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Desserts and sauces

  1. 1. DESSERT SAUCES AND FROZENDESSERTSChapter 43
  2. 2. DESSERT SAUCES Dessert sauces contribute flavor and moisture to a particular dessert Frozen desserts usually begin as a dessert sauce
  3. 3.  Chocolate sauce- different types, hot andDESSERT SAUCES cold, two methods to Crème Anglaise – make classic dessert  Most well known is ganache- chopped sauce, versatile, can chocolate and boiling be the base to ice hot heavy cream cream
  4. 4. DESSERT SAUCES Caramel sauce- starts with the prep of caramel, which is a sugar cooked to 320 degrees, after making caramel you must add liquid to prevent it from turning into candy.  Hot cream and water are often added
  5. 5. DESSERT SAUCES Fruit Sauces- easiest to make, most popular are raspberry, strawberry, mango, apricot, mixed berry Mixture of pureed fruit, simple syrup and lemon juice Place fruit in blender, some fresh fruit needs to be cooked first, be sure to strain!
  6. 6. FROZEN DESSERTS Frozen desserts are popular in every type of restaurant … McDonald’s to Fancy pants restaurants Includes ice cream, sorbet, sherbet, granite and many other types
  7. 7. ICE CREAM Most popular frozen dessert Begins with a crème anglaise base … just a higher fat content Made with ice cream makers, and ideally stored at 9 degrees When adding chunky ingredients to ice cream, you should add it when the ice cream just leaves the ice cream maker when it is still soft
  8. 8. SORBET French name for a frozen mixture of fruit puree, sugar, and water Starts with a fruit sauce Also made in a ice cream maker, too much sugar prevents sorbet from freezing
  9. 9. GRANITE’ Granite’ is a style of sorbet that is slightly less sweet than a sorbet Starts with fruit sauce Stirred while in the process of freezing which causes ice crystals
  10. 10. SHERBET Sherbet is a cross between sorbet and ice cream Starts with a fruit sauce and dairy is added in, churned in an ice cream maker
  11. 11.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NP5rCBjw_0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZMGuAJpguY&f eature=related

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