Griddled nectarine, brioche and barbecued praline sundae
- June 2019
- Serves 6
- Hands-on time 30 min
Despite the seemingly complicated mix of griddled nectarines, toasted brioche and barbecued praline (yes), this fruity dessert only takes half an hour to make. Add it to the list and give it a go this summer.
Find out how to make brioche from scratch with our jammy breakfast brioche recipe.
- 21.1g (10.4g saturated)
- 85.8g (69.7g sugars)
To remove the nectarine skins, first cut the fruit into wedges, then run a knife between the skin and flesh.
Make the praline and purée the nectarine up to a day beforehand. Use your favourite seasonal fruit to make the purée.
Sweet Aussie semillon would be terrific.
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