How delicious are the gourmet sweets, but be careful!! There are so-called gourmet products being sold that, in reality, do not have a real differential.
Many professionals take advantage of the wave of gourmetization and use strategies in bad faith, making products available on the market that do not bring any differential. They use the word “gourmet” as a marketing ploy to sell their product at a higher price. Gourmet cuisine is synonymous with quality, beauty and sophistication.
- 1 can of condensed milk
- 1 box of cream
- 2 full tablespoons of powdered milk
- ½ tablespoon clear corn syrup (optional)
- 50 grams of crushed pistachios
- 20 grams of pistachio paste
- Pistachios for icing
- In a pan, put the condensed milk, the cream, the powdered milk, the glucose and the crushed pistachios.
- Cook, stirring non-stop, over low heat, until you get the brigadeiro point.
- Remove from the heat and add the pistachio paste.
- Mix well.
- Place in a deep plate and cover with plastic wrap leaning against the candy.
- Let cool.
- After cold, roll up the balls, pass them through the crushed pistachios.
- Decorate with pistachios.
Gourmet sweets, especially the brigadeiro, gained a new “dress” and became more elaborate.
Ingredients for these pastries are of high quality and their presentation is exquisite.
The sweets are presented in packages that value the product.
The texture and brightness of the candies are different, and the taste is more refined.
Use quality products.
Tip about the recipe: Corn glucose is anti-crystallizing and helps preserve the jam.