- Posted March 2, 2013 by
Thyme honey jelly with red fruits
This is a very simple recipe which will put your taste buds in ecstasy. Thyme is a well-known culinary and medicinal herb. Thyme is often used to flavor meats, soups and stews. It has a particular affinity to and is often used as a primary flavor with lamb, tomatoes and eggs. The fresh form is more flavorful but also less convenient; storage life is rarely more than a week. While summer-seasonal, fresh thyme is often available year-round.
1 cup raspberry sauce, 10 ½ oz. (about 1 1/3 cups) whipped cream, 10 ½ oz. creme patissiere (vanilla-flavored custard filling for pastries and cakes), 5 ¼ oz. wild strawberries For the jelly: 3/4 cup water, 1 vanilla pod, 1/3 cup thyme honey, 1 gelatine leaf
Place 8 ½ teaspoons of red fruit sauce in each bowl and place it in the freezer for 20. Insert the whipped cream and the creme patissiere, in order to obtain a light cream. Once the red fruit sauce is ready, cover it with 7 tablespoons of this light cream. Place the wild strawberries in circles on top of this and refrigerate. Boil the water and vanilla. Remove from the stovetop and stir in thyme honey. Soak the gelatine in cold water and add it to the honey mixture. Mix with a beater and refrigerate. Pour the honey jelly over the fruits, about 3 soup spoons per person. Freeze for 10 minutes, then serve.