2010/10/21

¿A quién no le gusta la Nutella?


Aparte de los Ferrero Rocher, que son riquísimos, el Grupo Ferrero también hace Nutella. La Nutella, a mi gusto, le toma un segundo lugar (pero de esos que son apenas por milésimas de segundo) al dulce de leche. Así que cuando encontré avellanas en la dietetica del barrio, tuve que hacer en seguida la crema untable de chocolate y avellanas que está en mi recetario. Es realmente simple y rápido--es cuestión de tener una procesadora.
Si te gusta la Nutella, seguramente te gustaría esta crema también. No es tan dulce como la de Ferrero, y el chocolate y las avellanas tienen un sabor más intenso. A mí no me salió muy, muy cremoso que digamos...medio crujiente, en realidad, ya que las avellanas no se terminaban de procesar. ¡Pero salió rico igual! :)

4 comments:

Chris said...

Oh, my! Do you mean to say that they have NUTELLA in Argentina?? And in Patagonia, do you think? My kids would be THRILLED.
Hey Liz! Thanks for the comments on my blog. I didn't publish the one (I try to keep too many details about us off the blog - too many pyscopaths lol;)).
It is great to "meet" you, too, at least this way. We look forward to meeting you and your family some day, whether here or there. Come visit us, too, next time you are in Patagonia! We hope to get there soon.
:)
Chris

Eli said...

Yes! you can buy Nutella. :) It is imported, but Ferrero does have a strong presence here.
Sorry. I do understand about not posting too many details.
We do want to get to Patagonia, so let us know where you're at exactly when you get settled. Do you know when you'll be coming?

Chris said...

Awesome about the Nutella! :):)
We are coming for a visit in March - we'll be in BA, and northern Patagonia (to check it out). We think we may move in a year at the earliest - maybe 2 at the latest. But can't say for sure, yet.
Either way, great to know you are there and we will definatley hook up! We would love to hear your parent's story, and yours and your husband's as well.
Until then... there is the internet!
:)

Eli said...

My parents have been in Argentina for about 34 years. I and my younger brother were born here and have dual citizenship. I have three older siblings. My parents have always been in Mar del Plata.
We were all homeschooled here, and went to the US for college.
My husband is from Indianapolis. We met in PA since he was there for seminary and I was visiting a brother of mine. We've been married for six years, and have a 16 month old daughter.
After we got debts paid off, we decided to move to Argentina and we've been here since March, 09 (about the same time Katie came down.) Our daughter was born here, and she's also a dual citizen.
My husband works as a freelance translator, I as a photographer and also do freelance for the company I worked for in the US. We help out in my parents' church.
That's about it. :)