Copa Lolita – Chef Sandip Acherjee

         

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COPA LOLITA, CREAM CARAMEL WITH RUM & RAISIN ICE CREAM, RECIPE FROM CUBA-01

Copa Lolita

 

SERVINGS: 8 portions

 

INGREDIENTS:-

 

Double Cream – 500 ml
Milk – 500 ml
Milk Maid – 200 gm
Sugar – 60 gm or 4 table spoon
Egg – 9 nos.
Vanilla Essence – 5 ml
Dark Chocolate (Cup) – 350 gm (for garnish)

 

DIRECTIONS:-

 

Mix egg and milkmaid together then fold double cream, then add milk and vanilla essence.
Strain the mixture and keep aside.
Caramel the sugar and coat the desired mould with the said caramel thus formed.
Then pour the mixture into the mould and simmer in double boiler in a preheated oven at 180 degree Celsius for 35 to 40 minutes.

 

To make chocolate cups, melt the chocolate and dip the balloon into the chocolate mixture and keep in refrigerator until the chocolate solidifies, then just take out the air from the balloon and discard the same, the chocolate cup is ready for use.

 

Fill the chocolate cup with seasonal fruits, garnish with beaten cream and chocolate stick. Place a sprig of mint on top.

 

 

Unit Chef – Sandip Acherjee of Afraa.

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About Chef

I did Three years Diploma in Hotel and Kitchen Management from Turning Point, School of Hotel Management, Kolkata. I did my professional training from Great Eastern Hotel, Kolkata, Lalit group. I worked at The Park, Kolkata as a D.C.D.P. and also worked in Bridge Cafe (The Park, Kolkata) as a Chef de Partie. I also worked in Spaghetti Kitchen in Forum Mall (Pan India Food Solution Pvt. Ltd.) as Sr. Chef de Partie. Presently working at Afraa at City Center–I (Ambuja Group) as a Unit Chef as well as all Afraa Deli’s in Kolkata and continuing with the organization with full enthusiasm & devotion for betterment of organization. I can prepare from the simple to the most elegant cuisines utilizing the freshest herbs, vegetables, fruits and hand-cut meats to achieve the ideal intensity of flavors. A gourmet meal can be created from one of my many mainstay dishes or developed and customized based on the needs and personal tastes of you and your guests. Put my culinary expertise to the test!


Chef Sandip Acherjee
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