Creamy matcha, roasted sesame tile, coriander & basil lichen, yuzu citrus chips
Fruits, Biscuit Dough, Cream, Chocolate, Brunch
A very refreshing and asian based dessert with all the textures you've ever wanted... all at once!
Un dessert tout en fraicheur aux saveurs asiatiques. Crémeux, croquant, fruité.?
IngredientsRecipe for 4
Basil and coriander lichen
Preparation time: 45 min
Preheat your Oven at 400 °F
- Creamy matcha
Rehydrate the gelatine sheets in cold water.
In a saucepan, bring the milk and the cream with the desired flavor you chose. Reserve.
In a medium bowl, make a ruban out of the sugar and the eggyolks with a whisk (whisking vigorously until there is somewhat a mayonnaise texture. A ruban).
Pour one part of the boiled mixture onto the ruban. Lower down the saucepan's heat and put everything back in it while stirring constantly with a spatula or a wooden spoon until it thickens (82C).
Add the gelatine sheets that's been pressed out of exceeding water and mix again.
Pour everything on the white chocolate, wait 30secs and mix again delicately.
Place the creamy matcha inside the fridge until it has cooled down completely.
If in a rush you can either put it all on a pastry plaque in a thin layer and throw it in the freezer for a faster result.
- Sesame tile
Gently colour the sesame seeds in an oven at 400F for 4mins give or take.
Melt down the butter and add the water in a bowl.
Once the mixture has cooled off, pour in the remaining ingredients.
With a curved spatula. lay the mixture on a cooking paper/parchemin paper and cook it for 6mins or so at 415F.
- Coriandre and basil lichen
Throw in a blender the basil and the coriander leaves, add in the water and the melted butter. Mix until homogeneous while making sure the edges are clean all around.
Add the remaining ingredients and repeat the same operation. Sieve everything through and pour it inside a syphon with 2 cartridges. Layed down, put it in the fridge.
Once you're ready, make sure to use a 500ml plastic container and fill it up to its 2/3. Cook it in the microwave for a minute. Take it out and place it back in the fridge upside down until it has totally cooled down. With a small spatula or a pairing knife, untick the very egdes to unmold it and then break it down with your hands into the desired shape.
Make supremes out of the orange and the grapefruit. Then cut each of them in 3 and mix them all with the rest of the ingredients at the very last moment.
In a bowl, put the creamy matcha randomly. Add two pieces of lichen, the best looking one you have at hand, the marinated citrus and finish with the sesame tile. Pour some icing sugar all around. Done!
Make sure the proportions are all set and displaced all around as it will give this dessert its fresh and flavorful look!