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Update: Leaving alone until the 14th March 2021 when I'll update/finalise the description. I probably won't make any changes to the recipe itself (probably).
Making this public early because I'm impressed with how well it turned out early on. I haven't let this steep for more than a day yet and no doubt it will continue to change.
You don't see almond in the ingredients but it's there, details below.
The idea behind this recipe is to extract the components of a macaron with what I have on hand.
The two peaches and the dragon fruit all contain benzaldehyde, the molecule that gives an almond flavour. Having all three fairly high brings a strong almond note.
The meringue is well... The meringue.
The peaches were the only fruits I have on hand that I know definitely contain benzaldehyde. I don't want this to be juicy like a drink but to have the essence of peach, so the regular peach is higher than the juicy. The juicy peach is more "peachy" than the other however, so I think it's needed.
The dragon fruit also contains triethyl citrate to blend the fruits with the meringue and generally act as an emulsifier and is especially high to contribute as much benzaldehyde (almond) as possible.
The glazed doughnut adds the sweet icing sugar note and the sweeteners the granulated sugar notes.
Depending on how this changes as it steeps I may make some further adjustments.
I'm very happy with how this turned out so far!
Note: I'll update the steep days once I know when this settles but it's delicious after an overnight steep even if it may change further with time.
Super simple, but yet delicious banana doughnut sprinkled with buttery pecan pieces.
Glazed Doughnut is the base of this recipe. As a Shake'n'Vape you won't notice much of it as it takes some time to settle in the mix.
Banana Cream is a strong, candy like flavor. At first I had it at 3% which was way too much.
Butter Pecan fits in between the banana and the doughnut, adding some nutty flavors.
French Vanilla is also an addition I added later on, it rounds up the whole mixture, without it something felt missing.
Can be used as a SNV, good after 3 days, best at 7.
I wanted to make a apple turnover recipe but was lacking an ingredient for the batter, so I used a small percentage of CAPs glazed doughnut and combined it with some Acetyl Pyrazine. Worked out great, the apple is quite subtile in the flavor but there and the cinnamon is just the right amount for my likings.
Ahh yes! Nothing better than a nice bag of doughnuts with sweet strawberry glaze from the corner store, to cure that sweet tooth!!
This is my take on just that.
-Cap, Glazed Doughnut: This is the base of the recipe. A chewy, not to heavy doughnut flavor as accurate as it is delicious. It gives the recipe depth and body, which is why I chose it.
-Tpa, Meringue: I chose this because it is a sweet glaze like flavor. It merely enhances the frosting/glaze of the doughnut. It also acts as a base for the strawberry to sit on top of, and separates the doughnut from the frosting so it doesn't get to muddled.
-J.F, Sweet Strawberry: I wanted to create a glazed doughnut, instead of a cream filled. Out of the strawberry flavors I had this one seemed the best option. It is sweet and forgiving, a great choice for that artificial but accurate strawberry flavor I needed. And at 1.75% it doesn't overpower the chewy dough flavor of the Cap doughnut.
-TPA, Strawberry: Another great strawberry. However better as an enhancer to the Jungle Flavors strawberry sweet IMO. it's just enough to bring out that sweet flavor without totally burying the doughnut.
-TPA, Sweetner: While I would of preferred super sweet... I dont have any right now. Sooo tfa sweetner has to do. And I think at three quarters of a percent it does just fine.
Well there you have it. My take on a sweet strawberry glazed doughnut. Like the little debbie ones haha.
Please let me know what you guys think. I'm always looking for honest reviews, comments and ratings!
Thanks everyone! Keep mixing much love!