banánek translation

Discussion in 'General Language' started by slon, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. slon

    slon Member

    what does this mean?

    Seznam ingrediencí:
    1 kg jablek
    6 lžic cukru
    2 sáčky vanilkového pudingu
    1 l vody
    1 balení dětských piškotů

    Postup přípravy:
    Jablka nastrouháme najemno, přidáme 3/4l vody, rozvaříme je s cukrem. Poté přidáme puding rozpuštěný ve zbytku vody a svaříme. Do dortové formy dáme na dno piškoty polijeme jablky a postupně vrstvíme. Podáváme vychlazené. Můžeme ozdobit šlehačkou.
  2. Jana

    Jana Well-Known Member

    It is a recipe for Apple Charlotte -
    1 kg apples (approx. 2 lbs)
    6 tbsp sugar
    2 pckg vanilla-flavored pudding
    1 litre water (approx. 1 quart)
    1 pckg ladyfingers

    Cook peeled and grated apples in 3/4 litre water with sugar, add pudding mixed with the rest of water and cook until thick. Cover the bottom of round pan with ladyfingers, fill the pan alternately with apple mix and ladyfingers. Keep in the fridge for several hours. Can be sreved with whipped cream.
  3. slon

    slon Member

    what about this part?

    Jablečný sen

    Kategorie: Moučníky
    Recept poslala: Banánek
    Doba vaření: 1hod.
    Náročnost: Snadné
    Chod: Svačinka
    Počet porcí: 5
  4. Jana

    Jana Well-Known Member

    Apple Dream

    Category: Desserts
    Sent by: Banánek (little banana)
    Cooking time: 1 hour
    Skill: Easy
    Course: Snack
    Serves: 5
  5. slon

    slon Member

    how sad i thought it was a cake called banánek....

    anyone who knows what the cake banánek is?
  6. Jana

    Jana Well-Known Member

    Banánek is not a cake, it is a banana-shaped piece of puff pastry, split lengthwise and filled with vanilla pudding filling (cooled pudding mixed with creamed butter and sugar). The top of the pastry is glazed with caramel. Yummy!
  7. slon

    slon Member

    do you know where i can get a recipie?
  8. Jana

    Jana Well-Known Member

    I found one for you in The Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Cooking (1986 edition):

    Cream Puffs (round) or Éclairs (oblong) with Custard Cream Filling

    1 stick margarine
    Sifted flour
    2 1/4 tsp. salt
    4 eggs
    1/2 c. sugar
    3 tbsp. cornstarch
    2 c. milk
    1 egg yolk
    1/2 c. heavy cream
    1 tsp. vanilla

    Bring one cup water and margarine to a boil; add 1 cup flour and 1/4 teaspoon salt all at once. Stir until mixture forms stiff ball; remove from heat. Let cool slightly. Beat in eggs, one at a time, until mixture is smooth and blended. Drop by tablespoonfuls onto greased cookie sheet (or use pastry bag with large star-shaped tip to form banana-like shells). Bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 min. Turn oven off, leave puffs in oven to dry.
    Blend sugar, cornstarch, 2 tablespoons flour and remaining salt in saucepan, stir in milk. Bring to a boil, reduce heat. Cook, stirring constantly, until thickened. Beat egg yolk, stir in small amount of hot custard. Return yolk mixture to saucepan. Cook, stirring constantly, until blended, remove from heat. Chill, whip cream until soft peaks form. Fold cream and vanilla into custard. (Store-bought vanilla pudding or pudding mix can be used instead of home-made custard.) Slit puffs, fill in cream mixture.
  9. slon

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