Month: september, 2015

Jesenska zelenjavna pita in slikanje za Ptujski luk s Tomom Jeseničnikom / Autumn quich and photographs from Tomo Jeseničnik

Luk

Photo: Tomo Jeseničnik

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Objava, ki čaka na objavo že kar nekaj časa, če smo natančni že od januarja. Preden smo začeli s snemanjem za Ptujski luk, sem objavila čebulni chutney, ki je bil v sklopu tega. Ni pa to bila edina stvar, ki sem jo naredila. Naredila sem še čebulno juho, čebulno pito in pa solato iz koromača in ptujskega luka. Slikal je Tomo Jeseničnik, kar je amazing, ker to pomeni, da imam res luštne slike. Poleg teh slik, ki jih je naredil Tomo, boste danes videli tudi moje slike (čeravno ne tako strokovne in lepe, plus tega, da mi jih pol manjka, ker je fotaparat nekaj štekal :/), saj je današnja objava takšna, ki je že dolgo nismo videli na mojem blogu. Me je kar spomnilo na čase, ko sem vsako stvar slikala in vsak teden pridno objavljala. No sedaj sem malo bolj lena in malo bolj zasedena, ampak je današnji fotosešn prav pasal:)  Naredila sem zelenjavno pito, ki je om, njom,njom:) Quich, kot se sicer imenuje, jaz najraje jem mrzlega, ker mi šele takrat pridejo naprej vsi okusi. Pri izbiri zelenjave nisem komlicirala,  je pa bolj jesenska zelenjava, da vstopimo v jesen tako, kot se reče 🙂
Na snemanju je seveda glavna zvezda bil Ptujski luk, tako da je tudi pita bila čebulna, danes pa sem imela v mislih jesen in jesenske barve, topli šali in pa sprehodi po gozdu, ko je vse lepo pisano, tako kot moja pita 🙂 Pripisala bom oba recepta, tako da imate med čim izbirati. Sicer pa uživajte, sedaj je konec poletja, upajmo, da pa ne tudi lepega vremena, čeprav če pogledam čez okno, nič kaj dobro ne kaže :/
Se ne bom pustila motit, grem kr na sprehod, uživajte 😉

Glasbena podlaga: Autumn song

Čebulna pita
Testo:
Primerno za pekač premera 26cm
230 g moke
100 g hladnega masla
70 g jajc (1 jajce+ voda)
4 g soli

Moko in maslo zmešamo skupaj, da dobimo drobtinam podobno maso, nato dodamo jajca in sol, ter na hitro premešamo, zavijemo v folijo in damo v hladilnik, da počiva vsaj pol ure, vmes naredimo nadev.
Namig: Če imate čas in voljo ( jaz je nisem imela :D), lahko testo, preden ga nadevate, spečete v pečici, tako boste imeli manj namočeno dno. Uporabite metodo slepa poka, kjer na testo položite peki papir, in nato napolnite z suhim rižem, fižolo, kar pač imate pri roki. Prvo pecite 15 min z  in nato še ene 10 min brez , da se vam lepo naredi skorja in je testo že skoraj pečeno.

Čebulni nadev:
3 žlice čebulne marmelade
2 ptujski čebuli
1 čajna žlička sladkorja

Preliv:
3 jajca
200 g smetane
200 g mleka
muškatni orešček
poper, 5 g soli
150 g parmezan

Čebulo narežemo na drobno, dodamo sladkor in pražimo vsaj 20 min na nizkem ognju, da postane lepo karamelizirana. Odstavimo.
V drugi posodi zmešamo jajca in dodamo smetano, mleko, sol in začimbe. Postavimo na stran.

Jesenska pita:
Testo
je isto kot pri čebulni.

Nadev:
1/2 hokaido buče (lahko tudi katera druga)
1/2 koromača
1 cela paprika
2 stroka česna
2 rdeči čebuli
1 čž soli (jaz sem uporabila začimbno sol, ki mi jo je prijatelj prinesel iz potovanja)

Zelenjavo narežemo na koščke, nato prvo prepražimo bučo (ki je ni potrebno lupiti), nato dodamo koromač, ko sta ti zelenjavi mehki (5min), dodamo še čebulo in papriko in pražimo še 3 min, nato dodamo česen, solimo po okusu in vse skupaj damo na stran, da se nam malo ohladi.

