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The sorbet is sure to delight guests both visually and texturally, and the fog-breathing dragon effect is a fun surprise.
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This recipe calls for a vacuum chamber sealer and liquid nitrogen, things we know not everyone has in their kitchen. But even if this recipe isn't something you actually prepare, we hope you'll enjoy learning how we create our aerated green apple sorbet.
And if you do have the means to complete this recipe, it's quite a showstopper. The sorbet is sure to delight guests both visually and texturally, and the fog-breathing dragon effect is a fun surprise.
Equipment: Chamber vacuum sealer, Juicer, Whipping siphon, N2O cartridges, Wide mouth canning jars, Liquid nitrogen (or dry ice) (optional), Heavy-duty spice grinder, Blender
Get the full recipe at chefsteps.com