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Today we’re posting our first recipe from the Gluten-Free Delicacies competition, which we’ve organised together with the Associació de Celíacs de Catalunya. So we decided to have a competition and that’s what we did. On 26th October this year, the Associació de Celíacs celebrates the Festa del Celíac, and we decided to reward the best gluten-free recipes we receive. We can post the first today. Our first entrant is Soraya, who gave us this easy-to-prepare recipe. Let’s go for our fruit!
- The juice of 8 mandarins.
- 1 whole mandarin.
- 6 egg yolks.
- 1 tablespoonful of refined maize flour.
- 4 tablespoonfuls of sugar.
- Mint leaves.
Grate the mandarin peel and set aside.
Separate the mandarin into whole segments, removing as much of the white skin as possible. Set aside.
Mix the flour with the two tablespoonfuls of sugar. Add a squirt of lemon and carry on mixing.
Add the egg yolks and beat well. Set aside.
Heat the rest of the juice in a pan with the mandarin peel. To stop lumps forming, when the juice starts to come to the boil add a little of the previous mixture and stir well. Put it all in the pan and warm over a low heat until it thickens.
Divide the mixture into 4 containers and let it cool down. Put a little sugar in the middle of each bowl and scorch the top with a cooking torch.
Arrange some mandarin segments on top and decorate with a sprig of mint.
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