Preliv:
(sem ga morala narediti več, ker je ta pekač višji, kot pekač za pite)
5 jajc
300 g smetane
300 g mleka
muškatni orešček
poper, sol

Ko je testo pripravljeno, ga na tanko razvaljamo, vstavimo v model za pite,  dno pite preluknjamo z vilico, (prej ga lahko malo spečete s slepo peko) nato dno pite napolnimo z praženo zelenjavo in zalijemo z jajčno kremo. Pri tej piti sem izpustila sir, saj ga nisem imela, vi ga lahko dodate 🙂
Pečemo na 185 °C cca. 45 min, oz, dokler ni pita lepo zapečena, sredina pite pa je še vedno rahlo migajoča. Pito lahko ponudimo toplo, vendar je najboljše, če jo prej ohladimo.

Autumn quich and photographs from Tomo Jeseničnik
Today post is a sin from the past. Let me explain, more or less of today´s photos, were made in January (By a Slovenian photographer Tomo Jeseničnik). I did a shooting of Ptujski luk (onion from Ptuj), where I did onion chutney, onion soup, onion and fennel salad and onion quiche. I am only now posting the photos, because I kinda forgot about it. I only remembered it today, when I was making quich. The quick I made today was autumn colored. Well at least the veggies were 🙂 It was amazing and it’s really so simple to make, so I encourage you to do it 😉 Today I´m posting recipes for both of them, so enjoy autumn 🙂
P.S. My camera went a little crazy today so most of quich making process pictures were ruined, but I hoope you still get the idea of how it is made.

The dough (the same for both quiches):
230 g flour
100 g cold cubed butter
70 g eggs (1 egg + water)
4 g salt

Crumb together butter and flour, mix the egg mixture with a fork and add it in. Don´t over do it, just until it is combined. Wrat it in a clean foil and refrigerate for 30 min. On a floured surface roll out the dough and transfer it to your tin. I used a wet parchment paper (you just wet and shrunk the paper, then dry at a little and it will fit perfectly in to you pan) under my dough, because it is much easier this way to get it out, once it is baked. Put hole in the bottom with a fork. Then refrigerate until ready.

Filling (the recipe id the same, but in the autumn quich I had to almost double it, because the pan was bigger)
3 eggs
200 ml of cream
200 ml of milk
pinch of nutmeg
5 g salt

Mix together the ingredients at put aside until you need it.

The caramelised onion filling:
3 tbsp of onion chutney
2 large onions
1 tsp sugar

We cut the onions into small pieces, we add sugar  and we caramelise on low heat for 20 min or so, until the onion becomes really soft and sweet. Set aside to cool.

Autumn filling:
1/2 hokkaido pumpkin
1/2 fennel
1 peppers
2 cloves garlic
2 red onions
1 tsp salt

First cut your vegetable into cubes, then  roast the pumpkin (you don´t have to peel it) for a few min, then add the fennel and rost them together for about 5 min, until soft. Then add the onions and peppers and roast for another 2 min, season and add crushed garlic. Set aside.

Tip: You can bake your dough, before you fill it, this will prevent a soggy bottom, but I didn’t have the time, so I didn’t:)

For the onion quich you spread the jam on the bottom, then you add the caramelised onions and you fill it up with the egg mixture. Bake for about 40-50 min, at 190°C / 370 °F or until the center is stil a little jiggly, but everything is nicely set. I like to eat my quch cold, but it can also be eaten warm.

For the autumn quich just add the roasted veggies on the bottom and fill it with egg mixture. Bake for about 40-50 min, at 190°C / 370 °F or until the center is stil a little jiggly, but everything is nicely set. I like to eat my quch cold, but it can also be eaten warm.

Brezglutenski ajdovi piškoti z rožmarinovo kremo / Gluten Free buckwheat cookies with rosemary ganache

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ajdovi keksi
Zopet imam za vas pripravljen en video:)
Kot kaže sploh ne znam več napisati objave brez videa, pa saj to ni tak slabo, ne? 🙂
No danes so na vrsti piškoti, če sem bolj natančna so to ajdovi piškoti, brez bele moke, torej brez glutena. Že nekaj časa se namreč igram z idejo, da moji piškoti ne bi vsebovali glutena, ker se na ta račun marsikateri otrok  (in tudi odrasel), ki je na gluten občutljiv lahko obriše pod nos. Prvotno sem razmišljala v smeri, da bi gluten nadomestila z oreščki, pa se mi na koncu tudi to ni zdelo smiselno, ker je tudi to zelo alergeno. No na koncu sem se odločila za ajdo, mogoče tudi za to, ker ajde do pred dveh let sploh nisem jedla, potem pa sem nekje v roke dobila ajdov linški piškot in se v njega zaljubila. Čeprav ajdovih žgancev še zdaj ne maram kaj pretirano, mi pa vse ostalo od ajde zelo ugaja:) Obliko sem imela že v mislih, ker sem podobno zasledila v Kölnu, kjer sem si tudi kupila pravokotni modelček, štempljo za srček, pa mi je naredil prijatelj, pod pogojem, da mu naredim kakšno škatlico piškotov 🙂 Potem se m se lotila recepta in moram priznati, da niti nisem potrebovala kaj dosti časa, že v prvem poskusu so mi namreč bili noro všeč, potem sem naredila še samo nekaj  malih popravkov, dodala sem še rožmarin, ki zelo lepo poveže piškot in voula 🙂
Upam, da vam bodo piškoti všeč, kot tudi video, uživajte še zadnje dopustniške dni in se slišimo kmalu 😉

Gluten Free buckwheat cookies with rosemary cream from Cimetovo dekle on Vimeo.

