Elizabeth Falkner: Moroccan-Date Bonbons

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Hi I'm Elizabeth Faulkner from Citizen Cake in Orson in San Francisco, California and I am going to make some date nut bonbons. It's got a little Moroccan flare. I'm going to take some pistachios, grind these up. So this is going to be on the outside of our bonbons. So I'm going to put these on a plate. Some toasted sliced almonds. [NOISE] I'm gonna add our majule dates, already chopped up a little bit. And then, I'm gonna also add some walnuts. Walnuts are one of the healthiest nuts for you. And some [UNKNOWN] olives, or black olives. We're also gonna add a little bit of grated ginger and orange zest. Honey is really good for you too. These are just really natural sort of energy boosters. I'm gonna pulse this just a little bit. Also something that I think gives it a little more Moroccan flavor is this orange flower water. Just a few drops. Okay. And then we're just gonna pulse that a little bit more. [NOISE] I'm gonna just dump this in a bowl. Here it looks kinda like a cookie dough. And you can just use your hands and make little nuggets or little balls the size of a walnut. So it's really simple. We just toss this in some of the pistachio, and then we're good to go. Okay, let's try one. [BLANK_AUDIO] [SOUND]
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Elizabeth Falkner: Moroccan-Date Bonbons


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