Celebrity Chefs Anna Polyviou And Janice Wong share their Singapore-inspired recipes: Think Pandan Coconut Ice-Cream, think Banana bread. Think Passionfruit Caramel.
Try these exciting creations by two amazing chefs, and have a go at making them yourself at home.
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|Passion-ate Singapore Recipe|
- Banana Bread
- Cara Nougat Crunch
- Passionfruit Caramel
- Passionfruit Curd
- Caramel Mousse
- Yellow Glaze
- White Graffiti Splatter
- “Peanut & Kaya Crunch”
- Pandan Coconut Ice-Cream
- Lime Marshmallow
- Fairy Floss
|1) Banana Bread|
- 100gm Ripe Bananas
- 100gm Caster Sugar (super fine)
- ½ Whole Eggs
- 40ml Full Cream Milk
- 30ml Vegetable Oil
- 100gm Plain Flour (all-purpose)
- 5gm Salt
- 5gm Baking Powder
- re-heat the oven to 160C. In an electric mixer, whisk the sugar and banana using the whisk attachment on a medium speed until the bananas are broken down.
- Lower the speed of the down to low speed and ad in the eggs, milk and oil bit by bit, making sure to the liquids have combined completely before adding the next amount of
- Meanwhile sift the dry ingredients twice, and when all the liquids are added to the bananas slowly add in the dry ingredients.
- Place a 18cm cake ring with a base and a loaf baking tin 6cmx9cmx4cm on a flat baking tray and spray both very well with baking spray.
- Pour 250gm or until 1cm high of the banana bread mix into the cake tin and then the remaining of the mix in the loaf tin.
- Bake in the oven for 30 to 35 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean and the bread spring back with pressed.
- When ready remove from the oven and allow to cool for 10 minutes and then carefully remove the banana bread from the tins. Place onto a wire rack to cool and allow to cool completely. Reserve the loaf for garnishing the entremets.
|2) Cara Nougat Crunch|
- 75gm Milk Chocolate
- 50 gm Cara Nougatine
- 25gm Feuilletine
- In a microwave safe bowl, put in the milk chocolate and Cara nougatine.
- Place into the microwave and melt in 30 seconds batches until completely melted. Make sure to stir in between, so it does not burn.
- When the chocolate and Cara nougatine is melted take out of the microwave and stir until completely combined. Mix in the feuilletine until combined.
- Place a piece of 30x20cm baking paper onto a flat bench and pour the crunch on. Place another piece of baking paper on and roll out the mixture with a rolling pin until 0.5cm thick.
- Place onto a flat tray and then into the refrigerator for 30 minutes or until set solid. Take out of the refrigerator and cut out a 9cm circle. Reserve the disc in the refrigerator until needed.
|3) Passionfruit Caramel|
- 670gm Caster Sugar (super fine)
- 180mlWhipping Cream
- 3Vanilla Beans, split and scaped
- 200gm Unsalted Butter
- 650ml Passionfruit puree
- Make a dry caramel with the sugar and glucose. Bring to the boil the cream and vanilla bean and seeds.
- When the caramel had reached a golden brown colour, add in the butter and then carefully deglaze the caramel with the cream. Bring back to the boil.
- Add in the puree and bring to the boil. take off the heat and allow to cool.
|4) Passionfruit Curd|
- 75ml Passionfruit Juice
- 20ml Lemon Juice
- 100gm Whole Eggs
- 95gm Caster Sugar (super fine)
- 10gm Titanium Gelatine, soften
- 150gm Unsalted Butter
- In a small saucepan, add the passionfruit and lemon juice to the boil over a medium to high heat.
- Meanwhile in a small bowl whisk together the eggs and sugar and set aside.
- When the juices have come to the boil take off the heat and pour into the egg and sugar mixture. Whisk together and then pour back into the saucepan and place onto a medium heat. Continue whisking until the curd reaches 84C.
- Remove from the heat and whisk in the soften gelatine. Strain the curd into a deep tray and allow to cool to 40C. Blend in the butter and then pipe 200gm into 16cm donut ring mould.
- Carefully place onto a flat tray and then into the freezer to set. When frozen remove the curd from the mould and then place back into the freezer until needed.
|5) Caramel Mousse|
- 60gm Whipping Cream (1)
- 60gm Fresh Milk
- 25gm Egg Yolks
- 40gm Caster Sugar (super fine)
- 5gm Titanium Gelatine, soften
- 200gmCaramel Chocolate
- 150mlCream (2)
- In a medium saucepan bring the milk and cream (1) to the boil over a medium heat.
- Whisk together the yolks and sugars, when the cream and milk has boiled pour a small amount into the yolk mix. Whisk together then pour back into the saucepan.
- Continue to stir with a spatula, until the mixture reaches 85C. This will form an analgise.
- When the mix is ready take off the heat and stir in the gelatine.
