Categoría: Los postres británicos

Por Ane Goñi Salaverri

Receta británica de budín de Navidad probada y comprobada

No British Christmas is complete without a Christmas pudding. Despite reports that the traditional Christmas pudding has fallen out of favor for lighter desserts, it is as popular as ever. Christmas pudding is best made well in advance to allow it to mature which traditionally is made on “Stir it up Sunday”, the Sunday before Advent around the end of November. Don’t be put off by the number of ingredients in this recipe, although it may seem daunting, just assemble all your ingredients in advance, and the rest is easy. All that is left then is to make a wish.

Por Ane Goñi Salaverri

Receta de salsa de ron de Navidad

A traditional British Christmas pudding is an essential part of the festive lunch. But what should you serve with it, as there are a variety of sauces to choose from? A Christmas rum sauce is thought of as a classic for this pudding, especially if the dessert already has rum added to it. The hints of spices in the sauce marry so well with the fruits in the pudding that some would say this is a match made in heaven. Christmas Just Isn’t Christmas Without a Traditional Pudding

Por Ane Goñi Salaverri

Receta de galletas británicas de Navidad

Flapjacks in all their forms are an intrinsic part of British baking. These delightfully chewy bars are made mainly of oats, dried fruits, and golden syrup, but you can add whatever else your imagination calls for. Here, they meet the warming spices and fruits of a British Christmas cake. Chunky Christmas Flapjacks are easy to make. Do not be put off by the list of ingredients, as they almost all go into the bowl together for a quick mix and just 25 minutes in the oven. Dip in chocolate if you wish and cut them into bite-sized pieces or small bars. The brandy is optional and should not be added if serving to children. The British version should not be confused with U.S. flapjacks, which are more akin to a pancake.

Por Ane Goñi Salaverri

Receta de grupos de monstruos

Esta sencilla receta de cuatro ingredientes de caramelos para los Racimos de Monstruos no solo es deliciosa, sino que también es increíblemente linda cuando se decora para Halloween. Estos pequeños tr están hechos con palitos de patata en lugar de fideos chow mein y se pueden encontrar en el pasillo de comida rápida en la mayoría de los supermercados. Son pequeños trozos de patata, fritos hasta que están muy crujientes. Cuando se cubren con chocolate, son un fabuloso bocadillo dulce-salado que es perfecto para tu fiesta. Haga que sus hijos le ayuden a hacer esta linda y simple receta. Les encantará formar las pequeñas gotas de palitos crujientes recubiertos de chocolate y añadir los pequeños “ojos” de caramelo también es divertido.