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    Posted: 18†Apr†2011 at 12:05pm
Many years ago my wife and I vacationed at Dorado Beach, in Puerto Rico.
I am looking for a breakfast item that we both enjoyed. I believe it was a
pudding of some sort, the base of which I would guess, to be cornmeal or corn flour. If I remember correctly the name started with M. Something like Mara???.
Would like very much like to find the name, and hopefully a recipe.
 
 
We would appreciate any help.    Frank
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Mallorca

1 pkg dry yeast
3/4 cup white sugar
4 to 5 cups all purpose flour, divided use
1 cup milk, lukewarm
1 cup water, lukewarm
6 egg yolks
1/2 lb. butter, melted and cooled to lukewarm
In a mixing bowl, pour lukewarm milk and water, sprinkle yeast in add sugar and 1 cup of the flour. Set aside until the mixture starts to rise about 45 minutes.

Beat the egg yolks into the mixture, blending very well. Add the remaining flour little by little. Add 1/2 the melted butter and set aside until it has doubled in bulk, about 1 hour.

Dust the board where the dough will be rolled out with a little flour to prevent dough from sticking, keep some flour handy for dusting. Divide dough into 12 equal portions. Roll out each portion, brush with butter and roll into a long strip. Form into a coil, insert the inner end making sure itís tucked in, same with the other end of the roll. Butter top. Place on greased baking sheets. Use 2 baking sheets placing 6-8 rolls on each sheet. Cover and let rolls rise until they have doubled in size.

Bake at 375 degrees F about 12-15 minutes. Cool on cooling rack and dust with poweder sugar
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Quote frankem Replybullet Posted: 18†Apr†2011 at 3:19pm
Hi Cogito...
Thanks for the reply,and the recipe, however the recipe I am looking for is a pudding type dish. The color makes me think it is made with corn flour or corn meal. It has a slightly sweet taste......  Frank
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Okay. Here's another one.




Category: Desserts
Cuisine: Caribbean
Prep Time: Less than 30 min

There are two versions of this dessert. One uses rice flour and the other uses corn. The recipe below is for the corn version and is known by various names throughout the island - Mazamorra, Majarete, and Mundo Nuevo. This recipe would traditionally be prepared by grating the corn off the cobs. Presented here is an easier technique for four servings.



INGREDIENTS:

4 cups milk
4 corn cobs
1/2 cup sugar
2 cups coconut milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 teaspoon anisette (optional)
1 pinch salt
4 cinnamon sticks
1/2 cup water
ground cinnamon, for garnishing

DIRECTIONS:

Remove corn kernels from cobs.
Whisk all ingredients together EXCEPT ground cinnamon.
Place in blender until a smooth milky consistency.
Strain mixture.
Pour into medium pot or saucepan over medium heat.
Constantly stir until thickened.
As soon as mixture thickens remove from heat.
Pour into serving dish or dishes.
Sprinkle with ground cinnamon.
Let cool.
Serve chilled or at room temperature.


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Quote frankem Replybullet Posted: 19†Apr†2011 at 7:07am
Hi Cogito...
 
That is it. Thank you very much. Can't wait to try it......Frank
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Quote sandra Replybullet Posted: 19†Apr†2011 at 7:09am
Wow! I'm glad that we got it right this time, frankem. Enjoy.
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