Friday, 20 July 2012

Modern Coconut Tartufo with Kahlua, Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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 New Executive Chef at Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur, Darrell J. O'Neill
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Modern Coconut Tartufo with Kahlua

New executive Chef Darrell J. O'Neill at Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur shares his recipe for Modern Coconut Tartufo with Kahlua with The Yum List. This sweet concoction with Malibu, rum and Kahlua  is just as much a cocktail as it is a dessert. Fresh mango cubes are topped with coconut ice cream and drizzled with Malibu Sabayon before being crowned with a chocolate sheet and doused with the liquor espresso mix.
  
Modern Coconut Tartufo with Kahlua
Portions – 4
Ingredients:
290gm Coconut Ice Cream
320ml Malibu Sabayon
160gm Mango (Diced)
15ml Kahlua
15ml Rum
 40ml Espresso
 4pc Chocolate Sheets
 Gold Leaf

Coconut Ice Cream:
660ml Fresh Milk
 2pc Grated Fresh Coconut
 550 Water
 320 Caster Sugar
  70gm Ice Cream Mix Stabilizer

Method:
Combine the water with the grated Coconut and squeeze out the milk through a strainer into another bowl then add the fresh milk and half of the sugar and bring to the boil until 80 degrees. Add the other half of the sugar to the Ice Cream Stabilizer and add to the heated Coconut milk and stir until dissolved, place bowl into ice to cool down and then add to ice cream machine to churn.

Malibu Sabayon:
     6 Egg Yolks
     15ml Water
     15ml Malibu

Method:
Place a sauce pan with warm water on a burner/induction and add your egg yolks to a clean mixing bowl and then place onto the sauce pan and use as a hot bath, add the water and start to whisk your egg yolks and after 1 minute add your Malibu and keep whisking until your sabayon becomes light and airy so you will be able to make your figure of 8 with your whisk.


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50450 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
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3 comments:

  1. whoa, even though i'm not the biggest fan of coconut, i'd love to taste this! tantalizing, it is :D

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  2. Oh yes my dear, this sounds like your perfect dessert - alcohol infused is right up your alley.:-)

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  3. I wonder what it tastes like... Not a fan of coconut but this has rum!!! Oooooo!!!!

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