Natural Cool Organic Raspberries 300g
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Organic raspberries all year round from the Natural Cool organic selection. Top quality organic, tangy fruit with little or no waste.
Just juicy organic raspberries, frozen
RecipeRaspberry Trifle Traditional English Style
For the custard
4 egg yolks
25g golden caster sugar
1 dessert spoon cornflour
425ml whipping cream
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
For the filling
6 trifle sponges
2 tablespoons seedless raspberry jam
150ml Raspberry cordial
275g frozen raspberries
1 dessert spoon golden caster sugar
2 medium-sized bananas
For the topping
275ml whipping cream
50g toasted flaked almonds
A 1.75-litre glass bowl
How to make the trifle
Slice the sponges in half lengthways, spread one half with jam and place the original half back on top. Cut each one into three mini sandwiches and place sideways up in the bowl (they should all fit into a single layer}.
Slowly pour the Raspberry cordial all over them. Then leave on one side so the sponges can absorb the liquid.
To make the custard.
Whisk the cornflour, egg yolks and sugar together in a bowl. Then heat the cream in a small saucepan and, when it comes up to simmering point, pour it on to the egg mixture, whisking as you pour. Now quickly pour the whole lot back into the saucepan, add the vanilla and whisk over a medium heat until it just begins to bubble and thicken (don't worry, it won't curdle - if it does look at all grainy, it will become smooth again when whisked off the heat). Pour it back into the bowl and leave to cool. » The raspberries should be placed in a saucepan straight from the freezer, together with the sugar. Then cook them over a gentle heat, stirring them around only until they have collapsed and defrosted and the juices start to run. This will take about 5 minutes, then let them cool.
To assemble the trifle, Peel and slice the bananas over the sponges. Strain off any excess juice from the raspberries and pour over the sponges and banana. Now pour the custard ail over the top.
Now whip the cream till thick, spoon it over and spread it around, and scatter the almonds all over. Cover the bowl with cling film and chill until needed.
Organic, Vegan, Vegetarian
Customer reviews - Natural Cool Organic Raspberries 300g
RecipesPeach Melba -
Thu 2nd Feb 2012
In a medium saucepan, pour in 500 ml water and 4 tbsp caster sugar. Add 4 peaches and allow to poach gently for around 10 mins until the skins become loose. Remove and peel. Puree 250 g defrosted raspberries with 2 tbsp caster sugar. Press through a fine mesh sieve. Arrange the peaches in dessert bowls and spoon a little sauce over each. Top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt and some mint leaves.Reviewer's Name:
Tue 13th Aug 2013
So what is a sorbet? It's crushed frozen fruit or/and juice, that's all. When a sorbet is made from only juice it has a smoother texture than ones made from whole fruits which contain more fibre, but both taste superb. To make a sorbet from frozen fruit remove from the freezer, or pre-freeze fresh fruit, and put in the blender to mush. Now place the mush in a container and refreeze for 3 hours. Remove and with a spoon or folk crack back into crystals and serve or store in the freezer for later. Although not necessary as very tasty on its own, it can be sweetened with honey or similar mixed in.Reviewer's Name:
ReviewsBeetrrot & Berry Smoothie -
Tue 20th Dec 2011
Blend 125 g chopped cooked beetroot, 50 g thawed raspberries, 125 ml chilled cranberry juice and the juice of 1/2 lime. Pass through a sieve to remove the raspberry pips. Pour into glasses and swirl a large spoonful of Greek yogurt into each glass. Serve with a herb sprig.Reviewer's Name:
EllaSuper Healthy -
Wed 9th Jan 2013
Raspberries are a mild laxative and helpful for bloating, especially in connection with PMS. Excellent for skin health and collagen production. Packed with antioxidants.Reviewer's Name:
Mon 28th Jan 2013
Wonderful for making smoothies, sorbets, compotes, and jams with. I prefer getting frozen raspberries to fresh as they obviously last a lot longer, are far far cheaper, and you don't risk finding a few mouldy ones!Reviewer's Name:
Natalie Ayres -
Wed 24th Apr 2013
Unlike most frozen raspberries, these won't disintegrate when left in the freezer to thaw. They keep their shape and taste great, esp. in porridge.Reviewer's Name:
Vanessa Coldwell -
Wed 28th Aug 2013
These are delicious. I have them defrosted with chopped apple or straight from the freezer into a smoothie which adds coolness and great colour.Reviewer's Name:
Wed 11th Sep 2013
I made chewy cookies and threw these in the batter just before baking. They gave a spectacular flavour to the cookies.Reviewer's Name:
Tue 17th Sep 2013
Brilliant to have in the freezer, especially during the months when fresh raspberries aren't readily available. Maintain a good shape and flavour in muffins too.Reviewer's Name:
Mrs S White Great -
Sun 10th Nov 2013
Really handy to have in the freezerReviewer's Name: