Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Sabayon with fruits



I am sure there is no need for me to Introuduce Meeta, everybody who is bit in intrested in blogging, know her place for her beautiful pictures, presentation and not to mention delicious dessert recipes. I have spend in her place hours and hours.

Even I have forced my husband who is not intreseted in blogs ( not even mine :-) ) to look to WFLH , to show him the beautiful pictures, if he is aorund when I am looking to her new post.

She is celebrating her 4 th year of blogging. And she want all of us to join in with her by opening up a bottle of bubbly, well also sparkling wine is good.
That is what I did yesterday opened up a bottle of sparkly wine and made this delcious Sabayon to serve with fruits.
I mostly love to serve sabayon with summer fruits, but well they are not there yet, still i coudn't stop to pick up a small box of berries while I was in the shop to add to my fruit mix.
So this delicous sabayon , I am going to send for her like to join in the party for MM, here are the details.

My daughter ofcourse is always thrilled when I make sabayon as she just loves it.

First time I made sabayon i used a double boiler method, now i have made them so many times that I just use a steel pan over a small heat and make them.
There is a step by step picutures in my earlier post if you want to make them.

Variety of fruits.
2 tbsp granadine ( optional)
Slice them fruits ans mix with the 2 tbsp of grenadine, if you are using and divide them into 4 glasses

Sabayon:
100 ml sparkline wine
2egg yolks
40 gm sugar ( I used vanilla sugar as i didn't want any eggy taste)

To make the sabayon you need a double boiler or a heatproof bowl over simmering water, and either a strong wrist or a handheld electric whisk. I used a electric whisk.
I don't have a double broiler so i fill up a pan with hot water and use another bowl to fit on to the pan.
Put the pan in a small heat and add the sweet wine in a glass or steel bowl and add the eggs and starts whisking. While bush whisking add the sugar and keep on whisking untill it turns white and frothy, it will take almost 8 to 10 minutes.Pour over the fruits and serve it immidietly.Enjoy this super delicous dessert.

53 comments:

Asha said...

Looks delicious and healthy too with all those fruits in there. Good one Finla.

My blog doesn't work. "edit Post" is disabled, so posts from me until they fix it. I was going to post Dinner rolls today, can't get in at all.

It snowed about an inch y'day, they closed all the schools down today!! Can you believe this? :P

Happy Cook said...

Asha, I did think why any new post is popping up from you in my reader today as it is wenesday.
Wow so much snwo and schools closed, that has never happend here, but then we dodn't get so much snow like you have there. Anyway Shyama's school is just a street away from our home.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

wow looks so yum...

Rachel said...

Love it. pretty and summery.

Shama Nagarajan said...

delicious entry dear

indosungod said...

Delicious HC. Yes spring is just around the corner for those beautiful fruits to make their presence felt.

Akal's Saappadu said...

that's a delicious fruity treat!!!well garnished and hearty one!!!

Neetz said...

beautiful and yummy healthy one!! :)

sowmya's creative saga said...

looks beautiful with all the fruits..

Pavithra said...

Looks sooooooooooo delicious and colorful.

Angie's Recipes said...

Mmmmm...fruity sabayon..how yummy!

Bong Mom said...

Have never heard of Sabayon. Whatever it is, looks mighty good :)

Elra said...

Sometimes I serve fruit this way too. It's so simple, yet very delicious!

Priya said...

Sabayon looks too pretty and gorgeous....feel like grabbing and finishing those both glases...yummmm!!

Ed Schenk said...

What a great dessert!

Naomi said...

This looks delicious and healthy.

Divya Kudua said...

Looks yum..:).new to me,never heard of it!!

I agree with what you said..Meeta's blog is out of this world:):)

PJ said...

looks so yummy, delicious and colorful! perfect recipe for celebration.

Meera said...

Delicious. New to me. loved it.

Happy Cook said...

Elra yeah after making for the first time last year , i make them more often as now i know it is not difficult to make, and looks impressive and delcious.

5 Star Foodie said...

Oh, this sabayon sounds just heavenly with sparkling wine and fruits in in! Excellent dessert!

Jane said...

This looks just delightful and delicious. And your blog is really beautiful!

Suparna said...

this dessert is new to me :0 looks damn tempting:)

Vanamala Hebbar said...

Looks colorful..nice

Nostalgia said...

Looks delicious. Great with all that fruit for sure

simply.food said...

Looks delicious nice click.

Cham said...

What a beautiful way to impress someone to eat fruits! Beautiful F, I never made sabayon u re tempting with all your delicious stuff!

aquadaze said...

Looks absolutely mouth watering HC!

Xiao Yen Recipes said...

This is a very interesting new recipe for me. I've never heard of it and glad I came across it. It sounds so refreshing and yummy!

Helene said...

What a delicious treat. I would serve this in the middle of the afternoon. Looks so refreshing.

Sushma Mallya said...

looks very pretty and totally a new dish...quiet interesting and seems easy too...

Bombay-Bruxelles said...

I love sabayons too! My first experience in making them was in our ex-restaurant when hubby was busy and asked me to make one. I was so scared, but under his guidance, it turned out very well and I became confident to try it out again and again...

Jamie said...

Oh, what a beautiful, elegant dessert and so perfect for the occasion! That is some perfect Sabayon - It scares me but I'll definitely check out your instructions. I love what you did!

Chef Jeena said...

Looks really nice especially with those lovely fruits.

SriLekha said...

wow! looks yummy!

Soma said...

I remember the last post you made on the Sabayon. This looks so good and vibrant with all those fruits in it. Calling the spring and the colors. Beautiful entry.

shankari said...

Is the wine flavor prominent in this dessert?

Happy Cook said...

Shankari, you don't taste tha tmuch wine, but according to my daughter when she took the first spoon she asked me did you add some boose in it. I added vanilla sugar so the wine taste is not that prominent.

Parita said...

Very pretty picstures!

Gulmohar said...

Nutritious and beautiful dessert..I would add the vanilla sugar just like you, as my family also doesn't like the eggy smell in anything :-)

ARUNA said...

Looks gorgeous and i just love those clicks!

sra said...

I think I'll have an accident trying to balance the vessels, the wine and the whisk! More power to you!

Ann said...

That looks amazing. Sabayon - I've never heard of it ebfore, thanks for introducing me to it!

Sumi said...

love the addition of fruits in a drink..looks delicious

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Looks very delightful and refreshing with all those fruits and wine makes one think of festivity!!! ;)

DEESHA said...

sabayon looks absolutely delicious .. I would love this one for sure

Padhu said...

Looks fantastic! Feel like grabbing it from the screen. Perfect entry for the event.

MeetaK said...

finla this looks sensational. just the perfect dessert to sink into. thanks for joining me in the celebrations!

Varunavi said...

Thanks for the wishes.

New desert to me,looks delicious

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Your photography is really nice,looks sinful!

Ivy said...

Wow, this sounds delicious.

Aparna said...

This looks so good, yet very simple to make. Should try making this. Looks a lot like our fruit salad.

And you are putting your new camera to very good use. Your pictue is lovely.

tasteofbeirut said...

I have always known about sabayon but never attempted it! Looks so good and light and fresh!