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Strawberry spaghetti

This spaghetti can be made from a wide variety of base liquids. Always make sure the mixture packs a sufficient amount of flavour, and keep the dosage of agar agar as low as possible. The equipment needed to make this spaghetti is available from specialised culinary wholesalers. Here, we present two examples that are each nice on their own, but also go great together.

Strawberry spaghetti

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Ingredients

250

g

strawberry coulis

100

g

water

50

g

sugar 

7

g

agar agar

Preparation method

  • Combine the liquids with the sugar and bring to the boil with the agar agar.
  • Strain and skim the surface with a spoon.
  • Fill a hypodermic needle with the liquid and inject into silicone hoses.
  • Immediately place in an ice water bath and let fully gel.
  • Extrude the spaghetti from the hoses using a siphon with a special adapter.

Serving suggestions

  • As a component in a dessert with red fruits and yoghurt ice cream. This jelly gives a composition a very interesting structure. 
  • Line the walls of a deep-sided plate with the spaghetti and finish at the table with a consommé of red fruits and a quenelle of sorbet of yoghurt or lemon verbena.

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