Sorbet-filled mandarins - Andros Chef

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Sorbet-filled mandarins

A creation of Alexis Beaufils

Alexis Beaufils, current Pastry Sous-Chef at the Bristol Paris, he is graduated from Versailles CFA and has done its beginnings at Dalloyau as apprentice then Sous Chef Junior with Yann Brys. He also has been pastry Sous Chef at Pavillon Ledoyen and Mandarin Oriental Paris.

Ingredients

Mandarin sorbet

600 g Mandarin puree
2 g Mandarin zests
126 g Water
160 g Caster sugar
80 g Atomised glucose
20 g Invert sugar
10 g Dry milk powder
3,5 g Stabilising agent

Mandarin leaf ‘granitea’

400 g Water
100 g Sugar
9 g Black tea
1 piece Cinnamon stick
2 g Star anise
50 g Lemon puree 
10 g Mandarin leaf

Mandarin marmalade

750 g Fresh mandarins
Qs Water
6 g Salt
300 g Caster sugar
450 g Mandarin puree 
1,5 g Mandarin zest
1 Vanilla pod

Tea soufflé meringue

300 g Egg whites
300 g Caster sugar
300 g Icing sugar
10 g Black tea

Pear-mandarin condiment

200 g William pear high fruit compote 
60 g Mandarin slices
2 g Mandarin zests

100% mandarin orange puree

Andros Chef mandarin orange puree 100% has a light orange colour and a natural sweetened taste thanks to its Sicilian mandarin oranges. Used for beverages and sorbets, it had a light sour touch to desserts. Packed in a 1kg tub.

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Preparation steps

  1. Mandarin sorbet

    Make a syrup with the water and mandarin zests, at 40°C. Add the sugars and stabilisers. Pasteurise at 85°C, then pour onto the frozen mandarin purée and blend. Leave to mature, then turbine.

  2. Mandarin leaf ‘granitea’

    Heat the water to 80°C, then infuse the tea with the mandarin leaves and spices for 3 minutes. Strain, then pour onto the lemon purée and sugar. Pour into a rimmed mould and freeze. Once frozen, scrape into a pre-frozen recipient using a fork.

  3. Mandarin marmalade

    Cut the mandarins into 8, rinse, and blanch by placing them in cold water before bringing to a boil. Drain, rinse and then blanch again – this time using the salt. Drain and rinse. Add the mandarin purée, the vanilla and enough cold water to just cover the mandarins, then cook until soft. Leave to drain for 2 hours without rinsing. Add the sugar and mandarin zests, then blend lightly.

  4. Tea soufflé meringue

    Make a tea powder using a Robot-Coupe. Whisk the egg whites with the caster sugar added in 2 parts. Once the whites are firm, add the icing sugar with the sakura tea powder. Dust with tea before cooking at 120°C for 3 minutes, then at 100°C to dry.

  5. Pear-mandarin condiment

    Zest and supreme the mandarins, then gently combine with the Andros Pear High Fruit Compote.

  6. Assembly

    Slice off the top quarter of the mandarin, remove the pulp using a spoon and press for the sorbet. Once the mandarin has been emptied and frozen, place meringue shards in the bottom of the shell together with a dot of marmalade. Make a pear condiment centre and pipe the mandarin sorbet around it. Finish with the ‘granitea’.

Processus :

Mandarin sorbet 40 g
Mandarin leaf ‘granitea’ 10 g
Mandarin marmelade 15 g
Pear-mandarin condiment 25 g
Tea soufflé meringue 4 g

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