domingo, 31 de enero de 2016

Agholotti de cereza o caramelo / Cherry or caramel Agholotti

Buenas tardes!!!

Hace muuuuuuucho tiempo que no publico en el blog, pero esque entre el trabajo y otras cosas pues no doy a basto >_<
El otro día en el trabajo buscando alguna cosilla para probar algo nuevo me encontre con esta receta italiana y me hizo tanta gracia que pareciera un plato de pasta que no me pude resistir a hacerlo *o*
Podeis hacerlas con esta forma o con ravioli o tortelini, como vosotros querais.
Bueno, aquí os dejo la receta.

Good afternoon!!!

It´s looooong time that I don´t writte any post but with my job and other things I cant with anything else >_<
Last day in the job I was looking for something new to do and I found this italian recipe and was really fun that look like pasta so I couldnt to wait to make it *o*
You can make it with this form or ravioli or tortelini... like you like it.
Well,, here is the recipe.

Ingredientes                                       / Ingredients:

- 280 g Harina                             - 280 g Flour
- 200 g Mantequilla                    - 300 g butter
- 150 g Azúcar                            - 150 gr Sugar
- 150 g Harina de almendra        - 150 gr almond flour
- 3 yemas                                    - 3 Egg yolk

Con la mariposa batimos la mantequilla con el azúcar, echamos las yemas y agregamos los ingredientes secos. Cuando la masa esté formada hacemos una bola y la metemos en la nevera por una hora

With the paddle mix butter and sugar, add yolk and then dry ingredients. When the dough its ready make a ball and leave rest in the fridge for 1 hour

Sacamos la masa de la nevera y la estiramos con 1 cm de espesor. Cortamos con un cortador de galleta redondo

Take it out from the fridge and strech it 1cm. Cut it

Ahora rellenamos y doblamos presionando un poco el borde.
Yo he usado amarena y caramelo. Vosotros podeis echar imaginación y ponerle lo que os guste :D

Now fill it and fold it, press a little bit.
I used amarena cherry and caramel, you can use whatever you like it :D

Lo cocinamos a 180ºC durante unos 6 minutos mas o menos, hasta que doren

Cook it 180ºC arround 6 minutes, until golden

Y este es el resultado de nuestra "pasta"
Espero que os guste ^^

And this is the resoult of our "pasta"
I hope you like it ^^

1 comentario:

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