Chef Ferrán Adrià of El Bulli
– Roses, Spain
Adapted by StarChefs.com
- ½ pineapple
- 200 grams pineapple water
- .08 grams stabilizer*
- 2 grams gelatin (previously soaked in cold water)
- 400 grams coconut milk
- 250 grams coconut milk
- 80 grams half and half (35% fat)
- 1 siphon
- 1 N20 cartridge (Nitrogen)
- 50 grams white rum
- 2 grams gelatin (Previously soaked in cold water)
- Organic large crystal sugar
- 20 pieces freeze dried pineapple
Peel and core the pineapple, cut into small chunks and blend.
Heat the puree to 160ºF. Strain puree, reserving juice, for
at least 6 hours in a sieve, pushing on pulp to extract as much
juice as possible.
Dissolve the stabilizer in some of the pineapple water. Heat to
185ºF. Add the gelatin and stir well while adding the rest
of the pineapple water. Place mixture in the Paco-jet container
but leave to stabilize in the refrigerator for a minimum of 6
hours and then freeze.
Strain the coconut milk first through a strainer and then through
Mix the strained coconut milk with the half and half. Pour into
a siphon using a funnel. Charge the siphon with N20 cartridge
and refrigerate for 2 hours.
Warm half the rum and dissolve the gelatin in it. Add the remaining
rum to a flat-bottomed container and leave to set.
Process portions of the sorbet in the ice cream maker according
to the manufacturer’s instructions. Place a teaspoon of
rum jelly in the center of a soupspoon. Top with a small dollop
of coconut foam. Use a small teaspoon to place a dollop of pineapple
sorbet. Garnish the tip of the spoon with two pieces of freeze-dried
pineapple and sprinkle a little organic sugar on top of the sorbet.