Apricot almond - Andros Chef, professional fruit ingredients

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Apricot almond

A creation of Christophe Rhedon

Meilleur Ouvrier de France in Pastry and previously of the revered Maison Lenôtre, Christophe knows his way around original, sweet creations.


Almond dacquoise

100 g Egg whites
20 g Caster sugar
60 g Icing sugar
60 g White almond powder
4 g Potato starch
80 g Ground almonds

Apricot compote

200 g Apricot high fruit compote
100 g Apricot puree
30 g Caster sugar
7 g Pectin NH
1/2 Vanilla pod
5 g Lemon juice

Almond Parfait

270 g Almond paste 50%
15 g Cherry brandy (option)
40 g Cream 35% fat
45 g Caster sugar
25 g Water
30 g Eggs
70 g Egg yolks
150 g Cream 35 % fat
6 g Gelatine
30 g Water

White chocolate spray

100 g White chocolate
100 g Cocoa butter

Neutral glaze

100 g Water
6 g Caster sugar
3 g Pectin NH (with sucrose)
3 g Lemon juice

Apricot high fruit compote

Andros Chef apricot high fruit compote has a bright orange colour and a texture easy to use in verrines or in gelified inserts with large fruit chunks. It has a perfect sweeten flavour with a hint of acidity typical of the Bergeron apricot variety at full maturity. Apricots are transformed in our plant in France. Packed in 1kg flexible bag.

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Preparation steps

  1. Almond dacquoise

    Whip the egg whites until foam, add sugar and whip until stiff peaks form. Add powder previously mixed together with a spatula. Spread at 1.7 cm height in a square frame of 27 x 37 cm. Sprinkle twice with icing sugar. Add grounded almonds. Bake at 170°C for 20 minutes.

  2. Apricot compote

    Mix the pectin with sugar. Heat up 1/3 of apricot high fruit compote with apricot puree to 40°C then add the pectin/sugar mix. Cook for 1 minute. Off the heat, add the remaining apricot high fruit compote, puree and lemon juice. Blend until an homogeneous mixture is obtain and pour in silicone moulds. Put 22 g in each moulds and put on a dacquoise disk of 3 cm diameter.

  3. Almond Parfait

    Do a «pâte à bombe» with eggs, yolks, sugar and water. When the pâte à bombe goes down to room temperature, add almond paste previously diluted with cream and cherry brandy (if desired). Add the soaked gelatine. Add the whipped cream. Pour 38 g in silicone moulds and put on a 5.5 cm diameter disk of dacquoise.

  4. White chocolate spray

    Melt separately the ingredients at 45°C. Mix together and use at 40°C. Spray on frozen almond cakes.

  5. Neutral glaze

    Heat up water to 45/50°C and add sugar/pectin mix. Bring to a boil. Add lemon juice and bring to a boil again. Blend then set aside and skim. Use at 70°C with a spray. Spray on the frozen apricot domes.

  6. Assembly

    Pour the almond parfait mixture in rounded silicone moulds. Put on a dacquoise disk to fill up the mould. Freeze and spray on the white chocolate spray. Do the apricot compote and pour in mini rounded silicone moulds with a dacquoise disk above. Freeze and spray on the neutral glaze. Place the apricot dome on the almond parfait and add a vanilla chocolate decoration above.

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