3 September 2011

Dulce de leche and chocolate dessert (Manjarates)











This delicious recipe is adapted from one of my friend Pilar, she has a nice blog En mi cocina hoy, Pilar always have amazing recipes in her blog.
You can stopping by too in her blog in English Recipes from South America.
This a  mix of Dulce de Leche Mousse and cover with chocolate sauce.
Try this and Im sure you will feel in love of this dessert!

 


Dulce de leche and chocolate dessert


Ingredients (8 ramekins of 1/2 cup)

1 can evaporated milk chilled all night hopefully
2 cups of Dulce de leche 
 I use the canned condensed milk (or dulce de leche caramel)
1 / 2 cup fresh whipping cream
1 envelope unflavored gelatin
1 cup  dark chocolate in pieces
1 tablespoon of whipped cream

Method


In a large bowl put the evaporated milk and beat with mixer
on high speed until thickened, about 4-6 minutes depending
on the power of the mixer, volume should increase at least twice.


Add the dulce de leche and beat on low speed for 1 minute until fully incorporated,
 add cream and beat on high speed for 2 minutes.

In a bowl put the unflavored gelatin and cover with cold water, stir to wet all the gelatin and let stand for 1 minute, add half a cup of boiling water and stir 1 minutes for the gelatin is completely dissolved.
Add the dissolved gelatin (can use a strainer if you are not sure which dissolved all) to the mixture of dulce de leche  and beat for 1 minute more.

Spoon mixture into individual wells and refrigerate for at least 1 hour.

Melt the chopped chocolate into small pieces (1/2cm) in a bowl and melt in microwave for 45 seconds on high, remove and stir for 1 minute, if not already melted, continue heating in 20 seconds and stir for 1 minutes each time, when this all melted add the spoonful of cream  and then spoon fill each ramekin  of dulce de leche  and spread.
Refrigerate 10 minutes and serve.



Im sharing this with



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EN ESPAÑOL

Manjarates hechos en casa
(postres de dulce de leche)










En Chile conocemos bien los manjarates y de hecho es un postre que los niños y los no tan niños adoran-(Para los que no conocen es un postre de dulce de leche con chocolate)
Chile es el único país en que al Dulce de leche se le dice Manjar.

Cuando vi esta receta en el blog de mi amiga Pilar (chilena que vive en USA) supe que tenía que hacerlo pero  por diversas circunstancias no pude antes-
Debo decir que es una receta absolutamente deliciosa, fue un éxito y los niños ya quieren que lo haga de nuevo.
Gracias Pilar por una receta deliciosa, los invito a ver otras recetas de Pilar en su blog En mi cocina hoy les encantará.


Ingredientes (8 pocillos de 1/2 taza cada uno  aprox)

I tarro de leche evaporada helada en el refrigerador
de un día para otro
2 tazas de manjar o dulce de leche
1/2 taza de crema para batir
1 sobre gelatina sin sabor
1 taza de chocolate de cobertura en trozos
1 cucharada de crema (para el chocolate)

Preparación


En un bol  poner la leche evaporada y batir con batidora a velocidad alta hasta que espese, unos 4-6 minutos dependiendo de la potencia de la batidora, debe aumentar de volumen al menos al doble.



Agregar el dulce de leche y batir a velocidad baja por 1 minuto hasta incorporar totalmente, agregar la crema y batir a velocidad alta por 2 minutos.

En una taza poner la gelatina sin sabor y cubrirla con agua fría, revolver para que se moje toda la gelatina, dejar reposar por 1 minuto, agregar media taza de agua hirviendo y revolver 1 minutos para que la gelatina se disuelva totalmente.

 Agregar la gelatina disuelta a la mezcla de dulce de leche y batir un poco más

Repartir la mezcla  en pocillos individuales y refrigerar por al menos 1 hora.


