AI'm in need of a amazing starberry filling recipe . Also is it better to have pieces of strawberry or more of a jam consistency?
This one i great. It is easy, it is thick, and it is very fresh tasting. You can cut the strawberries any size you like, but personally I prefer to cut them fairly small, so that it is easy to cut and eat, but larger enough to be recognizable as real strawberries.
The op recipe link is exactly the one i use and love.
AThank you guys so much that looks yummy !
can you this up anyway so its pipeable ?? maybe a stupid question..
Do you mean pineapple? If not I don't understand the question. Here is a recipe for pineapple filling. It is very similar. Disclaimer: I have not tried it, but I will. I love pineapple and your question has inspired me. I don't see how it could be anything other than delicious with those ingredients, and it looks thick enough in the photos. I will try it now and get back to you
If you mean able to pipe out decoratively, I think the strawberries would clog the tips, and it is not stiff enough. To pipe a strawberry flavor, I would think a buttercream with strawberry puree (no chunks) would be a good option for piping. BTW may be way off topic, but the pineapple filling is great! It is tasty, and very thick. I am eating it straight up. I didn't have crushed pineapple, so I blended a 20 ounce can of pineapple tidbits with juice in the processor to about the same consistency. The recipe makes 2 cups. I made half with the butter and half without. I preferred it without - slightly cleaner and fresher tasting. There really wasn't a big difference, so I will not bother with the butter in the future. Now I will see how it freezes.....