Mulled winter fruits with cinnamon ice cream

Mulled winter fruits with cinnamon ice cream

Mulled winter fruits with cinnamon ice cream

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To make the mulled fruit, reduce the red wine by half. Bring the port to the boil and add to the wine. Tie the cloves, star anise, zests, cinnamon stick and black peppercorns into a piece of muslin
  • 500ml of red wine
  • 150ml of ruby port
  • 4 cloves
  • 1 star anise
  • 1/2 orange
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 6 black peppercorns
2
Add the orange juice and sugar to the alcohol with the muslin bag, then add the cherry purée. Bring everything to a simmer
  • 60ml of orange juice
  • 20g of dark muscavado sugar
  • 100g of black cherry purée
3
Gently poach all of the fruits in the liquor until just cooked. Place in a kilner jar, cover with the liquid and allow to cool. Chill overnight
  • 2 Cox’s Orange Pippin apples
  • 2 pears
  • 4 fresh figs
  • 2 plums
4
For the cinnamon ice cream, heat the oven to 140°C/gas mark 1. Roast the cinnamon sticks for 5-6 minutes, then gently break up into pieces. Bring the milk to the boil, add the cinnamon and infuse for 30 minutes
  • 10 cinnamon sticks
  • 1000ml of full-fat milk
5
Heat 165g of caster sugar in a pan until it melts, and cook until it turns to a caramel. Take off the heat and add the hot water to stop it cooking
  • 165g of caster sugar
  • 10ml of water
6
Whisk in the strained milk infusion and stir until you have a smooth mixture. Reheat if necessary
7
Whisk the egg yolks with a little infused milk, the remaining caster sugar, the dried milk and stabilizer
  • 200 egg yolks
  • 85g of caster sugar
  • 20g of milk powder
  • 20g of diamante 50 stabiliser
8
Heat to 85°C to pasteurize the mixture, then allow to cool to 4°C. Pass through a fine sieve, pour into an ice cream machine and churn. Freeze until required
9
For the pain d’epices, heat the oven to 170°C/Gas mark 3. In a bowl, lightly mix the eggs and caster sugar. Add the five spices, vanilla extract and orange zest
  • 2 eggs
  • 24g of caster sugar
  • 1g of Chinese five-spice powder
  • 1.5ml of vanilla extract
  • 1/4 orange
10
Warm the milk and honey to 45ºC and add this. Fold the flour into the mix. Spread in a 5mm layer onto a silicone mat-lined tray and cook for 6/7 minutes
  • 60ml of full-fat milk
  • 120g of heather blossom honey
  • 80g of rye flour
  • 40g of flour
11
To glaze, cut 6 portions of pain d’epices, each measuring 10 x 4cm. Heat 15g of the clarified butter with the caster sugar in a frying pan until a light golden brown
  • 15g of clarified butter
  • 125g of caster sugar
12
Add the pain d'epices, evenly coating and caramelizing both sides. Transfer to greaseproof paper and leave to cool down. Cut out 6 rounds
13
To plate, warm the fruit gently and drain off the cooking liquid. Place the warm fruits around the bowl
14
Place a piece of pain d'epice in the centre of the bowl with a scoop of ice cream on top. Sprinkle the crispy pain d'epice on the ice cream, and add some of mulled liquor. Serve immediately

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Mulled wine fruits

Cinnamon ice cream

  • 10 cinnamon sticks
  • 1000ml of full-fat milk
  • 260g of caster sugar
  • 10ml of water, heated
  • 85g of caster sugar
  • 20g of milk powder
  • 20g of diamante 50 stabiliser
  • 10 egg yolks

Pain d’epice

Glaze

  • 15g of clarified butter
  • 125g of caster sugar

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