Today, I am participating on the Show us your life - Holiday Recipes.
Kelly from Kelly's Korner hosts some different topic every Friday and today the chosen topic is Holiday Recipes.
I alread publish those three recipes before. So if you want to see the pictures of the final products, go to the orignal post or if you only want to see the recipe.... here they are:
200grs of semi-sweet chocolate (good quality)
6 tablespoons of sugar
300 ml of Heavy Cream or 1 can of Crème de Leite
Melt the chocolate in water bath or in the microwave
Wisk the yolks with 4 tablespoons of sugar until you get a light yellow cream
When the chocolate is already melted, put the heavy cream and fold it together
Fold the yolk and chocolate mixture together
Beat the whites with the last 2 tablespoons of sugar into snow picks.
Fold the whites with the chocolate mixture together.
Wrap in plastic film and put in the fridge for at least 12 hours. If you want to fancy it up, you could chill them in tall wine glasses and cover with some strawberry to show off.
1 cup of Green Olives – pitted (The original recipe call for Black Olive, but I don’t like it)
1/2 can of Crème de Leite (Heavy Cream can be used as a substitute)
200gr of Ricotta Cheese
Chopp the olives in small bites (real small), mix with ricotta and Crème de Leite.
Seasoning as you like it (salt, pepper, a little of Fondor). You can put all the ingredients in the blender. But I like the taste of the small olive bites on my crackers. Wrap in a plastic and put in the fridge for at least 6 hours or preferably over night. Serve with Crackers and Appetizers Size Toasts.
This recipe feeds a crowd.
250 gr of Blue Cheese (Gorgonzola)
1 can of Crème de Leite (Heavy Cream can be used as a substitute)
1 can of Requeijão (it is kind of a softer and saltier cream cheese)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 cloves of garlic
Mash the Gorgonzola Cheese with a fork until you get really small bites. Put the Crème de Leite, the Requeijão and black pepper. Mix all together and put the Olive Oil until you get a Pate consistency. Wrap in a plastic and put in the fridge for at least 6 hours or preferably over night. Serve with Crackers and Appetizers Size Toasts.
PS: I am not posting the pictures again, because I couldn't find them ; )