5/11/08

orange sabayon...

serves in a biscuit tuile cup with fresh fruits...

As Helen of tartelette is hosting the monthly event SHF that created by Jennifer of The Domestic Goddess this month, I'm really excited to join her my dessert. She is already posted 2 desserts for citrus theme. I'll have to check back often as she said there will be more to come.

I wanted to make something creamy, but light enough to serve after lunch. Sabayon sauce with fresh fruits should do the job.

Ingredients:

Orange Sabayon Sauce
- 3 egg yolks
-1/4 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup orange juice
- 1/2 tb. orange liqueur

Biscuit Tuile Cup
- 2 oz. bread flour
- 2 oz. powdered sugar
- pinch of salt
- 2 oz. egg whites, room temperature
- 1 oz. unsalted butter, softened
- 1/2 ts. vanilla extract

Procedures:

for the sabayon
1. Whisk egg yolks and sugar on the bain-marie until foamy.
2. Gradually pour in the orange juice, continue whisking until the sauce becomes very pale, thick and light.
3. Whisk in the liqueur. Spoon into a tuile cup and place fresh fruits over.

for the tuile
1. Blend together flour, sugar and salt.
2. Add egg whites and blend until smooth.
3. Blend in butter.
4. Spread the batter on silpat using spatula.
5. Bake @ 375 degree F for 5-7 minutes or until golden brown.
6. Shape while still warm.

SHF #43 @ Announcement
Round-up @ part I, part II

12 comments:

mimi said...

beautiful looking dessert! love the contrast in colors and texture.

My Sweet & Saucy said...

I love sabayon! This looks so beautiful, especially with the tuile cup!

Manggy said...

That looks perfect after a heavy meal, Thip :) I love the "tulip"!

Thip said...

Hi Mimi, I just voted delicious for your dish at tastespotting. :)

Thank you, sweet & saucy.

Mark, I love it too, it's crunchy and goes well with the sabayon. ;)

Helen said...

Wonderfully light and flavorful! Thank you for your entry, makes me happy happy!

Maryann said...

This is beautiful! :)

Vanillaorchid said...

wowwwwwwwwww....amazing ka P'Thip.

I wish I could make a tuile as yours ka.

P.S Thank you na ka P'Thip for the your suggesting about milk ka. ^_^

Jacque said...

It's gorgeous!! Wow, like an edible flower.

Thip said...

Thanks, guys.

culinarytravelsofakitchengoddess said...

Gorgeous! So pretty :)

Lore said...

Hi Thip!

I am planning on making a post on what I consider to be the most original food photos of the last month(s). I will be posting the 10 photos on Culinarty (my blog) with a link back to the authors. Because I like your shot of the orange sabayon (that's one awesome cup!), I would very much like to include it in my post. Would it be ok with you?

Thip said...

Thank you, Lore. Feel free to do the post.

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