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They grow an awful lot of coffee in Brasil as "The Coffee Song" by Frank Sinatra suggested!

Café Santa Rita - A New Package


Café Santa Rita, Roasted and Ground Coffee. (100% Arábica Coffee) Contains no Gluten

Santa Rita do Quartel has a new package for their coffee. The old one had the photo of the church on the label. The new one, the red package, has an interesting recipe on the back for Coffee Cake with Chocolate and they also have a recipe or your next cup of coffee.


This particular coffee is grown in Águas da Prata and has become my favourite and usual coffee to prepare at home.


On the back of the package it says:

The basic recipe

Use a standard measure of coffee. It is recommended 80g a 100g of coffee for one liter of coffee (5 to 6 tablespoons). The correct measure must be tested until you have found the one that suits your palate.




RECIPE - Coffee Cake with Chocolate

Beat the whites of 2 eggs until white as snow. Mix the egg yolks with 1 teacup of sugar and 1/2 teacup of butter and beat well until the mass is creamy. Add 1 cup of skimmed milk and 2 teacups of wheat flour. Continue beating per 10 minutes. Add 100g of semi-bitter chocolate (the recipe said melt the chocolate - we used powdered chocolate). Aadd 1 coffeecup of coffee and mix well. Later add 1 soup spoon of yeast in the mix and I beat quickly. Remove and add clear in snow, mixing delicately. Pour the mix in a cake mould that has been coated lightly with wheat flour. Bake in an average, prewarmed oven, for 1 hour, or until a stick in the cake comes out.


We baked this cake according to the recipe on the package. It was delicious.



To see the preparation of the cake see our other blog Canadian Brasilian Recipes


This English translation provides the correct details but not the colourful Brasileiro terminology.


Translations - Judy Kennedy


Photos by Urso Branco

3 comments:

Cecil Lee said...

Great info on coffee making. I'm a fan of Brazilian coffee but really hard to find some good beans here in Malaysia... :(

Mark H said...

While Australia has very good coffee (with lots of European immigrants from Italy, Greece, etc), I have never seen your brand of coffee around. I think a lot of our coffee comes from Central America rather than Brazil. Is Santa Rita in Australia??

Urso Branco said...

While I lived in Canada I never saw a Brasilian Coffee label. Most coffee available in supermarkets was Columbian, e.g Maxwell House, Chock Full o' Nuts and others. I did notice some coffee shops selling Brasillian Coffee but not as packages. I will need to do more research to really answer your question.

MY neigbour here sells Santa Rita coffee. I will ask him, although I think it just sold locally.

Cheers
Urso Branco

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