Tropezienne revisits Christophe Michalack
Christophe Michalack's recipe súr "in the shoes of a chef "
There are things I did not put because I did not like, mango combawa, lemon yellow ....
250 g of milk
40 g of sugar
40 g of egg yolk
20 g of cornstarch
20 grams of orange blossom aroma
10 grams of kirsch
1 vanilla podp> 1 combawa
50 grams of butter
2 sheets of gelatin
100 grs of 35% liquid cream mat. grasse mini.montee
125g of sugar
75g of pine nuts
Fleur de sel
1 ripe mango
Boil the milk with the zest of lemon and combawa, and a scraped vanilla bean. In a bowl, mix the egg yolks with the sugar and the cornstarch. Pour the hot milk over with a sieve in several times, so as not to have lumps, while mixing energetically. Return to heat always stirring until thickened with this custard. Pour the kirsch and the orange blossom, the butter, then the gelatin sheets previously dipped in cold water, add a pinch of fleur de sel. Ridding, filming on contact and book cool. Once cooled, gently fold in the cream, fill a pastry bag with and set aside.
Roasting pine nuts in a pan, and start a caramel with sugar in parallel. Once the sugar is caramel, add the pine nuts and mix with a spatula. Salt with a pinch of fleur de sel, then flush on a plate between 2 sheets of parchment paper. Using a 4 cm cookie cutter, cut out circles of nougatine once cooled.
Slicing the brioche into slices quite thick (two cm thick), then toast these slices. With a cookie cutter, the same as for nougatine, detail circles.
Peel the mango, and using a Parisian apple spoon (or root spoon), detail the mango balls.
On a plate, place the circles of brioches, then a mango ball on it. Cover the balls with diplomat cream, then finish with the nougatine discs. Mix the rest of the nougatine and sprinkle on the plate, as well as icing sugar (codineige).