Donnerstag, 17. Juni 2010

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Since I was in Spain as a child ( to be more precise in Andalucía), I was craving for the arroz con leche I ate there. It has to be cold or be at room temperature and should be creamy or even slightly fluid. Not that mush you are getting here. Also it has to have this delightful taste of cinnamon.

I was looking for the recipe a very long time. Some day I was looking through Aran’s blog and I found a recipe. A recipe, which called for 50g rice per 1 l milk! I was a bit irritated, but after all Aran is Basque and so I trusted her, that she can produce real good spanisch arroz con leche. And I wasn’t disappointed.

Arroz Con Leche

In english you would say rice pudding, in german “Milchreis”. But you can’t compare those with arroz con leche. So arroz con leche is arroz con leche. It’s just different. But better in any way. MUCH better. So give it a try and don’t let yourself put off by the hour you have to invest!

Arroz Con Leche

As you see in the pictures I also made some macarons. I had so much leftover egg whites and the only thing I know to do with them is macarons. So I made a doubled batch (maybe not the best idea) and made two different fillings. One was a white chocolate-peach-ganache, the other one was lemon curd. Both are very refreshing in the summer heat, as a snack in between. If you have summer heat in your area. Ours is just gone – 15 °C – that’s no fun!

Arroz Con Leche

                        

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