Segments of raspberry

Spectacular method of segmenting raspberries, blackberries or citrus fruits. Unlike freezing normally, the instantaneous freezing with liquid nitrogen ensures that the fruit is not damaged by the formation of large ice crystals.

Segments of raspberry

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liquid nitrogen

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silicone paper

Preparation method

  • Carefully drop the desired amount of raspberries into the liquid nitrogen. When they sink to the bottom, they will be frozen solid.
  • Scoop them from the nitrogen and place between two sheets of grease-free paper. Roll over gently with a rolling stick to separate all the juice sacs from each other.
  • Place in a storage tray and set in the freezer to come to temperature. Because of the extreme cold of the finished product, NEVER serve immediately!

Serving suggestions

  • As a garnish in a dressing.
  • As a garnish for sorbet.
  • To 'bread' ice cream with a light, refreshing flavour.

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