- Pour over the chocolate and whisk until smooth and fully combined. Allow the chocolate angleise to cool to 30 C.
- Whisk the cream to soft peaks, then when the analgise has cooled to 30C fold in the cream.
|6) Yellow Glaze|
- 500ml Milk
- 160gm Glucose
- 25gm Titanium gelatine, soften
- 1360gm White Chocolate
- Yellow powdered colour
- Bring the milk and glucose to the boil.
- When the milk has come to the boil, take off the heat and whisk in the gelatine and then the yellow colour.
- Pour the mixture over the white chocolate and mix well. Use a hand blender and blend to
- Place cling wrap on the surface of the glaze and allow to set into the refrigerator overnight,
- When ready to glaze, re-heat the yellow glaze is 40C. Remove filled mould from the freezer and unmould onto a wire rack. Ensure edges are smooth and run a finger around top edge to smooth.
- Place on a wire rack with a tray underneath.
- Pour over the glaze to completely cover.
|7) White Graffiti Splatter|
- 50gm Cocoa Butter
- 10gm White colour powder
- Place the coca butter into microwave safe bowl and heat in 40 second batches until completely melted.
- Stir in the titanium colour and then blend until combined. Strain thought a fine sieve.
- Cool the colouring down to 34 C and then use.
|8) Peanut & Kaya Crunch|
- 20gm Roasted peanuts, roughly chopped
- 20gm Pineapple lumps
- 20gm Cornflakes, lightly crushed
- 20gm Kaya spread
- 20gm Toasted coconut
- 50gm White chocolate
- 10ml Vegetable oil
- Meanwhile, in a microwave safe medium bowl, add the white chocolate and place into the microwave. Melt the chocolate in 30 second burst until completely melted, stirring at each interval to ensure the chocolate does not burn.
- When the chocolate has completely melted, remove from the microwave and stir in the oil until smooth.
- Fold in the dry ingredients and the place into a pre-pared tray.
|9) Pandan Coconut Ice-Cream|
- 460ml Coconut cream
- 460ml Milk
- 170gmCaster sugar
- 50gm Skin milk powder
- 40gm Dextrose
- 6gm Stabliser
- ½ bunchPandan
- In a mean saucepan, bring the milk and coconut cream 40c over low to medium heat. Meanwhile mix together all the dry ingredients.
- Remove the saucepan from the heat and whisk in the dry ingredients to the milk. Return the milk to the heat and bring to 65C over a medium heat.
- Take the milk base off the heat and place the pandan into the base, cling wrap and allow to infuse for 1-2hours in the cool room and carefully pour into a clean container.
- Allow the mix to rest for at least 2 hours, and then churn the gelato in an ice-cream machine following the manufacture instructions.
- Place into moulds, freeze till solid then spray with titanium colour
- 250gm Banana, passionfruit and mango Puree (Pabana)
- 250gm Gelespassa Sosa 2gm
- Mix all the ingredients together, pipe into a mould and then freeze.
- 250ml Water
- 40gm Caster Sugar
- 15gm Gelatine Vegetable
- Yellow Colour
- Bring the 3 ingredients to the boil, then take off the heat and stir in the colour. Remove the mould from the freezer and place a skewer in top of the filling.
- Dip the frozen fillings in and allow excess to dip off. Place onto a tray and allow to set with the skewer still in the filling.
|12) Lime Marshmallow|
- Caster Sugar (super fine) 80gm
- Lime Juice 100ml
- Titanium gelatine, soften 15gm
- Glucose syrup 20gm
- Place a silicone sheet of 3cm round disc moulds onto a baking tray and set aside. Place the gelatine into a small bowl of cold water and set aside to soften.
- Meanwhile, place the juice, sugar and glucose into a small saucepan and bring to the boil, stirring occasionally
- When the juice syrup starts to boil, remove from heat. Squeeze out softened gelatine to remove excess water and add to the syrup. Stir until gelatine has completely dissolved. Pour syrup into the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with a whisk attachment.
- Turn on the electric mixer too high and whisk until the marshmallow mixture is pale and fluffy and has increased in volume, but is still warm, about 6 – 8 minutes
- While the marshmallow mixture is still warm, transfer to a piping bag. Pipe marshmallow mixture to the top of 4 of the disc moulds pre-set on the tray. Use a small, offset palette knife to level off the Marshmallow and place into the blast chiller until required.
|13) Fairy Floss|
- Fine Sugar
- Fine sugar plain, follow manufactures manual for instructions on how to use the machine.
- Spin it around hand to form cloud
SG Perfume created by Janice Wong
Mango and lychee consommé, lemon grass infused
- Position the dessert components in the centre of the plate
- Position the spun fairy floss around the plate
- Then the editable flowers on the fairy floss
- A perfume spray is to be sprayed once the dessert is to enter the room.
- Consomme poured over the fairy floss to dissolve
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