Nino Envuelto Pan

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A special sponge cake treat! You probably know it as a “Swiss roll” or a “Jelly roll”. It is unknown how the term Swiss was attributed, as the origins of this pastry are said be Austrian. (1nvention of the 19th century along with doughnuts and Victoria sponge cake).
Join us for a tour of the sweet bread of Mexico, Latin and South America as we take a new pastry each week to discuss and share history, our favorites, and other fun facts! Call store for availability.When removed, cover the cake with carmel, pineapple or strawberry jelly (what we have this week) – which would be the baby. Roll it up, turning the bread over the inside as if it were a baby wrapped in its blanket for sleeping!

And why the name niño envuelto in Mexico? (In Spain it is called brazo de gitano). Niño envuelto translates to “wrapped up baby” – how it is made is similar to how a baby is wrapped!

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I Love this Pan Dulce “Nino Envuelto” jelly roll plush keychain so much this is my second time around buying them! They are so soft and beautifully made! The materials used are of the Highest Quality! Very realistic looking! Shipped Fast! Gifts included! Much Appreciated! Thank You to this awesome seller! Highly Recommend!

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Escoger los aperitivos correctos para fiestas infantiles no es cosa fácil. Debes tomar en cuenta factores como el clima y las propias condiciones de los alimentos. En el caso del niño envuelto, esas preocupaciones están superadas, ya que se trata de una botana clásica para eventos de este tipo. Su textura suave es ideal para todos los paladares, desde los más pequeños, hasta los adultos más exigentes. Conoce la receta, rinde 10 porciones.
¿Tienes un evento y no sabes con qué impresionar a tus invitados? Intenta esta receta. El niño envuelto es un clásico aperitivo de fiesta; además de rico es muy fácil de hacerSorprende a tus invitados con este delicioso aperitivo. El niño envuelto es perfecto para comer de un solo bocado, tiene una textura suave que a todos encanta y lo mejor es que puedes rellenarlo de lo que más te guste. Hoy conocerás la receta más clásica con jamón y queso amarillo. ¿Se te antoja? Rinde para diez personas.

Tip: The sponge should be flexible and moist, if you over-bake it, it will be dry and may break when you roll it. You know your oven, you will know when to check it.Mix eggs and sugar together at high speed until fluffy and airy. You will see the mix turning a light shade of beige and the mixer beaters leaving marks on it. This will take approximately 4-5 minutes.Grease baking sheet with the butter and line it with parchment paper, pushing it against the whole surface and walls of the sheet. Cut an extra sheet of parchment for rolling the cake later.

In the United States of America, you might call this a Swiss Roll or something like that, but in the United States of Mexico, the full name of this moist, sweet bread is Niño Envuelto, which roughly translates to wrapped child or wrapped baby or maybe even swaddled baby.Do you love sweet treats like this, too? Be sure to see other breads featured in this on-going series at estropajos, cacahuates, bolillos, orejas, libros, conchas, soles, chinos, pay de queso, roscas chinas, puerquitos, huacales, and ojos.

Cover the top of the sponge with a little bit of sugar, place the other parchment sheet (or kitchen towel) on top. Carefully and quickly turn the baking sheet over to remove the sponge.Bake for 8 minutes, but please don’t over-bake, start checking at 7 minutes introducing a toothpick into the center. If it comes out clean, it is ready. Take the sponge out of the oven and let it cool down for a couple of minutes. It is important to roll the sponge while it is warm, if not it will break. So you want to roll it as soon as you are able to without burning yourself. In Mexico, you will find many variations, some filled with cream and fruit, some with jelly. But for me, the authentic Mexican Niño Envuelto I grew up with always featured a soft sponge, filled with strawberry marmalade, and decorated with even more marmalade and dry coconut on the outside.Let it cool down for another 3 minutes. Meanwhile, stir the strawberry marmalade to get a spreadable consistency. If it is too thick, you can add a little bit of water, but only 1/8 teaspoon at a time.

Se ve tan delicioso, que muero por probarlo ahora mismo este mexican niño envuelto, Aunque no suelo ser de mucho dulce, Me lo comería entero jajajaja realmente delicioso, gracias por compartir esta recetaIn the States, we might called this a jelly roll or something like that, but in Mexico the full name of this moist, sweet bread topped with coconut is Niño Envuelto.

