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1 cup (250ml) water 2 tablespoons (40gm) roasted and ground wattleseed 2 tablespoons (50gm) castor sugar 2 1/2 cups (600ml) pure or thickend cream Bring the water to the boil and add the wattleseed and sugar. Let the liquid boil until it has reduced in volume by at least a quarter. Remove from the heat and strain through a fine sieve, reserving the softened wattleseed grounds. Allow to cool. Whip the cream until firm peaks form (be carful not to overbeat), and gently folf through the wattleseed syrup and the reserved wattleseed grounds.

Wattleseed Cream


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(posted September 30, 2004)

1 cup (250ml) water
2 tablespoons (40gm) roasted and ground wattleseed
2 tablespoons (50gm) castor
sugar
2 1/2 cups (600ml) pure or thickend
cream

Bring the water to the
boil and add the wattleseed and sugar. Let the liquid boil until it has reduced in volume by at least a quarter. Remove from the heat and strain through a fine sieve, reserving the softened wattleseed grounds. Allow to cool.

Whip the cream until firm peaks form (be carful not to overbeat), and gently folf through the wattleseed syrup and the reserved wattleseed grounds.


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from Sydney, Australia wrote:0  0

Since I invented Wattleseeds as a flavouring (see http://www.cherikoff.net/cherikoff/index.php?id=130 back in the 1980s I have done a great deal of research into its uses.

One thing of note is that Wattleseed in cream is best not sweetened as the tannins seem to unmask the lactose in dairy and make it naturally sweet. Refined sugar also masks the coffee, chocolate. hazelnut profile of well roasted Wattleseeds. Be sure to buy the best quality Wattleseed products and perhaps I could refer you to the link above for a source to the absolute best.
1 starsMarch 7, 2006


 
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