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jueves, 29 de julio de 2010

De cómo hicimos batido de vainilla con "chocolate chips"

Fue una sucesión de ideas..y dieron un magnífico resultado...

Yo quería pillar tarrina de helado vainilla-bourbon del lidl porque quería hacer batido de vainilla. Y porque está buenísimo, pero rico de verdad

Lo curioso del tema es que me encanta la vainilla pero no me gusta nada el batido de vainilla. Es una de tantas paradojas de una servidora.. pedir o comprar cosas que no le gustan demasiado (tampoco soy idiota) sólo porque son bonitas o suenan bien al decirlas.

Y me parecía que con el calor que estábamos pasando yo tenía que probar a hacer batido de vainilla.

Y me puse manos a la obra.. la primera es que lo hice con batidor de varillas manual porque miré tres veces para la batidora pero no la vi. Deduje que mi hermano pequeño había saqueado recientemente y me quedé tan ancha.

Y empiezan las aportaciones. Vi quería echarle chocolate. Así que supusimos lo que teníamos que hacer:

mientras yo batía helado y leche (eché azúcar pero en la segunda ronda ya no se lo puse, para mi gusto con el azúcar demasiado dulce) él fundía chocolate. Lo habíamos comprado en el lidl, chocolate al 60% de cacao. En el microondas es mucho más rápido pero como no teníamos lo fundimos en la vitro (tampoco llevó mucho, eso sí, pasamos del baño maría así que hay que tener cuidado que el chocolate enseguida se pasa) .

Total.. que yo tenía ya batido helado y leche.. él tenía fundido el chocolate... y ahí viene la mezcla...

el chocolate (caliente y líquido) al ir introduciéndose en el batido (frío y líquido) se solidifica pero en .. no sé.. en trocitos.. hace como "chocolate chips" o algo así..

Total, que está de muerte!!!!!

Yo le eché canela porque me encanta pero daba igual está buenísimo..

Eso sí.. yo lo recomiendo para media tarde, después del trabajo, por ejemplo porque... es tipo bomba energética!!!

Cómo supongo que hoy repetiremos probaré con batidora eléctrica pero me da que no va a ser el mismo resultado... sobre todo al echar el chocolate que lo que mola es que quede en trocitos. Y otra cosa, al "adornar" la copa, añadir cuchara.. los trocitos se van al fondo y es una pena dejarlos allí!!!!!

24 comentarios:

Anita Patata Frita dijo...

ains que cosa mas ricaaaaaaaaaaaaa yo quiero yo quiero... sabes que de los experimentos en la cocina que se mezclan dos cosas ricas siempre sale algo rico y esa es mi meta! tengo un recetario con 5 recetas escritas y apuntadas y luego cocino desde hace 6 años de todo y cuando digo de TODO ES TODO jaja pero le echando puñaicos y al tun tun... según mi madre dice que tengo pocos dones pero la cocina es una cosa que me viene de ciencia infusa porque en mi casa nadie es cocinitas.

Sandra dijo...

Pero y la foto?!?!, como este hombre no le hizo una foto de esas chulas que hace él??. ayssss

Vaya pinta tiene el batido, si casi lo sentia en la boca, qwue bueno....

Posiblemente si lo volveis a hacer no os salga igual, siempre cambia algo aunque este igual de bueno.

Fijate q me pasa como a ti, tengo una relación amor odio con ella.

Nena has recibido el mail de hoy?? :S

Besos.

Sandra dijo...

Ok ok, acabo de ver que si ;)

LidonB dijo...

yo quiero foto de esa bomba calórica!!

Pru dijo...

Madre de Dios, qué hambre de repente de batido de vainilla con trocitos de chocolate, jaja... Estoy salivando...
Qué ricooo!!!

dina dijo...

Como diría mi hija(bueno mi hija y Dora la exploradora)delicious..........

Emma dijo...

Que bien suena todoooo!!! Tengo antojo del batido que cuentas.
Fíjate cuando voy a Lidl no encuentro nada que me guste sólo voy si alguien me recomienda algo, ahora ya sé otra cosa que comprar allí.
Lo malo es que se me ha roto la batidora.

CaféOlé dijo...

La que se está derritiendo de gusto, imaginándose lo delicioso que tiene que estar ese batido de vainilla con chips de chocolate, soy yo!!!
Ñam, ñam... con lo golosa que soy estaría a dieta de batidos de esos!
Y lo bueno que es hacerlo y compartirlo con alguien especial, eh? Te sabe el doble de bien!
Feliz (y dulce) jueves.
Muak.

Anónimo dijo...

uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy... ANTOJOOOOO!!!!
a mi el sabor de la vainilla me gusta, pero el olor... me vuelve loca!!! cualquier cosa que huela a vainilla me pierde!!! :)
muaks!!!
LP

Patri dijo...

ja..ja..ja...ja.... me has puesto uan sonrisa en la boca, adicta a la vainilla, pero no me gusta el batido tampoco...ja..ja..

me puedo imaginar el resultado, has hecho algo parecido a la stracciatela (no sé si está bien escrito) pero con vainilla... mmmmmm....suena bien!!!!

Un beso grande tesoro

Mariantxu dijo...

vaya, qé bien suena!!!!!!!
rico rico ricoooo, la vainilla no es mi fuerte pero harí aun esfuerzo por el chocolate!
jeje

alma máter dijo...

Ayy por dioooo qué bueno!!!!!...

Tania M. dijo...

Uhmmmm, qué pintaza! No me importaría tomarme uno ahora mismo... Yo tengo claro que en mi próxima visita al súper me compro helado, que este verano casi no los he probado!

Sobre las llamadas de ayer...yo no las soporto! Y aunque me canso de decir que no me interesa, soy incapaz de colgar...

Bss

YaS dijo...

Entre el hambre y los antojitos menstruales se me está cayendo la baba, y la foto, la necesitamos jajajaja

Besoooooooos

Tere dijo...

ajja k bueno todo no?? dsde luegoo nos estais poniendo los dientes largos con tantoo batidoo, ojala tuviera yo paciencia para hacer unoO!

un besin!
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Susana dijo...

Lo vuestro ha sido como la penicilina...un invento buenisimo y casual ;)

julia dijo...

Oyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoy que idea tan ricaaaaa, me lo apunto jijiji

maba dijo...

Anita: yo al revés, en mi rama materna todo el mundo es una pasada en la cocina...menos yo ;)

Sandra. porque no teníamos la cámara jeje; me gusta la vainilla pero el batido me da como grima, no sé

Lidón: jajajaja.... a ver si la próxima vez

Pru: buenísimo!!!

Dina: jajajaja

Emma: pues de varillas.. pones a los niños a batir y los tienes un rato entretenidos ;)

CaféOlé: a ver si repito hoy!

LP: a mí me suele gustar también

Patri: sí, sería parecido.. pero en batido, y casero jajaja

Mariantxu: es que al final todo lo que lleve chocolate va bien combinado ;)

Alma: buenísimo!!!!

Tanuchi: este de vainilla del lidl hiper recomendado por mi

Yas: no teníamos cámara

Tere: yo soy hiper perezosa y justo este no da nada la lata

Susana. jajaja.. supongo que más que descubierto ya pero que le salga a uno mismo algo tan rico.. pues hace ilusión ;)

Julia. ya contarás!

muchos besos y muchas gracias

Señor Werty dijo...

Mmmmm que artista de los helados, yo siento debilidad por los de limón.

Sau2

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