Add some sparkle to your baking
12 Jan 2017
Believe it or not, using Sparkling water in cake, results in the lightest, fluffiest, moistest cake you’ve ever dreamed of! Start off by whisking eggs with sugar, and then add oil, cake flour, chocolate and some chopped hazelnuts. Finish with a splash of sparkling water, and don’t be surprised if your batter starts to froth a little! Bake the cake for 50 minutes at 180° C and prepare for taste-bud lift-off!
Make you greens greener with the help of sparkling water. French chefs like Thierry Marx first experimented with cooking vegetables in carbonated water trying to find new ways to plunge veggies in other forms than salty water. Cooking vegetables such as beans and carrots in boiling sparkling water helps them stay crunchy and retain their original, vibrant colour- and it’s as simple as the touch of a button when you have a Zenith HydroTap.
Tempura is a Japanese traditional dish of mixed veggies and fish, uniquely battered and deep-fried and usually served as a starter before meals. The key to Tempura batter is to make it as light and airy as possible. Sparkling water can help you achieve the airiest batter for your Japanese cook-up. Simply mix your flour with chilled sparkling water from your Zenith HydroTap, dip the vegetables, fish or prawns into the batter mixture and then deep fry until golden brown. Taste the difference of how sparkling water makes for the super crunchy and light Tempura!
There’s no shortage of crepe recipes out there. But did you realise that Sparkling water can make your tried and tested crepe method even tastier? Try this; simply replace some of the milk for an equal part of fizzy water. The result? The lightest and airiest crepes to ever come out of your frypan! Don’t forget to let the crepe mix sit for at least an hour before you start to cook them – this important steps remains unchanged! We love dressing them with Nutella, sliced banana and garnished with some walnuts. Yum!
Enjoy the best of Sparkling water whilst cooking at the touch of a button with a Zenith HydroTap. Explore the range here