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Mousse glacée aux framboises

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Recette de mousse glacée aux framboises Auteur Martine Acknin Pour 4 à 6 parts 400g de framboises 100g de sucre 2 blancs d’oeufs moyens 1g de gomme de guar 150g de crème liquide entière fouet electrique Difficulté: Moyenne Préparation:...

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Panacotta aux fraises et meringue rose

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Recette de panacotta aux fraises Par gateaupassion.com Pour 8 personnes Pour la panacotta: 460g crème liquide entière 500g de fraises 4g d'agar-agar (2sachets) 6 cercles Ø6,5cm ou 6 verres cylindriques 130g de sucre en poudre Pour la meringue: 60g de...

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Gâteau renversé aux framboises

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Très facile à faire, c’est un gâteau au délicieux parfum de fruits frais.   Pour 6 personnes: 600g de framboises 50g de beurre 60g de sucre Appareil: 2 gros œufs 100g de sucre en poudre 50g de...

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Thyme Syrup

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Pick your thyme flowers in April to make a health-giving infusion, or use it to prepare this delicious syrup which can be used to make an irresistible almond and thyme crunch. You could also drench a simple sponge cake with this syrup and decorate with fresh thyme flowers.  

 

For 50 cl de syrup:
  • 30 sprigs flowering thyme
  • 70cl spring water 
  • 400g caster sugar
  • 1 saucepan 20-25cm in diameter


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  • Pick off the thyme flowers.
  • Set the water to boil in the pan.  When boiling, add the thyme and stir in.  When the water has come back to the boil, turn off the heat and cover, leaving it to infuse for 15mins.
  • Filter through a fine sieve, then put back in the pan.
  • Add the sugar.  When it has melted, boil the syrup for 15-20mins; it will reduce and thicken.  Normally you should end up with approx 50cl.
  • Pour into a sterilised jar and stopper.
  • This syrup will keep for several months. Store in a cool place.

 

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See the recipe of Almonds and Thyme Crunch.
See recipe of Rosemary Syrup.

 

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Rosemary Syrup

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C'est au printemps que vous cueillerez le romarin: de Mai à Juin, suivant les régions. Vous conserverez son arôme grâce à ce Sirop de Romarin. Plus tard, vous le boirez, dilué dans un verre d'eau, tout simplement. Et puis ferez de bons desserts parfumés au romarin.

 

For 75 cl syrup:

      • 30 young sprigs of rosemary
      • 1 litre spring water
      • 500gr caster sugar
      • 1 saucepan 20-25cm in diameter

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  • Pick the youngest stalks, even better if they carry flowers, and rinse.
  • Set the water to boil in the pan.  When it has reached boiling point add the rosemary and stir.
    When it has come back to the boil, turn off the heat and cover.  Leave to infuse for 15 minutes.
  • Filter through a fine sieve, then pour back into the pan.
  • Add the sugar.  When it has melted, boil the syrup for 15-20 minutes.  It will reduce and thicken. You should normally have 70-75cl of liquid left.
  • Pour into a sterilised bottle and stopper.
    Store in a cool place.

 

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A Rosemary cordial – put 2 tsp syrup in a glass and top up with water.  Mix well.

Peach fruit salad with rosemary – peel 4 peaches, cut into chunks and place in a large bowl.  Add 4 tsp syrup and mix.  Serve chilled.

On its own, as a glaze, poured over ice-cream or even cheese.

 

 

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