This is a very useful recipe if you like pistachios, you can use pistachio powder and powder in the preparation of various desserts that will give it a great taste and irresistible green color. You will make them quite simple.
We can say that this paste is pistachio marzipan because it is prepared in an almost identical way. We found the recipe at Cooking-it blog.
- 200 g peeled pistachios
- 200 g powdered sugar
- 4 tablespoons water
- 1 balance
To start, briefly blanch the pistachios in boiling water and remove the skin, and turn on the oven to heat to 170C. Place the cleaned pistachios on a baking tray and toast in the oven for five minutes.
While the pistachios are toasting, mix the sugar and water in a small pot and put it on the stove to boil, the syrup should reach a temperature of 120C, let a kitchen thermometer serve you to measure. When the syrup reaches that temperature, add the toasted pistachios and mix everything well with a wooden spoon.
Take the pistachios in a special bowl and leave them to cool, then pour them into a blender and grind to get a powder. If you want powder, your job ends there, and to get a paste, add egg whites to the powder and knead.
Wrap the paste in plastic wrap and store in the refrigerator, and you can store the powder in an airtight jar.
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