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I draw inspiration from my Korean background. Even though my training and technique is French, I try to find inspiration from my Korean childhood and ingredients that I grew up with. I grew up in a Korean household and we ate rice wrapped in seaweed toasted in sesame. The seaweed is called ghim in Korean. This chocolate version is a seaweed ganache topped with caramelized white and black sesame seeds. - Chef Angela Borah
Recipe Step by Step
Seaweed Sesame Bonbon
2) Add heavy cream and bring the infusion to 2090g.
3) Pour infusion into chocolate and make ganache. Finish with hand blender for smooth texture.
4) Pour ganache into 8mm frames.
5) Crystallize overnight.
6) Chablon ganache and garnish with cantonese processed white and black sesame seeds.
7) Pass ganache through enrober, using dark chocolate.