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fiordilatte gelato cups with dulce de leche and glazed pancetta





fiordilatte gelato cups: fiordilatte icecream with dulce de leche and Cointreau glazed pancetta flakes

 gelato serving idea_fiordilatte cups with dulce de leche and pancetta flakes

 

Glazed Pancetta & Dulce De Leche Gelato Cups | the we need ice project by gourmet project

 

dulce de leche icecream cups with fior di latte gelato and Cointreau glazed pancetta flakes

I made mini cups… because we are talking of fats, and fats, and fats… creamy, delicious fats. Crispy, seductive fats. But then we had 2 (maybe 3?) each. #naughty

Whatever, let’s start with the dulce de leche icecream recipe…

a dulce de leche icecream recipe
 
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recipe type: dessert
cuisine: fusion
serves: 4-5
ingredients
  • For the dulce the leche:
  • 1 cup of milk
  • ½ cup of brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of baking soda
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • For the glazed pancetta:
  • 60 gr thinly sliced pancetta
  • 25 gr brown sugar
  • 20 ml Cointreau
  • 300-400 gr of fior di latte gelato (or vanilla icecream)
how to
  1. Preheat oven to 160°C.
  2. Place milk, sugar and a pinch of salt in a bowl. Bring to a boil, lower the heat and cook, stirring occasionally. Wait until it gets so creamy that passing a wood spoon on the bottom of the pot it will leave a clean trace.
  3. Let chill 5 minutes and pour the cream in mini cups. (I used silicon baking cups). Refrigerate for at least a couple of hours.
  4. Heat the Cointreau in a pot (or microwave) & dissolve the sugar in it. Brush the syrup on both sides of the pancetta slices and place them on an oven sheet with parchment paper. Keep the remaining syrup for later.
  5. Bake the pancetta slices in the oven for about 5 minutes: you need them golden brown. Remove and wait until they chills.
  6. Crumble the pancetta, with your hands, a mortar or scissors.
  7. Time to assembly: take the dulce de leche cups from the fridge.
  8. Place a scoop of gelato in each cup. Sprinkle it with the glazed pancetta crumbles.
  9. Finally, season with a few drops of the Cointreau syrup.
  10. Serve immediately.

 

enjoy your gelato and think of fats tomorrow 🙂

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22 Comments

  1. That is so creative. I love the combination. Can’t wait to try it!

  2. I think that limiting yourself by making small sizes is not going to work on me given how delicious this looks!

    • As it didn’t work for me Amanda :-(… But worth every spoon!

  3. And there is bacon in it? So unique .

  4. This sounds amazing!! I love the sound of that pancetta – well actually I love the sound of every single thing!

  5. This looks crazy good! I love the use of the pancetta, very innovative. 🙂

  6. That’s so creative! Would love to try this. Well, without the bacon 😉

  7. Oh WOW!! That looks absolutely sinfully delicious! I LOVE dulce de leche and to top it with some pancetta?? hell yes!

  8. You had me at glazed pancetta – this sounds lovely! Dairy and I have a love hate relationship, but I think for this I can make things work for a bit

    • @Sarah, I totally understand. Yes make them work for at least one day 🙂

  9. Oh wow this looks absolutely heavenly!

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