Derretir el chocolate picado en trozos pequeños  en un bol pequeño y derretir en el microonda por 45 segundos a potencia alta, sacar y revolver por 1 minuto, si aun no esta derretido, seguir calentando en intervalos de 20 segundos y revolviendo por 1 minuto cada vez, cuando este todo derretido con una cuchara cubrir cada pocillo de manjarate y emparejar. Refrigerar 10 minutos y servir.

63 comments:

  1. Gracias Gloria por esta delicia, a mi tambien me gusta mucho el blog de Pilar, esta receta seguro que la hago, no hay nada mas delicioso que el dulce de leche con chocolate!!!!!!!!
    sweetcakestoronto
    Besitos y feliz fin de semana
    miri

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  2. Qué receta! No tenés idea de cómo extrañamos el dulce de leche, para comprarlo tenemos que viajar 40min mínimo con buen tránsito, otra horita de regreso... Y el caramel no es lo mismo. Delicioso!
    Un beso,

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  3. Gracias amiga por tus lindas palabras, esta receta realmente hay que compartirla, es exquisito, acá tb preguntan cuando lo hago de nuevo.
    Me alegro mucho que haya gustado tanto en tu casa.

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  4. OH my dear Gloria, you are a Dessert Queen. There is not one dessert you made that did not make me drool! HUGS!

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  5. Hola! quiero preguntarte alguna variante a la leche evaporada ya que ni en Argentina ni en Uruguay se consigue y vi algunas recetas que la requieren. Aunque aquí tenemos excelentes dulces de leche vale la pena probar tu receta.

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  6. Mmm que rico! Y que original! Me encanta, especialmente el chocolate derretido que se ha fijado por encima... lo mejor para mi jaja

    Besos!

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  7. No me extraña que tus hijos quieran repetir ¡vaya delicia de postre!! Besos

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  8. Une belle recette à tester...tellement bon du dulce de leche!! Bisous

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  9. I don't like ddl, but this is something my husband would like to eat.

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  10. Los manjarates de Pilar han dado la vuelta al mundo, son un éxito asegurado.
    Bss

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  11. You just blew me away with this dessert Gloria; melts in your mouth.
    Rita

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  12. Que tentación tan exquisita, maravillosa.

    Saludos

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  13. Just got the one word for today's post ... DROOLING!

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  14. Manjarate que rico!!! es uno de mis postres favoritos y eso que lo compro (que flojita yo), este debe estar mucho mejor así que apunto la receta.
    Cariños!

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  15. OH MY! What an incredible, yummy, delicious dessert!!!! This is deserving of every nice adjective I could use. It looks heavenly. Particularly when you can see the golden inside.

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  16. Oh my goodness, Gloria...this looks absolutely sinful (and absolutely perfect)!

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  17. this looks like a dessert I certainly would enjoy!

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  18. Un dessert délicieux.
    J'aime beaucoup.
    A très bientôt.

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  19. MI Gloria!!!, esto no engorda nada verdad???? :)
    pero que quieres que te diga, es tentador y me guardo la receta!!...más si viene de dos de las chilenas maás simpaticas y buenas cocineras de la blogosfera!!!:)
    que tengas un buen comienzo de semana amiga!!
    todo bien??? te mando mis mejores deseos linda!!!!
    besitos!

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  20. I think I'd definitely fall in love with that dessert!

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  21. This recipe is fabulous! Can't wait to make some :)

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  22. What a fabulous treat - these desserts look SO good - I would love to try one right now :)
    Mary

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  23. Mmmmmm delicioso como todo lo que haces.
    Besos

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  24. Gloriaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!! LO QUIEROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! madre mía que ricura!!! con lo que me pirra a mí el "manjar" como ahí lo llamáis!!! me encantaaa Gloriaaa!! aisss ahorita que ganas de algo dulce coñeeee!!! por tu culpa eh! jajaja!!

    Un besiño Gloria!! :)

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  25. Hola Glorita!!
    Como estas? Yo bien pero con harto que hacer por eso sigo medio perdida...mihijo se sano de la viruela, estuvo bien y hoy amanecio con una fiebre =/ no sé que será, dice que siente rara su guatita asi que le di un antipirético infantil y aguita de manzanilla, estara bien con la manzanilla??

