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Thursday, 2 August 2012

Pan amasado Chileno ~ Chilean hand kneaded bread


La otra tentación  irresistible es el pan amasado recién salido del horno. Esta es una receta de familia, algo secreta , algo al ojo - como todo lo que hago. Les he preparado esta exquisitez de la cocina popular chilena a mis hijos y lo comeremos dentro de poco a la hora de once.
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Another irresistible temptation is the kneaded Chilean bread just coming from the oven. This is a family recipe, a bit secret, a bit  of my personal touch, like everything I do. I prepared this exquisiteness of the popular Chilean cuisine to my children and soon we will eat them with avocado at tea time.

Receta luego/ recipe soon.

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13 comments:

  1. Hello Lorena!
    I have a new hobby: learning to make another food.
    Maybe in time I will learn from you. Your stile is different from mine and all you make looks sooooo good. :)
    I tried some different food and I liked it.
    Have a lovely day Lorena!

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    1. Perfect Flory! That is the way forward; International food...careful with the little extra kilos though XD

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  2. Hi Lory.,
    Welcome to blogger!!!
    I'm sitting here having my morning cuppa, wishing I had a chunk of your pan amasao with butter, so I'll have to ask my hubby to make some this afternoon. :)

    I know I've been kinda lost lately, but I will soon get the blog ball rolling again. I've just had to get through a few of life's little glitches.

    Your new home is just as warm and cozy as the last.


    Take care!!! Un beso. :)

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    1. I love it! keeping in contact like the good old days!
      So your husband, mi compadre Moncho, knows how to do the pan amasado? I do not believe you! jajaja

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  3. Oops I think I wrote you twice. I didn't think it published the first time, until I realized that little comment above, so I guess you'll choose which comment to post.
    Not good huh? :-/

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  4. Ya poh, Lory!!!
    Deja de hacer cosas tan ricas que de puro verlas voy a subir más de peso en este embarazo.

    Igual sigo esperando tu receta para hacerla :)

    Besitos.

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    1. Galla, es medio al ojo, medio receta, debo medirme en todo lo que hago y apuntar para poder difundir... :) La proxima vez lo hago paso a paso... es re facil en todo caso! Pero para que sea cierto, tiene que ser amasado por manos CHILENAS! Estamos bien las dos en eso! :D

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  5. These look delicious! Waiting for a recipe :)

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    1. Hi, I have to measure everything and I will write down...
      x

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  6. Yes my dear, this Chilean man of mine makes pan amasado, and very good, I might add. What can I say, it's in the Chilean DNA. :)

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    1. jajaja YES, I guess so! Is not Chilean bread if is not amasado por Chileno! jaja
      xxxxxxx

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  7. se ven super ricos esos pancitos! saludos!

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    1. Gracias Carla, esto es lo basico y humilde de un gran pan! Con mantequillita hmmmmmmmmmmmmm jaja

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