The fourth Thursday of November is the day when housewives have a chance to show off their culinary skills and get the whole family together for a festive dinner. In the United States, it is known as Thanksgiving, and in 2013 it falls on November 28. The Tupperware company offers to join this wonderful tradition and bring joy to your loved ones with culinary novelties and offers a selection of traditional recipes for this holiday. “The queen of the evening” on Thanksgiving is turkey, and pumpkin, another classic ingredient of this holiday, can be used to make side dishes, soups and desserts. All of these dishes can easily be brought to life in any kitchen with Tupperware’s unique products.
We will need:
We will need:
For the pastry
8 grams of sugar
100g of butter
For the glaze:
75 g cane sugar
5 grams of salt
40 g of nuts almonds, walnuts or hazelnuts
For the filling:
200 grams of pumpkin pulp
½ can of condensed milk
100 ml cream 22%
2 g ground cinnamon
2 g ground nutmeg
2 g grated ginger
Method of preparation:
Dice the pumpkin on a cutting board with a Universal vegetable knife and cook it on an UltraPro tray in the microwave at 600 watts for 15-20 minutes.
Mix in an Extra Chef 1.35 liters sifted flour, sugar, salt, and butter in a food processor. Add egg and knead the dough.
Spread the dough in the small silicon mold “Royal” 500 ml , make the borders and bake in the preheated to 200oIn the oven for 10 minutes.
Mix all the ingredients for the filling, except for the pumpkin, in a Chef’s Mixer 1.35 liters .
Place the ingredients for the filling in the “Extra Chef” 1.35 l , add the cooked pumpkin and blend until smooth. Pour the filling into a small silicone Royal mold 500 ml and bake in the oven at 180 C for 30 minutes.
For the frosting, melt butter in a Microcook jug 1 liter , mix with sugar and salt. Spread pecans on the cake and pour the butter mixture over it. Bake the cake at 230 degreesoC for 5-7 minutes.