22 September 2014

Roasted milk (gluten free recipe) (Leche asada)













The roast milk  is a typical recipe from our childhood. 
When the desserts still not come in jars or  or plastic containers. 

All these desserts are typical  like  leche asada -floating islands (nevada milk)´- course Flan - Wine dessert and rice pudding. 

Funny that my kids still love these desserts. 
I made this dessert and take  to my mother on Saturday for 
lunch  and they loved literally! 

It's like flan  but  better  I think. The best is eat after refrigerate by a while. 
They are so old desserts (like  wine dessert) of course I remember my grandmother making ​​this recipe.

Source: Manual práctico de cocina (Pablo Huneeus)
(recetas tradicionales)



Pears tree




Ingredients
(6 servings)

6 eggs
6 cups of  whole milk
2 teaspoon vanilla extract
8 tablespoon of powder sugar
orange zest

Caramel
5 tablespoons granulate sugar
some water


Method


Melt granulated sugar with water (enough to cover the sugar) in a medium pan until it turns a golden blonde color .. 

Don't stir  only move a little the pan to all be golden. 

Turn off and put in a baking dish to cover the bottom of the pan. 
Care to empty the caramel could burn. 

Then in a large bowl beat the eggs and add the powdered sugar- milk-vanilla and orange peel. 

Pour the mixture in the baking dish where the caramel is ready. 
Oven at 180 ° c. 
Bake at  oven for 40 minutes. 
Remove from oven and let cool by a  time. 
Then refrigerate to be chilled.






Bungavillia in my porch




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Im sharing this recipe with Joyce of Kitchen flour to Cook your books





EN ESPAÑOL

Leche asada 











Completando este mes de recetas especialmente diciocheras agrego esta receta de Leche Asada que hace tiempo no hacía.
La llevé para la casa de mi mamá para el 18 y fue un éxito:)
Bueno mis hijos adoran estos postres.

Vi varias recetas pero finalmente me quedé con la receta de Pablo Hunneus (Manual práctico de cocina chilena) al cual recurro siempre (lo tengo desde que me casé.)
Lo unico que cambié fue agregarle 2 huevos. Lo demás igual y queda perfecta.

Ingredientes

6 huevos
6 tazas de leche
2 cucharaditas de vainilla
8 cucharadas de azúcar flor
cáscara de naranja

Para el caramelo
5 cucharadas de azucar granulada 
y agua para hacer el caramelo

Preparación

Derretir el azúcar granulada con agua en un sarten mediano hasta que tome un color rubio dorado.
Luego verter en una fuente que vaya al horno puede ser metálica o de pyrex.
Ver que se esparza todo el caramelo en el fondo de la fuente.
Reservar.
En un bol batir los huevos y agregar el azúcar en polvo-la leche-cáscara de naranja y vainilla.
Cuando está bien unida la mezcla se vacia en la fuente en que está el caramelo.
Precalentar horno moderado (180°c)
Llevar a horno por 40 minutos y se notará que está lista porque se verá cuajada.
Retirar del horno y dejar enfriar un rato. Luego poner en el refrigerador para que se termine de enfriar.


97 comments:

  1. Am I going to be first?
    Maybe?

    Your recipe looks very appetizing ~ Yum
    Cheers ~ Eddie xx

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    1. I AM first! . . . and second
      That is a first for me, being first at your place!! . . . . :)

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    2. Beat poor Betsy, she will be mad haha floating islands you say, may they float away

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    3. Pat that is not quite conclusive
      The Ohio gal's a bit elusive
      She often sprints to the line with a burst
      On Gloria's blog and gets there first
      But I thinks she's in her studio
      If she's not there I haven't a clue -de-o . . . . . lol

      But sooner or later she will see it
      And then we'll both have to flee it . . . . lol
      Hello Betsy
      Hello Gloria

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    4. Thanks Eddie! Yes you are first!
      Patt you are really funny:)anyway Betsy knows she can stop here when she wants:)

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    5. I got beat today! Eddie probably ate the whole thing, too! I know Pat didn't! haha.

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    6. Yes is true Eddie us first time he is thye first yes Pat only eat some foods :)

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  2. davvero una coccola golosa :) un abbraccio, buona settimana

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    1. Different?
      well...
      Im not sure what that you mean!

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  4. Una vera golosità :)
    Buona settimana!

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  5. Yum - sometimes the oldest recipes are the best recipes. I bet that's why the twins like it so much - reminds them of their childhood and it reminds you of yours too! Love your pear tree and bougainvillea - so pretty, Gloria.

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    1. Thanks Suzy ! I love bouganvillea and especially this color!
      Always I wanted a bounganvillea and hope my pear tree give pears this year!
      xo

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  6. Ciao Gloria una ricetta molto deliziosa, buona settimana

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  7. Gloria: I love the old desserts too! And, I love your new header.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  8. I have never heard of this. I like old fashioned things too! xx

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  9. It's lovely! Sometimes I think those simple, old fashioned desserts are the best!

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    1. Yes I think the same is like a flan but more simple and is glten free because only eggs ans milk!!
      xo

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  10. I've never heard of this dessert (but it does remind me of flan). It sounds absolutely delicious!

