Grand Marnier Macerated Fresh Berries
A simple, easy way to macerate or soak berries for eating or putting onto other desserts. Maceration is simply the process of soaking or steeping food, in this case fresh or frozen fruit, in a liquid. The secret tip here is to use Grand Marnier, orange juice and brown sugar as your base for soaking.
Use these flavorful berries on cake, ice cream or serve with whipped cream.
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What we're going to do now is we're just going to add orange juice. This is my secret, Grand Mariner. It has that nice orange flavor to it. And now we're going to put a little bit of brown sugar. Not a lot. We're just going to sprinkle it over the top. And that's it. We're not even a mix these together.
Tonight, when we put the plastic wrap over the top, what will happen is the sugar will melt down into the orange juice and the brandy, which is really nice. So all we're going to do is put this right on top, nice and tight. And that's it. It's ready for the refrigerator.
So we've macerated our fruit overnight. And it looks absolutely wonderful. We're just going to scoop it around. Just mix it up really nicely. So now, you have that flavor of the orange in a little bit of sugar. Berries are sweet enough in the summertime, you only need a little bit of the sugar to pick them up.
Video Recipe: Strawberry Trifle With Grand Marnier
When I have a party and have many things to cook, I am constantly thinking about quick desserts that are easy to put together in just a few simple steps. The Strawberry trifle video recipe has some fresh strawberry compote, pound cake, whipped cream and walnuts that are soaked in Grand Marnier and all layered up in a dessert glass. Do try this recipe of the quick and simple trifle, it will be a hit at your holiday parties.
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4 Easy Cocktails With Orange Flavored Liqueur Grand Marnier
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½ cran juice
¼ fresh lime juice
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Easy Fresh Fruit Dessert
Easy Fresh Fruit Dessert
My Easy Fresh Fruit Dessert is a Cobi Classic! I have been making this easy fresh fruit dessert since before my children were born! And let me tell you, it stands up to the test of time. The creamy Grand Marnier sauce takes it over the top. Perfect for an elegant dinner party or a backyard Bar B Que. Make it, Serve it, Enjoy!
FOR THE SAUCE
8 ounces cream cheese, room temperature
1 cup sour cream
1 cup powdered sugar
½ cup whipping cream
2 tablespoons (or more) Grand Marnier
A mix of grapes, hulled strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries
Combine first 4 ingredients and 2 tablespoons of Grand Marnier in the processor. Blend until smooth. Taste and add more Grand Marnier, if desired.
Transfer mixture to a bowl and refrigerate until cold, about 1 hour. ( Can be prepared 1 day ahead. Keep refrigerated.)
Divide fruit among stemmed goblets. Top with sauce and serve.
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Bananas Flambé / Bananas Foster Recipe. Perfect Dessert for a Hot Date. How to Make it!
Get the RECIPE and INGREDIENTS here (plus a cute story): For Valentine's Day, or for any cook at home date, nothing beats a sexy Banana Flambé - a French dessert ( Bananas Foster is the American modified version ) is surprisingly easy to make. Basically, citrus, bananas, sugar, butter, and Grand Marnier, or orange liqueur. Add brandy, light it up, and poof! You have a show. It's impressive, but not so difficult. It's not too late! Run to the store and get the ingredient list below. You'll thank me later.
Here is a quick recap of the ingredients (for 2 servings):
2 just ripe bananas
about a cup of orange juice
4 tbsps sugar
1 tbsp unsalted butter
some slivered almonds
2 tpsp of Orange Liqueur (Grand Marnier is the gold standard)
Brandy or Cognac (or Rum)
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How to Make Strawberries Romanoff
Escoffier Online's Chef Susie Wolak discusses how to incorporate Grand Marnier into America's sweet new obession: Boozy Desserts. Watch Chef Susie as she give a cooking lesson on how to make strawberries romanoff. To view the recipe to accompany this video please visit
Tasting 5 Different Types Of Grand Marnier! | Master Your Glass
On this episode of MYG I review 5 different expressions of Grand Marnier.
Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge: The most popular brand of the lineup and to say it is iconic is an understatement. It was created in 1880 by Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle It contains 40% ABV in the USA. The bottle contains 51% cognac and 49% orange essence.
Flavor: Bitter orange, balanced by cognac notes of hazelnuts and toffee with a long, balanced finish
Grand Marnier Louis Alexander: Launched in honor of the creator of Grand Marnier liqueur, Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle. It blends VSOP Cognac - Which by French law must be a minimum of 4 years old with aromatic bitter oranges. The bottle contains 82% Cognac and 18% Bitter orange essence.
Flavor: Intense Cognac flavors and orange, balanced by a piney and more of that earl gray
Grand Marnier Cuvée du Centenaire: First released in limited quantities in 1927 to commemorate the 100th anniversary. It is made with up to 25-year-old fine cognacs. The bottle contains 82% Cognac and 18% Bitter orange essence.
Flavor: Complex flavors of orange, balanced by a rich flavor of aged cognac with some hints of tobacco
Grand Marnier Cuvée 1880: A blend of premium XO Cognac that are aged up to 60 years from the most prestigious of those 6 areas called “Grande Champagne”. The bottle contains 91% cognac and 9% orange liqueur. The bottle features an interesting décor that is reminiscent of the late 19th century Belle Époque era combined with Art nouveau style
Flavor: Deep and intense cognac flavors with a light touch of orange and round undertones of fruit and vanilla. It’s lovely
Grand Marnier Cuvee Quintessence: This is marriage between 20 rare vintages cognacs up to 100 years old and in this case the orange essence is doubled distilled to concentrate the flavors so that it can hold
up and counterbalance the vintage cognacs in the glass
Flavor: Fresh mellow and complex flavors of cognac with flavors of nuts and tropical fruits like peach or apricot perhaps. Such a long beautiful finish
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The #1 recipe for creme brulee. Grand Marnier infused
Want to learn how to make creme brulee? Any flavor? Any time? This video is for you! In this episode we are preparing orange flavored creme brulee, however you can switch up the flavorings any way you wish. By using fruit purees, different flavored liquor, different zest or fresh vanilla, you can make your creme brulee taste like anything! This is a solid base recipe, so go nuts! Remember to like or Subscribe to Food fox chef John Tapper II for helpful tips that work in the kitchen! Thanks for watching!#weather #translate #news
Berry Chantilly Cake With Mascarpone Cream Cheese Frosting!
Berry Chantilly cake is made with tender vanilla cake layered fresh mixed berries and frosted with a luscious mascarpone whipped topping. It's super moist and has an amazing flavor combo with its tangy frosting and sweet berry filling!
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13 oz (368.54 g) bleached cake flour
13 oz (368.54 g) granulated sugar
3 tsp (14.79 g) baking powder
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
8 oz (226.8 g) butter (unsalted)
1 Tbsp vanilla extract
10 oz (283.5 g) whole milk (room temperature)
3 oz (85.05 g) vegetable oil
3 large eggs (room temperature)
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16 oz cream cheese (softened)
8 oz unsalted butter (softened)
16 oz mascarpone cheese (softened)
22 oz powdered sugar (sifted)
2 tsp vanilla extract
8 oz heavy whipping cream
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2 cups fresh or frozen berries
2.5 oz sugar
1 oz water
1 oz cornstarch
1 tsp lemon zest
2 tsp lemon juice
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Cranberry Sauce Recipe | Grand Marnier Cranberry Sauce
Cranberry Sauce Recipe with an added touch of orange cognac. For the perfect orange fruit infusion!!
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1 12 oz bag fresh cranberries
1 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup orange juice
1/2 cup water
4 tbsps Grand Marnier
Using medium-high heat add water, orange juice, and sugar to a saucepan and combine. Allow it to come to a slow simmer.
Add cranberries. Allow the sauce to come to a boil.
Reduce heat to low and simmer for about 10-12 mins.
Allow the sauce to thicken.
Remove the pan from the stovetop, allowing the sauce to cool.
