Spiced Ganache and Tea Ice Cream Marco Polo

Preparation info
  • 16

    • Difficulty


Appears in
The Advanced Professional Pastry Chef

By Bo Friberg

Published 2003

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This dessert is named for Marco Polo in honor of his association with the spices, green tea, and ice cream used in the recipe. For a mint-flavored variation of this dessert, in the Spiced Ganache Filling substitute mint liqueur for the orange liqueur; use twice the quantity and omit the ginger and cloves. Use mint ice cream rather than the tea-flavored ice cream called for here, and decorate the desserts with a mint sprig. I went one step further for a St. Patrick’s Day special and colored