Swimming Cherries, Hazelnut Rosemary Tuiles Recipe

Swimming Cherries with Hazelnut Rosemary Tuile

[Swimming Cherries, Hazelnut Rosemary Tuiles]

I have a new piece appearing today in NPR‘s weekly Kitchen Window column. The recipe I am sharing this time is for a chilled cherry soup that you can serve with hazelnut rosemary wafers, a variation on the typically French tuile.

The metric measurements are below.

(Previous contributions to Kitchen Window:
Artichoke and Goat Cheese Mille-feuille,
Asparagus Confit with Almonds and Rosemary,
Chocolate and Candied Ginger Tartlets.)

Soupe de cerise
– 500 g cherries
– 100 g brown sugar
– 25 cl water
– 2 teaspoons lemon zest, preferably organic
– 25 cl red wine
Hazelnut Rosemary Tuiles
– 2 egg whites
– 70 g sugar
– 30 g salted butter, melted
– 60 g all-purpose flour
– 30 g whole hazelnuts
– 2 teaspoons dried rosemary

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  • oh yum yum yum, clotilde. can’t wait to try this one…thanks!

  • joan

    the cherries might be swimming, however said tuile is certainly diving!

  • Ann/brighidsdaughter

    Clotilde, this sounds delicious! As luck would have it, I have all ingredients on hand to make both. Thank you!

  • Clotilde,
    Do you have a metric measurement for the recipe? Merci!

  • Lisa – I’ve updated the post with the metric measurements. Enjoy!

  • thanks for the recipe. slurp….yummy, yummy! ;)

  • Cheryl

    Clothilde — I know you’ve probably already been asked this before, but I’ve just recently discovered your site — what are the chances that you can list your ingredients/recipes in US measurements?
    Also, I’m very curious where you learned English — you’re writing is wonderful and given that you worked in the US for two years, I am impressed with your knowledge and depth of the language — Thank you for your wonderful site !!!

  • Cheryl – I generally list my ingredients using both metric and US systems. For this soup I listed the metric measurements here for my non-US readers, but the recipe on NPR’s website (http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4748071 ) uses US measurements…

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