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Consumers around the world consider fruit fillings as the winning ingredient in sweet baked goods, as it provides great taste and adds a sense of healthiness. To help you capitalise on the natural goodness of fruit, Puratos developed two ranges of fruit fillings.
Try this recipe and discover the fruit boost of Puratos Topfil fruit fillings yourself.
This is Puratos product. For more information check www.puratos.com or contact your local Puratos representative.
Prepare the crumble before the choux
Mix all ingredients together to obtain a dough.
Roll down to 2 minutes and cool down.
Cut the crumble in discs that will fit on the choux.
Warm up the water between 50 to 60 °C.
Mix all ingredients with a paddle together, medium speed for 5 minutes.
Pipe 6 small choux side by side on a ring pattern.
Add a disc of crumble on each one.
Once baked, together they form a ring-shaped choux; a twist on the classic Paris Brest.
Bake for the first 5 minutes with closed damper, then open damper for 30 to 45 minutes depending of the size of the choux.
Mix the Cremyvit and water together with a whisk for 3 mm.
Let the cream rest for 5 minutes before adding the Praline Pistache and the creamy butter (room temperature), re-start the mixer and whip to a light texture.
Bring water and Harmony to boil.
Add Miroir, Topfil and Classic.
Mix and poor into silicon moulds.
Cut off the top of the Paris Brest, fill each choux with a different Topfil fruit filling.
Pipe the praline mousseline cream on it before putting back the top.
Sprinkle with powder sugar and decorate with chocolate.
Puratos fruit fillings
Puratos offers two ranges of fruit fillings:
Both fillings contain no artificial colours and flavours. Read more about these innovative ingredients and learn how it can be helpful for your business.
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