Help with a dish

Discussion in 'Professional Pastry Chefs' started by rexxar, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. rexxar

    rexxar

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    For most of my life i have been in love with thai ice tea and i want to make a dish that gives a nod to it.
    i have most of it figured out

    garnish will be a sugar crusted basil leaf

    the milk seen floatig atop will be represented by a coconut ice cream
    The tea will be a sweet pangang curry pannacotta

    here is where i run into a brick wall , what should put instead of the boba?
     i was thinking some type of alginate encased situation of what?
    any help or advice would be welcomed
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  2. spicyjalebi

    spicyjalebi

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    That sounds fan-stinkin-tastic Rexxar!

    What about doing a tea/coffee infused anglaise in alginate to bring a little of that tea/coffee bitterness into it; maybe sweetened with some vanilla or add a little frangellico or benedictine to it.
     
  3. rexxar

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    the coffee sounds  awesome will try it tomarrow  and see how it goes