Recipe Rules: Blended fare

posted October 17, 2021 at 09:35 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Blenders are no longer only for smoothies and other blended beverages, they are now used in the kitchen for other dishes – at least those that are high-powered and of high quality.  

Australian appliances brand Breville recently introduced the latest addition to its collection of kitchen equipment, the Fresh and Furious Blender. The blender features one-touch controls, high-grade parts, and functions such as the Kinetix Blade and Bowl-Hugging System which promises fast and even blending, and its Green Smoothie Option. 

Breville invited Chef Waya Araos of  Gourmet Gypsy Cafe and Gypsy Baguio and  Margo Flores of the Coffee Home Brewers Facebook Community, along with other guests to its launch event where they created their recipes using the new blender. 

Beet and Feta Dip by Chef Waya Araos

Ingredients: 

400g       beets

2 tbsp.    olive oil

1 tbsp.    salt

1 tsp.      pepper

1 head    garlic, 

                unpeeled and 

                sliced in half 

                crosswise

1 pc.        lemon

300g       yogurt

50g         feta cheese

Procedure:

1. Peel and slice beets. Sprinkle beets and garlic with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Wrap the garlic in foil. Roast beets and garlic in the oven at 180 degrees Celsius for 25-30 minutes until tender. 

2. Put garlic (peel first), beets, lemon juice, and yogurt in the blender and puree until smooth. 

3. Place in a serving bowl and top with crumbled feta cheese. Serve with pita, toast, crackers, and crudités

Dirty Ube Latte by Margo Flores

Recipe Rules: Blended fare

Ingredients:

For the ube puree:

2 cups       ube halaya

1 cup         coconut milk

1 cup         condensed milk

1 tbsp.      ube extract

For the iced dirty ube latte:

1 tbsp.      ube halaya

2 tbsp.      ube puree

1/4 cup     milk of your choice

2 shots     espresso

60-80g      ice cubes

Procedure:

1. Prepare the ube puree: Combine ube halaya, coconut milk, condensed milk, and ube extract by using the puree function of the Breville Fresh and Furious Blender. Set aside.

2. Place the ube halaya in a glass, then pour the prepared ube puree. Add ice, milk, and espresso. Serve.

Topics: Breville , Chef Waya Araos , Green Smoothie Option , Kinetix Blade and Bowl-Hugging System
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