HAZELNUT PRALINE EMULSION

QUALITIES

Hazelnut praline emulsion is the equivalent of a classic chocolate ganache. Its possibilities are countless, as this is a very versatile product, which can be combined with any flavours.
To sum up, this recipe consists in emulsifying liquid cream with praline paste. Thanks to the oil contained in the praline, the texture stays very smooth even when stored in the fridge.

USES

This praline emulsion can be used both hot (as a sauce) and cold. Once cooled in the fridge, it is ideal for the assembly of desserts in shot glasses or restaurant desserts due to its smooth and creamy texture.

ADVICE

At the beginning, the texture will not seem to be homogeneous. This simply indicates the beginning of the emulsification process. Add the rest of the liquid. At the end, it is recommended to use an electric whisk.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

4 to 5 days in the fridge.

Can be frozen.

 

Recipe

Created by
  • Ramon Morató - Global Creative Innovation Leader for the Cacao Barry® brand

Basic recipe

Ingredients Preparation
  • 400g
    35% fat liquid cream
  • 1pod(s)
    vanilla

Boil the liquid cream and infuse with vanilla

 

  • 600g
    Nut and dried fruit praline 50%

Strain and pour it gradually over the praline paste
 

Emulsify and store in the fridge 

This basic recipe is ideal with different pralines, but if you wish, you can add dried fruit paste to reduce the sugar quantity and to intensify the dried fruit flavour.

Pure dried fruit paste

Ingredients Preparation
  • 100g
    Pure paste 100% Almonds

Reduce the quantity of chosen praline to 500g

  • 100g
    Pure Paste 100% Hazelnuts

Reduce the quantity of chosen praline to 500g

Praliné Onctueux caramélisé

Ingredients Preparation
  • 600g
    Praliné 50% Hazelnuts
  • 600g
    Praliné 50% Almonds Hazelnuts

Praliné Onctueux Pur Fruit

Ingredients Preparation
  • 600g
    Praliné 50% Valencia Almonds
  • 600g
    Praliné 70% Pistachios

A l’Ancienne

Ingredients Preparation
  • N/Rg
    Praliné 65% Héritage Almonds Hazelnuts

*N/R : Possible, but not recommended as during the process the praline mixes with the liquids which results in humidity and the loss of a crunchy texture

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