Tortitas Negras or `Little Black Cakes´ - a guest post at Food Wanderings

2.18.2013


When I read that Shulie was interested in heritage baking I thought I heard her call my name.
She blogs at Food Wanderings, and I´m sure most of you know her already. She´s the voice behind that gorgeous food blog, with incredible recipes like Date and Orange Tea Ring, or my personal favorite Polenta Citrus Cookies
I was already following her before I started my own food blog, so this guest post is a real treat.

I´m sharing Tortitas Negras with you today. They have been around for ever, one of the most traditional bakery items in this country, Argentina. They haven´t changed much through the years, are of very simple execution and good for a snack at any time.

So go check out the recipe, say hi to Shulie and spend whatever amount of time you want wandering around her blog. It´s so worth it.


8 comments:

  1. Thanks for being such a lovely guest with such a traditional Argentinian bread, Paula. Love having you on my site. A great addition to the Baking with Heritage series!

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  2. Off to check out this delicious exotic bread :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  3. Oh no, Paula !!! Son mi factura preferida, no puedo resistirme a ellas y es tan difícil conseguirlas en su punto justo. ¡Gracias pr esta maravillosa receta! Bs.!

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  4. That makes me think..how many delicious and interesting thing are there in the world that I have never tried and maybe will never try..

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  5. The crunchy topping on The Little Black Cakes is such a sultry delight! On my way to check the recipe!

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  6. Heading over there now to check out this wonderful recipe!

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  7. I've never heard of these! Off to visit Shulie :)

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  8. Great recipe idea for Shulie. Can't wait to see the recipe.

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