Carbonated blueberries

This technique is called carbonation and infuses fruits with carbon dioxide to produce a fizzy sensation when you eat them.

Creation by Takis Panagakis, Elea restaurant, Rijswijk, the Netherlands.

Carbonated blueberries

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apple juice

Preparation method

  • Rinse the blueberries and put them in a half-litre siphon.
  • Add the apple juice.
  • Aerate with two carbon dioxide cartridges.
  • Leave in the refrigerator overnight.
  • Release the pressure from the siphon and then turn the head of the siphon.
  • Shake the berries into a tray and process immediately.

Serving suggestions

  • As a component in a cocktail, dessert, or amuse-bouche.

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