For the brulees
- 2 passion fruit
- 250ml ready-made soya custard
- 1 tablespoon Grand Marnier
- 1 tablespoon caster sugar
- 2 egg yolks
- 4 tablespoons soft brown sugar
For the tuiles (makes 12)
- 110g icing sugar, sieved
- 75g dairy-free margarine
- 75g plain flour
- 1 egg white
- pulp of 1 passion fruit
Cut the passion fruit in half and scoop out the pulp, reserving the shells. Sieve the pulp to remove all the seeds. In a saucepan, mix together all the ingredients (except the soft brown sugar) and cook over a medium heat, stirring until the custard thickens – this takes approximately 3 minutes once the mixture starts bubbling.
Remove from the heat and pour the mixture into the passion-fruit shells, which have been placed in a muffin tin. Refrigerate.
Once set (this takes less than an hour), remove from the fridge and sprinkle the top of each half of the passion fruit with a tablespoon of soft brown sugar as evenly as you can.
Pop under a very hot grill for approximately 6–8 minutes, or until caramelized. Leave to cool. Refrigerate before serving.
Serve in an egg cup with Passion-fruit Tuiles on the side.
To make the tuiles, preheat the oven to 200°C/400°F/gas mark 6. Beat together the icing sugar, margarine and flour. Add the egg white and passion-fruit pulp and beat until smooth. '
Line a baking tray with parchment paper. Take 1 teaspoon of the mixture and, using small pallet knife, shape into a thin circular biscuit, approximately 9cm in diameter.
Leave a large space between each tuile, as they spread when baking. (I advise no more than 4 on a tray at a time.)
Bake for approximately 5–7 minutes, or until the edges become golden brown. Remove from the oven and very carefully lift the tuiles from the parchment and drape over a rolling pin very slowly, moulding with your hand until they curve. Leave to cool.
Store in an airtight container.
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