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Old 01-06-2005, 01:27 PM   #1
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Light dessert...!

I thinks is realy easy to make and fast as well !

Red fruit with orange sabayon.

You need just some red fruit, 3 yellow eggs, sugar, half glass of white wine maximum and some cointreau.

The most important of it, is to cook it slowly arround the fire.
Lots people use a " bain-marie"!

First in a plate you put the red fruit...all you like!

First we break and take just the yellow eggs in a pan, mixed with sugar arround 30-40 gr and we put the wine and Cointreau ( it's on base orange alcool)

Now, we can start to cook it slowly..mix all...fast. Untill is coming as mousse!
Becarefull, the fire should be slow...mix again...soon as the sabayon a realy nice mousse you stop it!
Note, stop it fast because he cook after you take it out of fire...Than mix before is became a omlette!

Up of the plate you have prepared, now you can put the mix on the fruit...much as you want!

In the end, burn the top same as meringue in oven or with a burner.

Just a orange sorbet...on top!

Bonne appétit !


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Old 01-06-2005, 07:18 PM   #2
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Chef Cyril; This looks like a wonderful recipe. Can it be made without the alchoholic beverages? Or could you recomend some non-alchoholic substitute?

And I don't believe I've seen your posts before. So I welcome you to the boards.

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Old 01-07-2005, 04:14 AM   #3
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Thanks, for the welcome!

Anyway, white wine on base is not so strong...
Of course you can do it with just a fruit juice...Or any other liquid as you like.
For substitute you can try all non-alchoholic liquid ( ikke no problem :roll: )

See you soon, after you try it!
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Old 01-08-2005, 07:49 AM   #4
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Viva le France!

What a beautiful recipe!!! I really like the orange sorbet thought especially!

Merci, Chef Cyril, and another warm welcome to our site!

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