Colorful, fragrant, tasty, rich in vitamins and minerals, the fruit can accompany us from appetizer to dessert, here are 4 ways to appreciate all its characteristics.
Let’s play with the consistencies that pureed fruit can take:
|1st consistency ♦ a semi-liquid sauce to complement a dessert or ice cream.
Ingredients for fruit sauce
How to prepare fruit sauce
Heat the malt in a non-stick pan to melt it, add the fruit, remove from the heat.
Blend it all with an immersion blender.
If you use fruit that contains seeds, pass the sauce in a thick mesh strainer.
You can serve it cold or warm.
|2nd consistency ♦ a thick sauce, the “coulis” or “topping”.
Is usually used to decorate ice cream, cheesecake, cakes and desserts.
Ingredients for fruit coulis
How to prepare fruit coulis
Mix the raspberries and agave nectar in a mixer adding, if necessary; water gradually to obtain the consistency you desire.
|3rd consistency ♦ a creamy ice cream
Ingredients for 4 doses of fruit ice cream
How to prepare ice cream
Peel the cut bananas into pieces. Prepare the fruit you have chosen to combine with bananas by washing, drying, peeling if needed, and cutting them into pieces..
Put the fruit you will use for the ice cream in the freezer for at least 2 hours.
Mix the frozen fruit in the mixer to reduce it to cream.
When the fruit has reached the consistency of a cream, add the agave nectar and the salt, and blend again to mix.
|4th consistency ♦ the “fruit jelly” amplifies the versatility of the fruit.
It can be spread, decorate spoon desserts, polish the surface of the tarts, or be the protagonist served as a dessert.
Ingredients for fruit jelly
How to prepare fruit jelly
Blend the fruit with agave nectar and vanilla essence, leave the mixture in the blender jug and prepare the agar agar mixture.
Pour the water and the agar agar into a saucepan and bring to the boil.
Boil for 1-2 minutes, stirring, it will turn into a whitish and sticky mixture.
Add the agar agar mixture to the fruit that is already in the blender jug, blend for about 10 seconds.