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Strawberry Consommé with Rhubarb Ice Cream and Rhubarb Glass by Amanda Haba

(This recipe appeared in the Summer 2019 issue of Pastry Arts Magazine)      

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Nothing says summer to me more than the combination of strawberry and rhubarb. The frambosa variety of rhubarb that Ponthier selects for their purée is the best out there, hands-down. It is pink, vibrant and has a great tartness that pairs perfectly with the Ponthier 100% strawberry purée, made from Senga Sengana and Camarosa varieties. To balance all the fruit in this recipe, I love to use the Felchlin Edelweiss white couverture and yogurt. This is summer on a plate!

Yield: 30 servings


Strawberry Consommé

  • 8 pt strawberries
  • 240 g granulated sugar
  • 60 g Ponthier Lemon Chilled Purée 100%
  1. Wash and quarter the strawberries. Place in a stainless steel bowl, sprinkle with sugar and add lemon purée. Cover tightly with plastic wrap. Place over a pot of simmering water. Simmer for 1 hour, allowing strawberries to release their juices.
  2. Strain, and discard strawberries.

Felchlin Edelweiss White Chocolate Yogurt Mousse

  • 8 g gelatin sheets, bloomed
  • 650 g Greek yogurt, room temperature
  • 10 g Ponthier Lemon Chilled Purée 100%
  • 720 g Felchlin Edelweiss White Couverture Coins
  • 500 g heavy cream, whipped
  1. Add the bloomed melted gelatin to the Greek yogurt; add the lemon purée, then add to the melted white chocolate and stir to combine. Fold in the heavy whipped cream.
  2. Pipe into a ring mold and freeze.

Ponthier Rhubarb Fruit Glass

  • 550 g Ponthier Rhubarb Purée
  • 10 g Sosa agar agar
  • 195 g granulated sugar
  • 100 g glucose
  • 10 g Sosa maltodextrin powder
  1. Using a hand blender, combine the purée and agar in a medium pot. Add the sugar and glucose. Stirring constantly, bring the mixture to a boil. Pour the mixture into a shallow container and refrigerate until fully set and chilled.
  2. Blend the set mixture in a chilled high-speed blender until a smooth purée is obtained. Add the maltodextrin and continue to blend until dissolved. Spread the gel onto a thin sheet on a lightly greased sheet of acetate and dehydrate for 24 hours.

Sosa Yogurt Strawberry Micro Sponge

  • 300 g egg whites
  • 60 g granulated sugar
  • 60 g almond flour
  • 20 g all-purpose flour
  • 60 g Sosa Yopols Mediterranean
  • 20 g strawberry powder
  1. Put all the ingredients in a blender and shred well until the mixture is fine and even.
  2. Strain the mixture and put into a siphon, adding three loads of nitrous oxide and beating vigorously between loads. Make three small cuts in the base of a plastic cup for even cooking. Put the mixture into the plastic cup up to 1/3 of its capacity. Cook for 30 seconds in a 900-Watt microwave.

Ponthier Rhubarb Strawberry Sorbet

  • 300 g Ponthier Rhubarb Purée
  • 300 g Ponthier Strawberry Purée 100%
  • 60 g Sosa Prosorbet 100 Cold
  • 75 g glucose powder
  • 40 g water
  1. Blend all ingredients; allow the mixture to mature overnight in an ice cream machine.
  2. Pipe into quenelle molds and freeze.

Assembly

  • Micro flowers
  • Sliced strawberries
  1. Place White Chocolate Yogurt Mousse ring onto plate. Ladle the Strawberry Consommé into the center; break up the Rhubarb Glass into pieces and arrange them decoratively. Place Strawberry Yogurt Micro Sponge around the edges with a quenelle of Rhubarb Sorbet. Garnish with a strawberry slices micro flowers.
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