Milles feuilles of red fruits

Yield: 4 servings

Measure Ingredient
200 grams Puff Pastry
1 \N Punnet Raspberries
1 \N Punnet Blackberries
1 \N Punnet Blueberries
1 \N Punnet Red Currants
225 grams Fresh Raspberries
75 grams Icing Sugar
2 \N Eggs
200 millilitres Sugar Syrup; (made from 100g of
\N \N ; Caster Sugar and
\N \N ; 100ml Water)
100 millilitres Kirsch

MILLES FEUILLES AND FRUIT

COULIS

SABAYON

Coulis

1. Blend together the fresh raspberries and icing sugar and pass through a sieve.

Pastry

2. Roll out the puff pastry to 3mm thickness and leave to rest in the fridge for 1 hour. Cut into 8 x 4 inch circles and leave to rest.

3. In a preheated oven - Gas Mark 7, place the pastry circles onto a non-stick baking sheet and dust with icing sugar.

4. Cook for approximately 15 minutes, or until golden brown, and shiny on top.

5. Remove from the bottom and keep the best 4 rounds for the tops of the mille feuilles.

6. Cut a circle out of the bottoms and remove any raw pastry from the inside. Do the same for the top.

Sabayon

7. Place the egg yolks, syrup and kirsch in a wide shallow pan and whisk together over a gentle heat.

8. Continue to whisk until a foam starts to form. Meanwhile warm through a red fruit and raspberry coulis. 9. Put the bottom of the mille feuille on to the centre of the plate, and fill the scooped out centre with the fruit and juices allowing them to spill over the edges.

10. Pour around the sabayon and place the glazed top on the top of the mille feuille.

11. Serve

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NOTES : Chef:Aaron Patterson

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