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Chef’s Kitchen Breathe : Sat, Drink, Sleep (Part 4) - Olive mousse with candied olives, pineapple sorbet and seasonal fruit

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Olive mousse with candied olives, pineapple sorbet and seasonal fruit

Olive mousse with candied olives, pineapple sorbet and seasonal fruit

Olive mousse with candied olives, pineapple sorbet and seasonal fruit

The flavour combinations olive mousse

·         250ml (1 cup) full cream milk

·         4 egg yolks (reserve the whites for the olive baiser)

·         50g (¼ cup) sugar

·         50ml extra virgin olive oil/good olive oil with less acidity

·         6 (12,5g) gelatin leaves

·         60ml (¼ cup) cold water

·         300ml whipped cream

How to do it

1.    Bring the milk to a boil, being careful to remove from heat before it bubbles over.

2.    In a separate bowl, mix the egg yolks, sugar and olive oil together.

3.    Soak the gelatine sheets in the cold water until soft. Squeeze out excess water.

4.    Add the olive oil mixture to the milk, stirring on low heat until it thickens slightly (about 82°C). If the mixture overheats, it will separate, and you will have to start again. Strain the mixture into a metal bowl and, while hot, dissolve the gelatine sheets into it. Refrigerate until the mixture starts to set and fold in the whipped cream.

Candied olives

·         100g normal olives in brine, pitted and sliced in half

·         200ml water

·         500g sugar, divided equally into three

How to do it

1.    Blanch the olives 3 times in water to reduce the salt content.

2.    Boil the 200ml water and olives, and add one-third of the sugar. Simmer for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.

3.    Add the second portion of sugar and continue to simmer for 30 minutes. Add the final portion of sugar and simmer again for 30 minutes, at which time the mixture should have the consistency of syrup. Store in a dry place.

Pineapple sorbet

·         1 pineapple, peeled and chopped

·         30ml (2 tbsp) liquid glucose

·         100 – 120g white sugar

Candied olives

Candied olives

How to do it

1.    Blend the pineapple until smooth. Dry-fry one-fifth of the pineapple in a pan over medium heat and then stir in the glucose until mixed.

2.    Add remaining pineapple. Add 100 – 120g sugar, depending on sweetness of the pineapple. If you have a sorbet machine, use this to finish the sorbet. If you do not have a sorbet machine, place mixture in a metal bowl in the freezer, and stir with a whisk from time to time, until mixture is frozen. The time needed to finish the sorbet will vary according to your freezer temperature.

Olive baiser

·         50g egg whites (from olive mousse)

·         100g (½ cup) sugar

·         20g olives, finely chopped (these should be left salty, as this gives the baiser its distinctive taste)

Pineapple sorbet

Pineapple sorbet

How to do it

1.    Preheat oven to 90°C – 100°C.

2.    Beat the egg whites until stiff, adding the sugar gradually.

3.    Add olives at the last moment. Pour the mixture onto a baking tray lined with baking paper or a non-stick mat, and dry in preheated oven for 5hours. The baiser should break apart easily.

To serve

·         Seasonal fruits, cubed

·         Tropical fruit coulis (mango or pineapple)

·         Granadilla pulp (optional)

Using a hot spoon, place a scoop of olive mousse in the centre of a plate and garnish with cubed fruit. Place a scoop of pineapple sorbet next to the mousse, add drained candied olives, and finish with crumbled baiser, cubed fruits, coulis and granadilla pulp (if desired).

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