Add 4 tbsps of Grand Marnier and combine.
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French Bread Pudding with Grand Marnier Sauce by Designing Dishes
You'll never taste a richer or better Bread Pudding than this recipe by Designing Dishes. The custard is thick and sweet. It's poured over layers of cubed French bread , chopped pecans and golden raisins and popped in the oven. Serving warm Grand Marnier Sauce over warm bread pudding is a comfort dessert you'll dream of often after you taste this one. Enjoy!!!!
raspberry coulis- the best fruit sauce for everything
This recipe is so easy to make you will love it.
My raspberry coulis is often a sauce I used on my desserts. It is just goes with pretty much any sweet I make. You can also use it for your yoghurt, muesli and we will also use that for some jelly, insert of cakes.
You can do this with any fruits and use the same recipe. IT is simple, easy and can be kept up to 5 days in the fridge and 6 months in the freezer.
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Macerated Nectarines And Berries In Sparkling Wine - Easy Summer Dessert Recipe
Macerated nectarines and berries in prosecco (or other sparkling wine) is a delicious, easy and healthy summer dessert. There are several different options for the fruit! You can substitute peaches for the nectarines. And either raspberries, blackberries or a combination of both can be used. Join Eric from Simply Elegant Home Cooking to see how easy it is to prepare this summer fruit dessert. Be sure to allow 30 minutes for the fruit to macerate! Once the sugar is added, allowing the mixture to sit out at room temperature will draw out and concentrate the fruit’s juices and will create a complex layering of flavors. This dessert is great to serve at a party or other celebratory event, or really any time on a hot summer day!
-4 nectarines or peaches (white nectarines were used in the video and were delicious)
-12 ounces blackberries and/or raspberries
-12 ounces strawberries (preferably organic), stems and centers removed, cut into quarters
-1 tablespoon Grand Marnier or Cointreau
-1 cup prosecco or other sparkling wine
-1/4 cup sugar
-12 fresh mint leaves, finely minced
-zest of ½ lemon
-Thoroughly wash and dry all of the fruit. Slice the nectarines into thin slices and remove the cores of the strawberries and cut them into quarters.
-Combine the nectarines, berries, sugar, orange liqueur, mint, and lemon zest into a large bowl and mix. Allow the mixture to sit out for 30 minutes at room temperature, stirring every five minutes.
-After the fruit has macerated for 30 minutes, add the prosecco and serve immediately. Garnish with a light dusting of sugar if desired.
Fried Fruits - Strawberries & Bananas
This video demonstrates a perfect method for frying these two fruits with a soufflé fritter batter and joined by a sweet warm sabayon sauce. The cook could certainly serve these fruits with chocolate or cold vanilla sauces as well and even whipped cream. Both of these preparations represent the classic French approach for this type of preparation. The cook can use other fruits such as apple, pear, apricots and peaches with this method and be very pleased with the outcome. Of course, the individual fruits can be flavored a variety of ways prior to being battered such as demonstrated here with tossing the strawberries in Gran Marnier prior to the flouring stage. All in all, this is a great winter dessert and also has a “date night” quality to its preparation, presentation and consumption.
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Chocolate: Chocolate Basket with Fresh Fruit by Thaddeus Dubois
Chocolate tuile cups cradle dacquoise rounds and orange cream under a mound of exotic fruit. Colorful mango and raspberry purées are used to decorate the dessert plates. The fruit is sprayed with Grand Marnier Syrup, giving it a gloss. Chef DuBois notes that you can’t tell if a chocolate tuile is done by its color; watch to see when the batter stops bubbling, he says.
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Crepes in a Banana Blackberry Grand Marnier Sauce
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Baked Cranberry Sauce Recipe (with Grand Marnier)
How to make homemade cranberry sauce by oven roasting the cranberries with orange liqueur.
1. Half the oranges. Then in a large mixing bowl add the sugar and juice the orange halves. In my video I mention just using one orange but I found two works a lot better.