Glasbena podlaga: Mississippi Isabel

Recept za ajdove piškote:
(iz te mase sem naredila okrog 22 piškotov)
150 g ajdove moke
30 g koruznega škroba
20 g pravega kakava
60 g sladkorja v prahu
125 g mrzlega masla
1 mali rumenjak
1/4 čž pecilnega (ni obvezno)
1/2 čž vanilije
ščep soli

Za piškote najprej narežemo maslo na kocke in postavimo v hladilnik, saj mora biti maslo res hladno, da so piškoti lepo krhki. Skupaj zmešamo moko, škrob,sladkor, kakav, sol in pecilni, da se znebimo grudic, potem dodamo hladno maslo in na hitro premešamo, da dobimo drobtinam podobno maso (jaz sem uporabila poseben rezalnik, preprosto lahko uporabimo tudi vilice), dodamo vanilijo in rumenjak ter zopet na hitro premešamo, da dobimo homogeno testo. Zavijemo v folijo in za pol ure postavimo v hladilnik, da se nam ohladi. Na pomokani površini razvaljamo testo na cca. 4 mm, izrežemo poljubni vzorec ter odtisnemo sredico. Piškote nato zopet postavimo v hladilnik za 15 min. Jaz si velikokrat testo razdelim in delam samo z eno polovico, medtem ko druga polovica lepo počiva v hladilniku, tako se mi maslo ne topi in je zato veliko lažje delati, s tem pa tudi zagotovimo krhkost piškota.
Pečico nastavimo na 190° C in pečemo 7 min. Popolnoma ohladimo, preden napolnimo s kremo.

Rožmarinova krema:
100 g bele čokolade
50 g smetane za stepanje
2 mali vejici rožmarina

Smetano in rožmarin spravimo do vrelišča, prelijemo po čokoladi in počakamo 5 min. Odstranimo rožmarin in kremo dobro premešamo, da se nam stopi vsa čokolada. Kremo ohladimo in z njo napolnimo piškote.

Gluten Free buckwheat cookies with rosemary cream
Today I have another video for you and it also seems that I can’t make a post, without a video in it, oh well 🙂 This time I have a special cookie recipe for you. It is made with only buckwheat flour which you know does not contain gluten. There are also no nuts it this recipe, so people with nut and gluten intolerance can both enjoy this cookie. I did this recipe because I wanted to make something with buckwheat flour for some time now, ever since I tried a buckweat linzer cookie. I can also say at this point, that before I tried the linzer cookie I didn’t really like products with buckwheat flour in them. It has a really special taste that I just didn’t like. But now I am a buckwheat fanatic, I love everything made out of it, well except buckwheat porridge 🙂
I didn’t really take me that much time to make this recipe, my first try was a real success, I only did some minor corrections until I absolutely fell in love with it. So hope you love it to, as well as the video and enjoy whats left of the summer 😉

Recipe for the cookie:
(I made about 22 cookies out of one batch)
150 g buckweat flour
30 g cornstarch
20 g cocoa powder
60 g powdered sugar
1/4 tsp baking powder (optional)
pinch of salt
1/2 tsp vanilla
1 small egg yolk

First cut the butter in to small pieces and put it in the fridge to cool down. Then mix together the dry ingredients, add the cold butter and with the help of a pastry blender or a fork cut the butter into the flour mixture, so that little lumps of the raw butter remain whole within the flour mixture. When the dough is baked, these little lumps create separation in the structure of the product, which is what gives it that flaky consistency. Then add the vanilla and egg yolk and quickly mix the doug, wrap it in a plastic foil and refrigerate for 30 min. On a floured surface thinly roll out the dough, cut it with a cookie cutter and make a stamp in the middle. CHill for another 15 min and then bake at 375 °F / 190°C for 7 min. Cool the cookie before filling it with cream.

Rosemary cream:
100 g white chocolate
50 g cream
2 little springs of rosemary.

Bring the cream and rosemary to a boil and pour the hot cream over the chocolate. Leave it to melt for 5 min, then remove the rosemary and mix the cream until no pieces of chocolate remain. Cool it down and fill the cookies with it.

Enjoy 😉

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