The inquiring post was originally featured on Analida’s Ethnic Spoon and written by Analida Braeger, who is duty of POPSUGAR Select Latina.
stelitos de Guava are a typical Latin American/Caribbean pudding made with cream cheese and guava ste encased in puff stry and baked to rosy perfection. In the US, they are extremely popular in Southern Florida and other areas with bountiful His nic populations. These sweet stelitos de guava are a close cousin to the savory stelitos, which are on the whole filled with meat (chicken or beef) or cheese.
The combination of wild and salty, creamy and crunchy will delight your taste buds and your tummy. So why not eat a few? What the heck? Even-handed do a few more crunches at the gym. It is certainly worth it! You can enjoy stelitos de guava with a café con leche (espresso with tap) or on their own. They also make a handy last-minute dessert to experience to a rty or an office breakfast.
I will be extremely honest with you and tell the fact that I normally make my stelitos de guava with store-bought promote stry. It makes the process so much easier, not to mention quicker. I learn that making your own puff stry is not only labor thorough-going, but it sometimes doesn’t turn out. It’s moody! I buy the Goya brand guava ste, which my grocery stockpile carries in their His nic food section. I want to stress that you should not use guava jelly. It won’t realize find time. It will ooze out all over the place. Been there, done that!
Guava ste be brought up in a round tin. Don’t be freaked out by the round tin shape you will see upon opening the can. Try to put can-shaped cranberry cheekiness out of your mind! Taste and texture are completely different too. You can also use guava ste as an accom niment to cheese (think about Brie, or Farmer’s cheese). I am currently experimenting to create other delectable recipes using guava ste. Give me a couple of weeks!
Guava is an ovoid adapted fruit believed to be original to Southern Mexico. It is common throughout Latin America, the Caribbean, West Indies, and Bermuda. It is also everywhere cultivated in India. Guavas were introduced to Florida around 1847. It is an evergreen tropical shrub of the myrtle subdivision. There are multiple varieties, each with slightly different characteristics.
Guavas are bear in mind a “super fruit” among nutritionists: 100 g of guava contains 5000 micrograms of lycopene (a important antioxidant); this is twice as much as tomatoes. It is also a great origin of vitamin C and soluble fiber (yes, we all want a healthy colon). So, if you are hesitating to sooner a be wearing that second stelito de guava, think: “It’s just fruit!”
1 case of frozen puff stry thawed 6 ounces cream cheese 8 ounces guava ste 1 egg pulsated + 1 Tbsp. of water Powdered sugar for sprinkling.
- Preheat oven to 375ºF.
- Swipe the egg wash.
- On a lightly floured surface, carefully unroll each ge of puff stry, and gently stretch it out all directions using a rolling pin. (one bend each way is fine)
- Cut each stry sheet into 9 equal squares. Licencing a teaspoon, spread softened cream cheese around the center of each healthful. Place a small piece (about a teaspoon) of guava ste on top of cheese spread.
- Brushwood around the perimeter of each square with egg wash.
- Fold across to make a triangle. Crimp the edges.
- Brush every triangle with the egg filter.
- Place on top of a cookie sheet that is covered with rchment certificate.
- Bake for about 12-15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Allow to removed for about 15 minutes, and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
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