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french food friday...Crumble Renversé à la Mangue



Coucou mes amies,

It's already Friday and as promised here is the recipe for the dessert that I devoured at the fabulous restaurant, we went to last Saturday night.

 

Crumble Renversé à la Mangue


For 4 people

Ingredients
150 g biscuits (any plain biscuits will do)
50 g flour
50 g of brown sugar
100 g butter - melted
3-4 passion fruit
25g butter
1 vanilla pod
2 g  gelatine
pistachios and pomegranate seeds for garnish (optional)


Method
Crush the biscuits.

Mix together the crushed biscuits,  flour, brown sugar and melted butter.

Place the mixture into the bottom of 6 pastry rings placed on an oven tray  covered with baking paper.

Bake 10 minutes in preheated 180 °  oven

Remove and let cool.

Cut the mango into cubes and cook in a pan over low heat with the butter, add the gelatine, sugar and vanilla pod and let cook over low heat, until mangoes are soft .

Mix the pulp of passion fruit and strain and add after cooking.

Add the mixture into the pastry circle and chill.

Garnish with pistachios and pomegranate seeds.

Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

bon appetit à tous, Leeann

avec une boule de glace vanille bourbon.

Comments

  1. Oh how delicious!!It looks beautiful as well!

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    Karena
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  2. This looks delicious! I don't see the mango in the ingredients though. How much should I use? Thanks! :)

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  3. I have no clue how to pronounce that dessert but it looks delicious. It does not look overly complicated to make so I will be trying this dessert very soon. Thank you for posting the recipe.

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