Pecan Oil

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January 14, 2009 by seanbrock

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something I have been tinkering around with for a while

for some reason manipulating fats feels rewarding

here we wanted to create a gummi bear texture with a fat

now that we have it all figured out we can use any fat imaginable

this will be rolled in nitro pecan dust

ingredients used:

glucose

isomalt

sugar

water

gelatin

pecan oil (jean marc)

propylene glycol alginate

cellulose gum

 

wondering if pectin would be a better substitute for gelatin

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4 thoughts on “Pecan Oil

  1. Barzelay says:

    Propylene glycol alginate? Great, another one for me to track down.

    That finished product looks amazing. I’m not going to ask about proportions, but what is the general procedure?

  2. I was looking ideas on a method to make a spreadable olive oil “butter” just last night… and this came up in my research: (perhaps it could help/serve as a further reference point?)

    Check the Khymos hydrocolloid recipe collection.
    There is a recipe from Paco Rancero for olive oil gummy bears…

  3. rodolpho leonardo says:

    Hey Chef, have you tried working with agar agar? it has a kind of unique texture and i think it would do nice with pecan flavor.

  4. Mike Perry says:

    I really want the recipe for this, or if you have a standard ratios that would be evn better. thanks

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