Apr 12, 2019 - These Guava Dumplings will have you dancing salsa in the kitchen from the sheer joy they create! Learn more about the process to create a cookbook -- or Place in pan. These Guava Dumplings will have you dancing salsa in the kitchen from the sheer joy they create! P.S. I’m wondering if you can substitute guava paste for the guava mixture mentioned in the cobbler recipe? Combine remaining sugar, flour, baking powder, and salt in a small mixing bowl; add milk, and stir just until dry ingredients are moistened. Unless otherwise indicated, all content and photographs on this website are copyright Abaco Sun Media 2013-2020. Crystal from Dangerously Delicious is here today sharing these Guava Dumplings! Spread the pieces of guava over the strips of dough in the pan. (i.e., after it’s been spooned out into serving dishes.). They’re super easy and, by far, the BEST version of this dumpling recipe I have made. 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Guava paste is readily available in grocery stores in South Florida. I used peaches and apples in the past and, don’t get me wrong, they were both seriously delicious, BUT this guava business does’t even compare. Yes, mix up a raw egg until it’s frothy, add the vanilla and sugar and just spoon over the top of each individual serving. Serve these hot with vanilla ice cream and/or whip cream. It’s also good with ice cream, especially if the cobbler is still warm. ¡Increíble! I'm Christy Denney, and I eat everything. What a lovely blog you have. Want to receive email notifications of new posts? They’re super easy and, by far, the BEST version of this dumpling recipe I have made. My brother, my cousins and I would climb it and sit on a branch, stuffing ourselves. These Guava Dumplings will have you dancing salsa in the kitchen from the sheer joy they create! If you do try it, please let me know how it works out! Yes, you peel the guavas and remove the seeds and pulp around them. Another great recipe from Ma’s kitchen! ¡Increíble! Just drain and slice a 14-16 oz can of guava shells and continue below.). (* Note:  if, like me, you can’t find fresh guavas, use canned and skip the above step. I can't be left alone with a warm cinnamon roll or chocolate chip cookie. I’ve substituted guava paste (cut into small pieces) in lots of other recipes. Would love to have it again. *Recipes and photos entered into the Family Cookbook Project are provided by the submitting contributors. Hi, Tom. I will admit I made this recipe 3 times before I came across this version and it was the BEST version… If so, it would make the process much simpler. It's easy and fun. Sadly, our Bahamian countrymen to the south weren’t so lucky. Cook guava, lemon juice and 1 cup sugar over moderate heat until fruit softens. Coconut French Toast Bake With Coconut Buttermilk Syrup, All Desserts All Recipes Breads and Rolls Desserts Rolls, posted August 19, 2017 by Crystal Dangerfield, Your email address will not be published. Stir until smooth. Either one is fine. Thanks, Ken. My Mom makes a great guava cobbler – a yummy mix of sweet fruit, fluffy cake and a hint of buttery crunch. For me this is something unique that i should try now. Roll 1 strip of guava paste into each crescent roll. Be too tough if you didn’t? We love them but never realized how simple the ingredients list was. (As you can see in the photo below, it’s not pretty at this stage. . Die. Slice in 1 inch strips. over 1,500,000 in our family cookbooks! Thanks for you help! Put butter in a casserole dish and place in the oven to melt. They're super easy and, by far, the BEST version of this dumpling recipe I have made. OMGness these are To. Thanks, Hi, Chris. Pour over uncooked rolls. Thanks for your note! Add cinnamon, nutmeg and food coloring and 3 tablespoons margarine. Why boil the guavas before using in the cobbler? Serve hot with ice cream and/or whip cream. Put on top of guavas, immersing some of the strips in the liquid. Mixture should be thick and gritty. Combine 2 1/4 cup sugar with 2 1/4 cup guava liquid and boil until sugar is dissolved. Your email address will not be published. Take it away Crystal! thanks for sharing it. Using only 3/4 can of the Sprite or 7-Up, pour on top of sugar mixture. Roll out the rest of the dough into another 1/4 inch thick rectangle piece. I love how simple and quick it is too….the good ole Bahamian ‘slam bam’ way of cooking! What we didn’t eat, my grandmother would turn into guava jam and jelly, sweet stewed guavas (served with dumplings and salty fried fish) and steamed guava duff. OMG! It gets all melty and gooey and makes me want to connect with my inner Latina with it’s spanish flavor. Put seeds in sauce pan with 2 1/2 cups of water. Please try again. It’s a blessing to have such great recipes passed down through generations. Family Reunions! ¡. All rights reserved. Pour the sugar-water mixture over them. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. But stay tuned…, This recipe sounds, great! I had no idea these were already a “thing”! Here’s a picture of the guava paste from 2 different companies. Holiday Gifts, Wedding Gifts, Learn more about the process to create a cookbook. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Boil for 5 minutes. Gently spoon fruit over top – again, do not stir. Wait do you cook the egg on it? When we were young, there was a guava tree in my grandparents’ yard. your own personal family cookbook right now! google_ad_slot = "4156777732"; We support local businesses, introduce potential visitors to Abaco and provide second homeowners with the information they need to enjoy their Abaco experience. I will admit I made this recipe 3 times […] There’s a popular Cuban bakery / restaurant here in socal who makes these delicious pastries. (* Note: if, like me, you can’t find fresh guavas, use canned and skip the above step. We'll help you start your own personal cookbook! I will admit I made this recipe 3 times before I came across this version and it was the BEST version of them all! Cookbooks are great for … Step 4. ¡Increíble! They're super easy and, by far, the BEST version of this dumpling recipe I have made. On stove top, melt butter and stir in sugar and vanilla. Now check your email to confirm your subscription. Crystal from Dangerously Delicious is here today sharing these Guava Dumplings! Place butter in a 2-quart casserole; place in oven until butter melts. You’ll be left with shells, which is what you boil. Step 3. They're super easy and, by far, the BEST version of this dumpling recipe I have made. Fortunately, Abaco escaped the worst of the storm. When I received it, I realized two things – how easy it is to make, and that it’s in my grandmother’s handwriting. /* Cookbook Skyscraper */ . Yes, they’d be tough — and potentially sour — without boiling them down with sugar. Bridal Shower ideas and (Do NOT use whole can or rolls will be too soggy) Sprinkle with cinnamon. ¡Increíble! © 2004-2020 Family Cookbook Project, LLC. Please contact us if you believe copyright violations have occurred. For! asy and, by far, the BEST version of this dumpling recipe I have made. But have faith.). You’re welcome! Preheat oven to 350F. I was wondering don’t you take the seeds out before cooking the guavas? google_ad_width = 160; Take it away Crystal! All rights are retained by the contributor. Praying for all you good folks in the Bahamas. Serve as is or with ice cream. Thank you so much for your Guava pastries recipe! The ABACO SUN is a one-stop source of accurate and timely information that empowers Abaco as it recovers, rebuilds and rises. I think that might work. I used guava pasta, not the whole fruit. . Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Recently, I asked for a copy of her recipe. google_ad_client = "ca-pub-5165746306112379";