8 July 2016

Vanilla pomegranate parfaits (Parfait de granadas y vainilla)











This is a rich creamy, vanilla pudding with sweet pomegranate compote.
We have many and beautiful pomegranate this year.. I know many of you are in summer but in Southern hemisphere we are in winter.
BTW I m freezing some poms seeds and juice  to make some desserts for Christmas time.
But you can make with other fruits like blackberries, raspberries or blueberries.

Source : Eating well


Note :
 Thanks so much by all the love and condolences  for my and my family. :)







Ingredients

Pomegranate compote
2 tablespoons sugar
3 teaspoons cornstarch
1 cup pomegranate seeds 
2/3  cup pomegranate juice
1 tablespoon lemon  juice

Pudding

2 cups whole milk 
2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 large egg
1 large egg yolk 
1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoons cornstarch 
1 tablespoon butter
1/2 cup pomegranate seed for garnish
6 mint spring for garnish

Method

Compote:

Mix 2 tablespoons sugar with 3  teaspoons cornstarch in a small saucepan. Add pomegranate seeds, pomegranate juice and lemon juice, stir to combine.
Bring to a boil over medium high heat  and cook stirring  until syrupy, about 5 minutes.
Transfer to a small bowl.
Refrigerate while you prepare the pudding.


Make the pudding

Combine milk and vanilla extract in a medium heavy saucepan.
Bring  to a simmer over medium heat. Remove from the heat cover and let steep for 5 minutes.

Meanwhile, whisk egg, egg yolk, 1/3 cup sugar and 2 tablespoons coornstarch in a medium bowl. Reheat the milk mixture just until steaming.
Carefully whisk one third of the steaming milk into the egg mixture.
Pour the egg milk mixture back into the pan.
Cook over medium heat whisk constantly until very thick, 2 to 3 minutes.Remove from the heat and whisk in butter.
Make the parfaits.
Divide pomegranate compote among six parfait glasses, ramekins or other desserts cups.
Spoon the pudding mixture over the compote. Cover and refrigerate until the pudding is chilled and firm. To serve garnish each parfait with pomegranate  seeds and a mint spring.



Notes

How to freeze pomegranate seeds
Once you have de-seeded your pomegranate, make sure the seeds are dry. Arrangue them in a single layer baking sheet lined with wax paper. Place in freezer for 2 hours or until frozen. Once frozen put them into a freezer bag and store them in the freezer.
Pom  seeds  and juice can be frozen for up 6 months in airtight containers.












En español

Parfait de granadas y vainilla

















 Nota
En estos dias me pondre al dia en la traduccion al español. De a poco.

70 comments:

  1. Looks so pretty and so refreshing, Gloria. I always find pomegranates so fussy to deal with... but I love them. Hugs to you. xxooxx

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  2. What a beautiful and delicious parfait recipe! Have a wonderful weekend, Gloria.

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  3. what a delicious dessert ! Un abbraccio

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  4. Looks so delicious and heavenly.... :)

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  5. Mmmmm....your pudding sounds rich and delicious! And with pomegranate arils makes such a beautiful presentation.
    P.S. Yes, it's been a tough year for us both. xoxo

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    1. Thanks Lizzy :)
      Yes it's been a tough year dear Lizzy :)

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  6. Gosh, this looks so beautiful...I will certainly be giving it a try!

    Thinking of you always, my dearest friend...in these difficult times...with all my love and hugs xoxoxo

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  7. Oh does this look wonderfully delicious! Very pretty, too!

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  8. Un dessert davvero delizioso!!! Un abbraccio e felice settimana!!!

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  9. Gloria, Simple and refreshing treat. Perfect for one of our 90+ (F) degree days! All those healthy pomegranates too! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks David !
      I love poms !!
      Take care :)

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  10. Gloria, è delizioso questo budino e il melograno lo rende allegro :) Mi piace molto.
    Noi oggi abbiamo avuto molto caldo e un bicchierino come questo lo assaggerei volentieri.
    Un bacio

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  11. Looks delicious, Gloria! Poms are the best and you made them proud for sure!

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  12. Such a very nice recipe, and a good idea to freeze your fruits in readiness for Christmas.

    All the best Jan

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  13. It's Sunday...
    Such a fun day!

    Hello, Gloria Dear. How's life?

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    1. Hi grumpy.Im still sad after my dad passed but better.

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  14. Such a beautiful dessert Gloria, love every component of it.

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  15. I missed your earlier post - so sorry to hear about your father's death. Prayers to all of you.

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    1. Thanks Beth I really apreciate yours prayers ♡♡

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  16. Very nice your parfaits, they will be perfect here for the summer..yum!

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  17. Ciao cara Gloria...sai che queste ricette non possono che piacermi alla follia! :-)
    Un bacione!
    unospicchiodimelone!

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  18. A great idea to freeze some for when christmas rolls around too.

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  19. Your vanilla pudding looks really delicious, especially with the pomegranate compote!

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  20. Gloria sei sempre bravissima e queste coppette sono troppo invitanti!!!!
    Buona giornata

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  21. Hi Gloria...
    Hope you are well...and feeling better...I see you are baking...you must be better!
    Hope your Mom is handling things ok...hugs from me and Miss V ♥️
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  22. Yes Linda bake and cook is like theraphy make me feel better anyway my mom is here at home so I cook for her too :)
    Thanks so much to you and miss Vi ♡♡♡♡

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  23. Un dolce perfetto da servire nelle serate d'estate. Un abbraccio

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  24. Un golosissimo dolce al cucchiaio, brava Gloria!!!

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  25. This parfait looks so delicious! Can't wait for the pomegranate season to be here again!

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  26. wow che bontà! ottime foto complimenti!

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  27. I love popping those seeds in my mouth :) This looks delicious and so pretty, Gloria. This would be a wonderful dessert during the Christmas holiday. xo

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  28. Yes dear in Christmas there are many beauty recipes.I frozed someones for Christmas.

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  29. Looks so good! I always eat lots of pomegranate when they are in season!

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    1. Yes we do too ! And are beautiful !!
      Thanks Inger :)

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  30. A wonderful summer treat! Send some my way! xoxoxoxo

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  31. Dear Gloria such a tasty combination of flavors - the sweetnes of the homememade vanilla custard and the tanginess of the pomegranate seeds - plus it is a very pretty looking dessert too!
    Have a lovely weekend, dear friend!
    Always enjoy my visits to your lovely blog so much!
    Andrea

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    1. Thanks Andrea ! I really enjoy my visites to your blog !
      Have a nice weekend !

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  32. Un dessert très gourmand.
    J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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