Hazelnuts and sweet cheese, rosehips and anise hyssop

Andy Tomlinson

Andy Tomlinson

31st October 2012
Andy Tomlinson

Hazelnuts and sweet cheese, rosehips and anise hyssop

Hazelnuts and sweet cheese, rosehips and anise hyssop winning Great British Menu Dessert From Simon Rogan


  • milk x 30g
  • sweet cheese x 22g
  • pro crema x 4g
  • dextrose x 2.5g
  • glycerine x 2g
  • caster sugar x 7.5g
  • gellan x 1g
  • water x 50g
  • dry white wine x 50ml
  • caster sugar x 37.5g
  • ascorbic acid x 2g
  • pear x 1
  • anise hyssop x 1 tray
  • fructose x 20g
  • peeled hazelnuts x 60g
  • dried diced white bread x 60g
  • glucose x 15g
  • icing sugar x 40g
  • corn flour x 30g
  • eggs x 1
  • melted butter x 20g
  • rosehip syrup x 20g


sweet cheese ice cream
mix together the milk, sweet cheese, pro crema, dextrose, glycerine, sugar and gellan. Pass and pour into paco jet containers and put into the freezer to go hard.
Poached pear liquor
: mix together the water, dry white wine, caster sugar and ascorbic acid then bring to the boil. Put into the fridge to cool down.
Poached pears
: peel pear, remove core and slice length ways. Pour poaching liquor into vac pac bag then add the pear. Seal on the vac pack machine. Cook at 65 degrees for 10 minutes. Once cooked, put into ice water.
Hazelnut crisp
: Mix hazelnuts, diced bread, water sugar, glucose, icing sugar, corn flour, egg and melted butter. Melt all ingredients in the oven at 160 degrees for 20 minutes until golden. Cool down then snap pieces off.
Anise hyssop snow
: pour liquid nitrogen into a rounded bowl. Then using a spray bottle filled with anise hyssop stock spray into the liquid nitrogen to form snow like pellets.
Rosehip syrup
: we use rosehip syrup which is sent down from L’Enclume.

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