Peel the parchment paper from the now top of the sponge. Take one end of the bottom parchment paper and start rolling it up, leaving the paper in the middle, don’t worry.
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Hello Annalisa, thank you for your question. I like it a little chunky to give extra texture, but you can use any marmalade or fruit preserves you like.
In Latin America, you might find variations, both savory and sweet. The name will change depending on the region; Pionono in Argentina, Brazo Gitano (gypsy arm) in Ecuador, Brazo de Reina (queen’s arm) in both Chile and Colombia, or Arrollado in Costa Rica, as examples.In the USA and Europe it is also known as a Swiss roll, roll cake or roulade. During the holidays you might find it as a Christmas yule log (Buche de Noel) and it can be filled with all kinds of creams, jellies, chocolate, or fruit.

This soft looking bit of yum is called a niño, for short. It’s more like cake and goes great with ice cream as you might expect. I love coconut, so if you do, too, this is the one to try.
This Mexican Jelly Roll or Niño Envuelto recipe is the easiest ever. A popular Mexican pan dulce, it’s more like cake and goes great with ice cream as you might expect. I love coconut, so if you do, too, this is the one to try. Recipe and video below.Hacer Niño Envuelto es fácil pero lograr el rollo perfecto podría tomar una o dos tandas. Aquí hay varios consejos para que te salga bien a la primera.

Hoy aprenderás a hacer Niño Envuelto de mermelada de fresa con nosotros. Este tipo de pan dulce mexicano es uno de los más populares y de los más fáciles de hacer. Nos alegra compartir la receta contigo para que lo hagas en casa.
Tip: El bizcocho deberá sentirse flexible y suave, si lo horneas de más se pondrá seco y será más difícil enrollarlo y se podrá quebrar. Tu conoces tu horno, tu sabrás en que momento empezar a checarlo.

Hornea por 8 minutos, por favor, no la horneés de más, comienza a checar uno o dos minutos antes introduciendo un palillo de madera en medio. Si sale limpio ya está listo.

En Estados Unidos y Europa se le conoce como Swiss roll o roulade. Durante la navidad se conoce como Tronco Navideño (Buche de Noel, o Yule Log) y puede rellenarse de todo tipo de crema, jalea, chocolate o fruta.
Esparce la mitad de cucharadita de azúcar sobre el pastel antes de sacarlo del molde, coloca la hoja de papel pergamino o la servilleta de tela de cocina encima. El azúcar ayudará a que no se pegue el pastel. Engrasa la charola para hornear con la mantequilla o aceite y cúbrela con el papel pergamino para hornear, empujando con tus dedos para segurarte que se pega completamente al fondo y los lados. Despega el papel pergamino del pastel horneado. Ahora tendrás el pastel sobre el papel cubierto de azúcar. Toma una de las orillas más angostas y comienza a enrollarlo lo más apretado que puedas, pero sin romperlo, deja el papel en medio.En Latinoamérica su nombre cambia de país a país por ejemplo, Pionono en Argentina, Brazo Gitano en Ecuador, Brazo de Reina en Chile o Colombia o Arrollado en Costa Rica.

Mezcla los huevos y el azúcar con la batidora a velocidad alta hasta que esponjen y se vean ligeros. Verás que la mezcla cambiará a un color beige pálido y ls aspas empezarán a dejar marcas. Esto toma aproximadamente 4-5 minutos.
Muchas personas me han preguntado como hacer niño envuelto y finalmente aquí lo tienen, es más pastel que pan y sabe muy bien si lo combinas con leche o helado. Mira, así es como luce en las panaderías en México donde se vende por rebanadas. Enrolla de nuevo, esta vez sin el papel. Asegúrate que la orilla del pastel quede en la parte de abajo. Cubre con el resto de la mermelada y el coco rallado. ¿Te gustó este pan? Encuentra otras creaciones deliciosas de los panaderos de México como, estropajos, cacahuates, bolillos, pay de queso, roscas chinas, puerquitos, huacales y ojos.Tip: ¿No tienes papel pergamino para hornear? no te preocupes, engrasa y enharina la charola para hornear y usa una toalla de tela de cocina para enrollar el pastel.