    Que rica receta, se parece al manjarate...me encanta!

    Puedes pasarte por mi blog... te deje un premio =)

    Besitos,
    Emma

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  26. puf! decí que por acá es difícil conseguir la leche evaporada, que sino ya estaría haciendo esta receta...
    con el nombre de dulce de leche sólo se conoce en argentina y uruguay. en méxico es dulce de cajeta (sí, ya sé, suena feo, jajaja).
    ¡saludos y buen comienzo de semana!

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  27. WOOOOOOWWWWWWW... amiga querida!!! Pero que delicia de postre. Hace mucho que no veía estos manjarates... mmmm... no se cuando, pero los voy a tener que hacer. No podría aguantar la tentación.
    Son una delicia!!

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  28. DDL + chocolate! What a detectable combination!

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  29. Oh dear Gloria, you're a "bad" "bad" girl, presenting such decadence when I haven't had dessert yet! Any left?

    Your friend's blog is lovely. That Banana One Thousand Layer Cake of hers looks heavenly:)

    Thanks for sharing...

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  30. This would be amazing Gloria. Dilce de leche mousse I think I am in heaven.

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  31. Oh My! I don't think anybody can resist this dessert, looks so yummy. Thank you for linking this delicious dessert with Any One Can Cook :)

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  32. That is one super decadent dessert with dulce de leche mousse and chocolate!

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  33. A divine dessert! Few things beat the combination of chocolate and dulce de leche!

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  34. Hi! this looks so good! yum!
    we have almost the same one here in the Philippines, the leche flan...but yours looks more yummy with the chocolate in it.
    Stumbled to your site thru "anyone can cook".
    Here's my entry: http://busykitchenette.blogspot.com/2011/09/stir-fry-mushrooms-and-kangkong.html
    Glad to follow you!
    hope you can visit my site and follow me too! Thanks!

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  35. Gloria, can pass some over, this is so awesome.
    I had a cute triple award waiting for you at my blog.

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  36. Wow, what a fabulous dessert! Wish to have some right now! Looks so good!
    Have a great week, Gloria!

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  37. Well Gloria, I certainly came home on a good note with this recipe! Dulce de leche in anything is sheer heaven and this looks wonderful!

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  38. Cracking into that pool of dulce de leche looks heavenly!

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  39. These dessert treats look amazing. Wow. Love it.

    Cheers.
    Velva

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  40. The chocolate topping really takes Dulce de leche to a whole new level.

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  41. Gloria, what an amazing dessert! How could anyone resist this one??? Love that you've topped it with chocolate~

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  42. Dear Gloria, This sounds delightful. I love pudding and this is a delicious version. Thank you for your visit to my blog. I hope you visit again soon. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  43. How completely luscious! There is nothing better after a great meal than an even greater dessert, no?
    *kisses* HH

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  44. Those look delicious! I will make them. I just need the dulche le leche and I know where I can get it!
    Thank you for sharing!
    Thanks for visiting and following too.
    I am following and subscribing so I don't miss a post! :)

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  45. This dessert looks and sounds devine Gloria.

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  46. Oh wow! This looks amazing Gloria :)

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  47. Thanks by all your lovely and nice comments, xgloria

    Gracia spor todos sus comentarios amigos, besos, gloria

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  48. Oh goodness that does look fab! Great idea :)
    USMasala

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  49. I haven't tried this dessert but yours look awesome, Gloria... :)

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  50. I want one of these for breakfast!! What an amazing idea!!

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  51. Una delicia, que personalmente nunca hice. Ya entre Pilar y tu me tienen convencida de que hay que hacerla, así queda en la lista, besitos y sí, tenías razón en preguntar qué me pasaba, realmente dejé pasar demasiadas recetas ricas sin venir a verte; sorryyyyyy!

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