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Velouté of mangoes and orange juice, caramelized pineapple brunoise, almond crumble

Brunch, Vegetarian, Biscuit Dough, Fruits

A super fresh and light mango velouté, full of flavor and aroma.


Recipe for 12 Tapas

Mango velouté

4 Unit(s)
Fresh mango
200 Ml
Passion fruit purée
200 Ml
Orange juice
100 Ml
Plain greek yogurt 0%
1 Tsp
Orange blossom water

Pineapple brunoise

0.50 Unit(s)
1 Tbsp
Brown sugar
1 Tbsp
1 Tsp
Vanilla extract

Almond crumble

50 Gr
50 Gr
50 Gr
Almond powder
50 Gr

Preparation time: 30 min

Preheat your Oven at 380 °F

  • Mango velouté

    Remove the flesh from the mangoes and combine all of the ingredients in the blender.  Add lemon juice to taste.  If the velouté is too thick, you can add water or ice cubes to dilute.

  • Pineapple brunoise

    Peel and cut the pineapple into small cubes (brunoise) and then in a hot skillet, sautée them with a knob of butter and sugar to caramelize them.  Remove from the heat and add the minced cillantro.  Set aside.

  • Almond crumble

    In your stand mixer, place the cold butter cubes.  Add the rest of the ingredients and stir gently.  Once you have a chunky mixture, transfer to a baking sheet as evenly as possible.

    Bake in the oven for roughly 20 minutes, taking the time to mix/stir the crumble 3 times during the operation.  It is ready when it is dry and nice and golden.  Set aside at room temperature.

  • Plating

    Present the velouté in a verrine or ramequin, topped with the caramelized pineapple brunoise.  Decorate with a nice spoon of almond crumble.

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