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Recipes from Paletas by Fany Gerson

Recipes from Paletas by Fany Gerson

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Recipes featured in this excerpt: paletas de sandía (watermelon ice pops), paletas de coco rápidas (quick coconut ice pops), and agua de limón con chía (limeade with chia seeds).

From the pure, radiant flavors of classic Blackberry and Spicy Pineapple to unexpectedly enchanting combinations such as Sour Cream, Cherry and Tequila, or Strawberry-Horchata, Paletas is an engaging and delicious guide to Mexico’s traditional—and some not-so-traditional—frozen treats.

Collected and developed by celebrated pastry chef Fany Gerson, this sweet little cookbook showcases her favorite recipes for paletas, those flavor-packed ice pops made from an enormous variety of fruits, nuts, flowers, and even spices; plus shaved ice (raspados) and aguas frescas—the delightful Mexican drinks featuring whole fruit and exotic ingredients like tamarind and hibiscus flowers.

Whether you’re drawn to a simple burst of fresh fruit—as in the Coconut, Watermelon, or Cantaloupe pops—or prefer adventurous flavors like Mezcal-Orange, Mexican Chocolate, Hibiscus-Raspberry, or Lime Pie, Paletas is an inviting, refreshing guide guaranteed to help you beat the heat.

To read more about Paletas or Fany Gerson, please visit Crown Publishing Group at www.crownpublishing.com.
Recipes featured in this excerpt: paletas de sandía (watermelon ice pops), paletas de coco rápidas (quick coconut ice pops), and agua de limón con chía (limeade with chia seeds).

From the pure, radiant flavors of classic Blackberry and Spicy Pineapple to unexpectedly enchanting combinations such as Sour Cream, Cherry and Tequila, or Strawberry-Horchata, Paletas is an engaging and delicious guide to Mexico’s traditional—and some not-so-traditional—frozen treats.

Collected and developed by celebrated pastry chef Fany Gerson, this sweet little cookbook showcases her favorite recipes for paletas, those flavor-packed ice pops made from an enormous variety of fruits, nuts, flowers, and even spices; plus shaved ice (raspados) and aguas frescas—the delightful Mexican drinks featuring whole fruit and exotic ingredients like tamarind and hibiscus flowers.

Whether you’re drawn to a simple burst of fresh fruit—as in the Coconut, Watermelon, or Cantaloupe pops—or prefer adventurous flavors like Mezcal-Orange, Mexican Chocolate, Hibiscus-Raspberry, or Lime Pie, Paletas is an inviting, refreshing guide guaranteed to help you beat the heat.

To read more about Paletas or Fany Gerson, please visit Crown Publishing Group at www.crownpublishing.com.

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Publish date: Jun 7, 2011
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paletas
paletas de sandíawatermelon ice pops
MAKES 8 TO 10
These incredibly refreshing paletas are quite easy to make. In Mexico,they typically include the watermelon seeds, which are blended alongwith the flesh, but feel free to use a seedless melon or remove the seedsif you prefer.
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cup water
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cup sugar1
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pounds peeled and diced watermelon (about 4 cups)1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juicePinch of salt
Combine the water and sugar in a small saucepan and cookover medium-high heat, stirring, until the mixture comes to a boil and the sugar has dissolved. Let cool to room temperature.Pour the syrup into a blender. Add the watermelon, lime juice, and salt and blend until smooth.If using conventional molds, divide the mixture among themolds, snap on the lid, and freeze until solid, about 5 hours.If using glasses or other unconventional molds, freeze untilthe pops are beginning to set (1½ to 2 hours), then insert thesticks and freeze until solid, 4 to 5 hours. If using an instantice pop maker, follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

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montglanechess_1 reviewed this
Rated 4/5
Simple recipes with maximum flavor. So far I've only tried the lime pops (a huge hit with everyone--don't skimp and use bottled lime juice!) but I can't wait to break out my grapefruit next. A great, reasonably priced addition to a cookbook shelf. Note: I've been making my pops in dixie cups since I don't own a proper set of molds. They work fine!
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