentario si no lo necesita más.
    Echa un vistazo a Gloria, he traducido el texto a través de Google y espero haber respondido a su pregunta ella.
    Besos
    Irène

    180 g de harina
    3 huevos
    1 paquete de levadura en polvo
    120 ml de leche, tibia
    Aceite de 60 ml
    Sal y pimienta
    50 g de queso Emmental rallado
    200 g de queso de cabra (papel)
    1 puñado de hojas de menta, picada
    1 manzana grande, cortado en dados pequeños

    Precaliente el horno a 180 °.
    Batir los huevos, para dar la harina mezclada con la levadura en polvo, la leche, el aceite, la sal y la pimienta y mezclar bien.
    Queso Emmental, cortado en pequeños trozos de queso de cabra y hojas de menta y revuelva.
    Finalmente, levante la parte de abajo de manzana.
    La masa de relleno en una caja forrada con papel de hornear,
    Hornear 45 minutos.
    Dejar enfriar en el molde.

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    1. Thanks Irene I will sabe this récipe, have a nice day, x

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  30. Hola Glory! Felíz "18", que lo pases super bien!!!
    Muy rica la receta, los dulces son mi debilidad y cuando tienen almendras, mas aún!!
    Besitos!!!

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    1. Gracias Rosario feliz 18 para ti!!
      Estos dulces son muy buenos!

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  31. Delicious little treats for celebrating great occasions!
    Kisses!

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  32. The sprinkles make them look so festive! I hope you had fun, Gloria. Hugs to you and your family. xoxo

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    1. Thanks dear Elsie, my mom and dad are here, but they are OK. send you huggs!!xoxo

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  33. Great little treats, looking delicious!

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  34. Que cosas más bonitas y ricas Gloria!!

    un besote linda.

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  35. I enjoyed reading about these cakes. They look interesting. I love dulce de leche and I am sure these are very nice!

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  36. This looks delicious! :D I'm looking forwards to checking out the other Chilean recipes you linked to, because it's not a cuisine I know very much about.

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  37. I love your new header, Gloria! Red polka dots! So cute!

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    1. I was looking in Pinterest you know I always love to chenge my header lol

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  38. Happy Independance Day, Gloria! I'm so glad you are sharing a special treat with us for your celebration. They look absolutely adorable. I bet they are so tasty too! We are celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month here in the states until October 15th.

    If I do a round-up on the 15th of October, I would love to include a link to your post. (I don't know if I will be able to do it yet, trying:)

    Thank you so much for sharing...Have FUN!

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    1. Thanks dear Louise I will happy you include my link:))

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  39. Happy Independence Day! These little dulche almond bites look addictive.

    Velva

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    1. Thanks Velva, yes they are addictive Im agree!!

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  40. adorable and petite treats,love dulce de leche and love almonds...together in this delicious recipe...we are hooked...will be making this soon,thanks for sharing :-)

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  41. Gloria, I love dulce de leche is so sweet and delicious!!!
    Have a great Friday

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  42. I feel like grabbing a piece.

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  43. Bellissimi dolcetti, complimenti!!!!

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  44. Love dulce de leche! These little treats look wonderful.

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  45. Dulce de leche is always a special treat. These look delicious!
    And thanks for your comments on my blog. I love Valparaiso too!

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  46. I love that these are small bite-sized treats.

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  47. Que me gusta cuando se "desempolvan" las recetas de antes:
    Estos que hiciste y que lucen lindos y son tan sabrosos, son de esos que si no los seguimos haciendo; pasaran a la categoría de e x t i n t o s.
    Sería triste.
    Gracias por traerlos de regreso.

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