2. Add the Triple Sec and whisk together the juice and sugar mixture so that the sugar is mostly dissolved.
3. Add in the fresh cranberries. Mix the cranberries so they are lightly coated.
4. Place the cranberries in a baking dish or on a shallow cookie sheet.
5. Bake the cranberries at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes. When they have wilted, broken open and look like these gorgeous things, take them out.
You can chill them and serve them later but they are best hot and gooey. So I would bake them right before dinner is ready to be served, and then enjoy!
Recipe Grand Marnier Christmas cake
Recipe - Grand Marnier Christmas cake
●3 cups (500g) sultanas cup (100g) glac cherries
●1 1/2 cups (250g) raisins, chopped coarsely
●1 1/2 cups (115g) seeded dates, chopped coarsely cup (125g) glac apricots, chopped coarsely cup (125g) glac pineapple, chopped coarsely cup (85g) orange marmalade cup (180ml) Grand Marnier (or brandy or rum)
●250g butter, softened cup (165g) firmly packed dark brown sugar
●2 cups (300g) plain flour
●2 teaspoons mixed spice
●1 cup (160g) roasted almonds, chopped coarsely cup (60ml) Grand Marnier, extra Decorations cup (55g) caster sugar cup (60ml) water
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Crepes Suzette is a French classic that is fun and easy to make at home. Here is the recipe.
Sauce Recipe for 8 crepes (4 servings):
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1 tsp vanilla extract
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Grand Berry - Recette de Grand Marnier
Long drink très harmonieux qui associe les saveurs fruitées et acidulées du jus de cranberry à la rondeur de la liqueur Grand Marnier®. Le cognac y apporte complexité aromatique.
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Wheat Berry Fools with Grand Marnier
Cookbook author Maria Speck will fool you with this creamy and rich, yet healthful dessert. Fools are traditionally a mixture of sweetened whipped cream and fruit pureé. Maria lightens the whipped cream with tangy Greek yogurt, then folds in soft, nutty wheat berries and sweet, dried figs that have been plumped in Grand Marnier (orange-flavored cognac). This decadent treat will prove that you don't have to forsake flavor when making healthy dessert choices.
Amy's Grand Marnier Cranberry Sauce
Forget the canned cranberry sauce! Try Amy's Grand Marnier Cranberry Sauce for Thanksgiving. It is tart and sweet with an orange background. It is made with honey, fresh squeezed orange juice, and Grand Marnier. It will be the hit of your Thanksgiving gathering.
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Lemon Lime & Parsley Margarita Popsicles
I love shrubs and this homemade margarita popsicle is no exception. In this video I show you how to make a citrus packed popsicle with muddled parsley, tequila, and fresh lemon and lime. These boozy pops are both refreshing, festive, and a little fun.
Full Recipe + Ingredients:
Honeydew Jalapeño Shrub, 2 bottles
Sugar, 1/3 cup
Lime, one, thinly sliced
Tequila, 3 ounces
Grand Marnier, 1 ounce
Chopped Parsley, 1/4 cup
Add chopped parsley to a large measuring cup.
Add some tequila. Muddle the parsley. Add remaining tequila.
Add in the sugar and whisk to combine.
Add in the two bottles of Honeydew Jalapeño Shrub.
Prep the popsicle mold by adding lime slices to each cup. Then add in twists of lemon to each cup. Use a popsicle stick to get the fruit in place.
Now add the popsicle base to the cups.
Add in your popsicle sticks and place the mold in the freezer. Freeze for at least 10 hours before enjoying.
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La fois où... Rodrigo nous inspire un BBQ de poisson relevé et coloré !
Épisode 12 de la série #JesuisunEnfantTerrible
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Un poisson entier sur le BBQ avec une savoureuse marinade al pastor, une salade de fruits à noyau grillée, un fromage asado grillé et une merveilleuse margarita !
Rodrigo Flores, chef, L'Île-des-Sœurs
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The one when… Rodrigo inspires us with a spicy and colorful barbecued fish!
A whole fish on the BBQ, with a beautiful Al Pastor marinade, a grilled stone fruit salad and a marvelous margarita!
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