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As an accompaniment to pancakes and other sweets, fish and even smoked cold meats, tonka bean and almond butter surprises as much as it delights the taste buds.
Ingredients for 4 persons :
- 100 g unsalted butter
- 1 tonka bean
- 70 g ground almonds
- 1 tbsp. coffee of pastis
Tonka bean and almond butter recipe
- Take the butter out of the refrigerator 1 hour before using it.
- Make small shavings of the tonka bean.
- In a bowl, work the butter with a fork until it takes on the consistency of an ointment.
- Stir in the almond powder, tonka bean and softened butter pastis. Mix until you get a smooth texture.
- Place the mixed butter on a sheet of cling film and shape into a roll, taking care to close the two ends.
- Place in the fridge for 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes (or 15 minutes in the freezer).
As an accompaniment to pancakes and other sweets, fish and even smoked cold meats!
The different butters:
Butters can be classified according to several criteria: the preservation treatment applied to the cream which served to
manufacture (pasteurized butter, for example), their fat content, their origins (AOC butters) or their technique
For your recipes, you can use: unsalted unsalted butter, semi-salted butter with a salt content between 0.8 and 3% salt or salted butter with more than 3% salt.
Learn more about the tonka bean
The tonka bean (or tonka bean) is the fruit of the tree from which it comes: Teak, native to Latin America. Its color, deep black, all wrinkled, with a very intense and unique fragrance.
In the kitchen, tonka bean brings powerful, warm and sweet almond aromas with a hint of vanilla.
Photo: C. Herlédan