I made a lovely heart shaped cherry pie by pouring pink glaze. Boiled canned cherries have a chewier and sweeter texture, so I think you can enjoy the interesting texture when eating it with a soft cake. I cut the sheet of paper into a heart shape, but the icing was a bit difficult, but that’s okay without the perfect coating by pouring glaze to finish. I use ice cream after cooled to 32 degrees, but if it is too hot, it will melt, so remember to let it cool before using. I added the syrup made by boiling cherries to the yeast, so it tastes better because it has a cherry flavor.
2g vanilla extract
25g melted unsalted butter
3g cocoa powder
90g soft flour
375g canned cherries
Fresh cream 200g fresh cream + 20g sugar
50g starch syrup
50 g cherry syrup
5g gelatin leaves
70g fresh cream
100g white chocolate
1. Put an egg in a pot of hot water, add sugar, honey and vanilla and stir until it reaches 40 degrees.
2. Use an electric mixer to beat until thick ivory foam, sift in flour and mix well.
3. Mix melted unsalted butter, milk and cocoa powder in a bowl (temperature: 50-60 degrees), add some flour, mix well, add to main flour, mix well and bake in preheated oven Preheat at 180 degrees for about 35 minutes.
4. After cooling, cut off the top and bottom, cut into 3 pieces, put in a 12cm heart mold.
5. Put canned cherries and sugar in a pot, bring to a boil over low heat, strain through a sieve to cool.
6. Place a sheet of paper on a cutting board, drizzle with sugar syrup, spread whipped cream, top with boiled cherries, spread whipped cream, and place a piece of bread on top. Repeat 1 more time.
7. Apply the cream on the sides and top and put it in the freezer.
8. Put the sugar, starch syrup and boiled cherry broth in a pot, bring to a boil until the sugar dissolves, remove from the heat, add the soaked gelatin and mix well.
9. Add fresh cream, mix well, add white chocolate, mix well, add white food coloring, mix well and strain through a sieve.
10. Pour and coat the whole cake, garnish with whipped cream and boiled cherries.