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  11. Yes Joyti taste like a flan and is delicious:)

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  12. Hi Gloria, love recipes with history, this sounds wonderful.

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    1. Yes Cheri .;)
      This recipe make me think in my grandmom and my mom if course:)

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  13. This sounds like an interesting dessert. Sounds like it would be yummy. I love to make desserts that I remember from my childhood too.

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  14. Gloria, Sometimes there is nothing like the original! Thanks for this lesson in what was and what should be from time to time... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  15. I know it is late, but after reading this, I am craving sweets.

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  16. My mother cook this kind of flan too ( without orange ) and i love that !

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  17. No conocía este dulce , parece muy bueno !!

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  18. this is just like creme caramel... looks so delicious...

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  19. Buonissima! Una ricetta che non conoscevo!!! :P
    La tua bouganville è splendida!
    Un bacione!

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  20. Delizioso questo dolce cara,complimenti!!:-)
    Ciao bacionii

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  21. Oh, I love that you've shared a dessert from your childhood. You can never go wrong with custard and caramel :)

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    1. Thanks Lizzy is a really vintage dessert but we love it!

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  22. What a delicious treat ! Perfect for serving it on a blue Monday. Sure this will lifted up our spirit a little bit. hehe....
    Hope you're having a lovely week ahead dear.
    Blessings, Kristy

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  23. I'm just loving all your family recipes, Gloria. I think the reason things like this dish (and floating island ) are so popular is they are comfort foods and mean family.

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    1. Yes you are right Barbar.A lot of ours treats and food are comfy food!
      And these are desserts we know through many years!
      xo

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  24. The perfect comfort food! Yes, this would definitely lift the spirits on a difficult day...I will certainly be trying this one, Gloria!

    Big Hugs xxx

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    1. Aw thanks Ygraine yes i think In this like comfort food too and hope you like!!

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  25. wow! It's soooo great! I love milk but i never roasted it:) looks sooooo yummy!

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  26. Que buena pinta Gloria!! me encanta, voy a mirara todas las delicias que has preparado en mi ausencia jaja! Besos

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    1. Rosana que buena ! Acabo de pasar por tu blog y me encantó tu quiche!
      Bienvenida again!!
      xo

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  27. This looks quite interesting Gloria! I am curious to try it :-)

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  28. I love that you introduce us to foods I haven't heard of before!

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  29. what a delicious dessert Gloria, un abbraccio !

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  30. You forgot the topping of Maple Syrup! Tut!

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    1. Maple syrup keith?
      Ha this recipe doesn' t maple syrup.
      Only has the caramel on the bottom of pan.
      Ah you are teasing me?
      Tut!

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  31. Hi Gloria!
    First I must say, that Pear tree is awesome!!! And that Bougainvillea, oh my goodness, gorgeous!

    As for that Milk Pudding, it sure sounds like comfort food. Many of the cookbooks I have from the early 1800s have recipes for "roasted milk" that they call milk pudding. It was especially important for people when they were sick.

    Thank you so much for sharing the recipe, Gloria...I'm sure it made everyone all comfy and warm:)

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    1. Aw dear Louise is absolutely true roasted milk is for us really comfort food (and delicious)
      And we always can eat a lot!
      Im happy you love my pears tree dear, I noticed this year is georgeous
      Blessing it, and hope the lovely birds dont eat all pears.
      And love my bougavillea I love especially the color!
      She is begin to blossom!
      A big hug dear:)
      xo

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  32. How interesting Gloria ~ I have not read or tasted one like this ~ Thanks so much for sharing dear ~

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    1. Thanks Grace I think you would like because you love flan:)

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  33. This looks and sounds amazing, Gloria! I need to give it a try!

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  34. Absolutamente deliciosa, quiero probarla en cuanto tenga un ratito!!

    Besos, hermosa.

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  35. Reminds me of creme brulee, only so much more, love the look of it!

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  36. I love these old childhood recipes! It looks delicious!

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  37. sounds delicious to me...and i love those home made desserts that dont come in a can....i have a few from childhood that i cling to as well...

    thanks for checking on me...i just needed time to recover from a hard season....not out of it all the way yet but getting there....smiles.

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    1. aw Brian Thanks God you were OK.
      Happy to see you again . Try to make all more slowly and I know is difficult but you have to care you:I
      Thanks for stopping by:)

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  38. Hi Gloria,
    Roasted milk dessert is new to me! Looks wonderful and how lovely to preserve the old traditional recipes and passing it on to your children!
    Your pear tree is gorgeous!
    Thanks for sharing with CYB!

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    1. Thanks Joyce was a hard month and for this sometimes I cannot make more recipes to add. But At least I added two.
      Thanks to yu dear:)

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  39. I've never had something like this before. It looks and sounds delicious Gloria!

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  40. I love that it's gluten free so I can eat it :) I've never tried a recipe like this before, it looks delicious!

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  41. Ce flan est délicieux. J'en mangerai avec beaucoup de plaisir.
    A bientôt

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  42. Ooohhhh, this is a fabulous dessert! Refined tasting and delicious. I wish I could sit at your table to enjoy your wonderful treats.

    Cheers,

    Rosa xo

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  43. I always loved flan but haven't had it in ages. This looks so good--and doesn't seem too hard either. Thanks for sharing!

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