A legendary figure among chefs and gourmets, the famous French culinary author, racconteur and chef Auguste Escoffier can probably be credited with inventing much of what we know now as contemporary French cuisine. Known for simplifying and adapting the elaborate recipes that were served at kings' courts during the earlier centuries, Escoffier remained known as the king of chefs and chef of kings". He is the one who invented, among other famous desserts, he invented the P????che Melba?, in honour of the Australian opera singer Nellie Melba, a flaming ice he dubbed the Bombe Nero' and the delicious Fraises la Sarah Bernhardt' with pineapple and Cura???ï¿½ao sorbet. We at Nature Flavors feel very much inspired by Escoffier's creative and luxurious cooking style; and we believe that, with just a little bit of imagination, everyone can make up sumptuous and spectacular desserts fit for kings and queens. For the little Escoffier in all of us, we have carefully crafted our Pumpkin Flavor Syrup; a bottle of pure delicious syrupy goodness to help you create your own delicious desserts and drinks; you could have it in your cafe au lait, in the morning, or drizzled over fresh peaches and strawberries for a healthy and delicious snack or as an ice cream flavouring. Why not try, for example, to top your usual meringue cake with a few spoonfulls of vanilla custard, some fresh apricot slices and Pumpkin Flavor Syrup with a small dash of brandy? Just please don't call it Justin Bieber Meringue?! Escoffier's secret was being a creative cook and not shying away from surprising and at times unseemly combinations. This is how he came about to invent the classic desserts we now know and love. This is why we encourage you to mix, match and combine flavours until you become the next Escoffier! How about, for example, a fresh Pomegranate Syrup
ice cream, topped with fresh slices of pear and topped with Pomegranate Syrup
? Or some delicious strawberry cheesecake with a drizzle of Pomegranate Syrup
In Latin America, healers of the native tribes would often put sugar cane juice on the wounds of injured warriors, to heal them and protect them from harm. African healers in the rainforest would pick fresh herbs with healing properties, which they believed were able to chase away the malevolent spirits and bring balance to the world again. While it may not heal all wounds and illnesses, a few drops of Pumpkin Flavor Syrup in your drink or on top of a dessert will surely bring you, along with their delicate taste and unmistakeable aroma, a bit of relaxation and peace of mind. As ancient healing wisdom teaches us, we are all One- and therefore a bit of appropriate care for our taste buds will have an effect on our minds; then the moments of relaxation and enjoyment provided by your aromatic cup of tea will have, in turn, a positive effect on your body, that will feel more envigorated and well-rested. Healers believe that the human body is a complex mechanism, which responds best to being treated as a whole.
Pumpkin Flavor Syrup tastes equally good in coffees of all kinds or simply in a glass of mineral water, with a lime wedge. You can use it to flavour any drink you can think of- from fancy spiced lattes and blended frappes to lemonades, fruit smoothies or even mocktails; especially the ones with ginger beer. Being quite similar in taste with vanilla syrup, with just that little touch of vintage aroma, Pumpkin Flavor Syrup is suitable for using in baking- especially with cookies, muffins, pancakes, French crepes and the like. You can also use it to flavour vanilla custards or panna cota Being first invented in ice cream parlours, Pumpkin Flavor Syrup also makes a great ingredient for ice cream, either as a flavouring or as a toping. If you use it as a toping, it works best with the nutty flavours- almonds, pistachios, peanuts, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts- or with the sugary-ones -caramel, nougat, butterscotch, butter rum,irish cream. Use it, for example, to top ice cream flavoured with Watermelon Snow Cone Syrup
. If, on the other hand, you are using Pumpkin Flavor Syrup as an actual ice cream flavouring, then simply whisk it into whipping cream, with or without an egg yolk and enjoy.
Pumpkin Flavor Syrup can be used in any way, but given the distinctive, sweet taste, it is very appealing as topping for kids. It is a healthy alternative and easy to use by a parent. Most important, they will be happy and you will be happy. To sweet your coffee with the Pumpkin Flavor Syrup is a healthy choice for you, also. It means less sugar. Put in any product the Pumpkin Flavor Syrup and you will have flavor, sweetness and health. You will make healthy choices and you will eat tasty products. Watching others eating things you know are bad for you is especially hard when you fight your own weight. For such moments you have Pumpkin Flavor Syrup to help you. It will bring such a flavor to your dish that the others will want to try what you have.
How To Recipe
Recipe for Pumpkin Puree Care to know how to make a recipe using Pumpkin Flavor Syrup? We have just the recipe for you. Of course, you are more than welcome to send us your recipes using this product. Preparation of Pumpkin Puree
Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). Cut the pumpkin in half, stem to base. Remove seeds and pulp. Cover each half with foil. Bake in the preheated oven, foil side up, 1 hour, or until tender. Scrape pumpkin meat from shell halves and puree in a blender. Strain to remove any remaining stringy pieces. Store in the freezer in freezer safe bags. Liked this recipe, have a look at Fruit Punch Snow Cone Syrup Grapefruit Syrup (Kosher, Vegan, Gluten Free) Blueberry Syrup TLC
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