Ingredients: Method of Preparation: 1. Combine the first six ingredients in a large plastic bucket. 2. Mix well for 2-3 minutes using an immersion blender. 3. Place in Hot Process machine and process according to machines instructions, or heat on a stovetop to 85°C/185°F. 4. Add the PreGel Coconut Traditional Paste, PreGel Malaga Traditional Paste… Read more »
Ingredients: Method of Preparation: 1. Bring water and salt to a boil. 2. Add rice and boil for 5 minutes. 3. Strain rice and rinse with water. 4. In another pot, bring milk and PreGel 5-Star Chef Pastry Select™ Vanilla Compound, PreGel 5-Star Chef Pastry Select™ Coconut Compound and PreGel 5-Star Chef Pastry Select™ Cinnamon… Read more »
Ingredients: Method of Preparation 1. Combine the first three ingredients in the bowl of an electric mixer and whip on high speed until thick. 2. Pipe into desired glasses and garnish with PreGel Passion Fruit Arabeschi®.
Ingredients: Method of Preparation 1. Whisk together the first six ingredients in a bowl. 2. Combine the egg noodles with the raisins from the PreGel Malaga Traditional Paste. 3. Pour the liquid mixture over the egg noodles in a casserole dish. 4. Bake at 176°C/350°F until golden brown. 5. Allow the dish to cool and… Read more »
Ingredients: Method of Preparation: 1. Combine all ingredients in a large plastic bucket. 2. Mix well for 2-3 minutes using an immersion blender. 3. Place in Hot Process machine or process immediately in batch freezer according to machine’s instructions. Visit pregelrecipes.com for product substitution information.
Ingredients: Method of Preparation: 1. Combine all ingredients and mix well with an immersion blender. 2. Use as needed in soft serve machine.
With the holiday season fast approaching, the “12 Pains of Christmas” parody song comes to mind as well as the chaotic hustle and bustle at malls. For such a joyous time of the year it always seems to be paired with stress. Understanding consumers and their needs during this time will help boost your bottom… Read more »
What do December, January, February and July have in common? Aside from hosting major American holidays – Christmas, New Year’s, Valentine’s Day and Independence Day respectively – according to Careerbuilder.com these popular winter and summer months are also when employees call in sick. As an employer or hiring manager, you’ve probably heard one or several… Read more »
The spicy scent of gingerbread baking in the oven, the warmth of a hot chocolate mug against frozen fingers and the buttery taste of grandmother’s holiday cookies all evoke an emotion just by seeing the word such as gingerbread on a menu. According to Marcia Pelchat, a scientist at the Morrell Chemical Senses Center, consumers… Read more »