Gastronomixs

Grated frozen apple

The texture of this frozen apple component resembles sorbet. This is great to prepare at the table, creating a fun experience for your guests.

Makes 4.

Grated frozen apple

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Ingredients

2

g

ascorbic acid

1

kg

water

1

kg

apples, Granny Smith

4

 

apples, Granny Smith

Preparation method

  • Dissolve the ascorbic acid in the water.
  • Peel the 1kg of apples, remove the cores, and cut the apples into eight slices.
  • Place the apple slices in the water with ascorbic acid for 30 seconds to prevent them from discolouring.
  • Rinse the apples in water and juice in the juicer.
  • Pour the juice into a wide bowl and place in the freezer for 20 minutes without stirring.
  • Take the juice from the freezer and remove the top layer containing the pulp to clarify the juice.
  • Sieve the apple juice through a cheese cloth.
  • Peel the four apples without removing the stems.
  • Place the apples in a vacuum sealer bag with 200g of the clarified apple juice and pull vacuum for 99%.
  • Allow the apples to rest in the refrigerator for at least three hours.
  • Remove the apples from the bags and pat them dry.
  • Put the marinated apples in the freezer at -20°C for twelve hours.
  • Use a microplane grater to grate the frozen apple over the dish.

Serving suggestions

  • As a component in a composition with apple, yoghurt, and lemon.
  • In a dessert with components of peach, lime, and puff pastry.
  • As part of a spoom.

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