Mini raspberry cake - Andros Chef

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Mini raspberry cake

A creation of Anne Fashauer

Anne is Pastry chef and professional flavors matchmaker. She knows exactly how to sublimate each recipes using Andros Chef ingredients. Graduated with Marketing degree and Pastry formation, she proposes training course and collaboration with professionals.

Ingredients

Almond shortcrust pastry

120 g Butter
2 g Salt
90 g Caster sugar
30 g Ground almonds
1 Egg
240 g Flour T55

Pistachio cake

250 g Flour T55
8 g Yeast
250 g Eggs
250 g Sugar
250 g Butter
15 g Pistachio paste

Raspberry confit

400 g Raspberry puree 
60 g Caster sugar
12 g Pectine NH

Raspberry mousse

500 g Raspberry puree 
500 g Liquid cream whole fat
15 g Gelatine

Raspberry glaze

285 g Raspberry puree
125 g Water
75 g Sugar
7,5 g Pectine NH
5 g Gold gelatine

Sweetened raspberry puree

To obtain a perfect raspberry puree, Andros Chef has made the best blend to have an intense red color, a powerful taste of ripe raspberry and a unique aromatic finesse. Raspberry puree can thus be used to make all types of pastries or ice cream and sorbet but also in coulis or even in sauce. Packed in a 1kg tub.

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Preparation steps

  1. Almond shortcrust pastry

    Soften the butter with salt and sugar. Once the mixture is homogeneous, add the ground almonds and the egg. Add the flour and mix until crumb is obtained, don’t over-mix. Spread at 2mm thickness between two baking sheets. Cut out the dough with pastry cutter in stripe forms. Bake between two baking mat at 160°C for 15 to 20 minutes.

  2. Pistachio cake

    Siften together flour and yeast. Mix the eggs, sugar and pistachio paste. Add the melted butter and pipe in a stainless steel square. Bake for 8 minutes at 180°C. Keep in the square after baking process.

  3. Raspberry confit

    Mix sugar and pectine together. Heat the puree at 40°C and pour in rain the sugar/pectine mix. Bring to a boil. Pour on the pistachio cake and allow to thick before cutting out in little stripes. The assembly will be slot into the raspberry mousse.

  4. Raspberry mousse

    Soak the gelatine. Combine with the barely warm raspberry puree. Whip the liquid cream until a foamy texture is obtained. Gradually add the whipped cream to the raspberry puree and pipe in Finger silicon moulds.

  5. Raspberry glaze

    Heat the puree with water. Bring to a boil with sugar and pectine. Add the soaked gelatine. Use at 35°C to coat the cakes.

  6. Assembly

    In the Finger silicone moulds pipe the raspberry mousse and slot the frozen pistachio cake - raspberry confit. Smooth and freeze in a blast chiller. Coat with raspberry glaze and put on a chilled almond shortcrust stripe previously baked. Decorate with fresh raspberries and pistachio slivers.

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