Grand Marnier is an authentic liqueur with style and charm. It is a mix of the best cognac and Caribbean orange peel. The color is clear topaz, with gold and amber tones.
Grand Marnier has a complex nose of orange flowers, combined with scents of dried orange peel and toffee. The cognac has strengthened the orange flavor and the liqueur contains hints of orange marmalade and hazelnuts.
The finish is long and harmonious with a medium and soft aftertaste. The product slowly ripens in oak barrels....
Oven dish of Grand Marnier raisin bread
A real Dutch main course
INGREDIENTS 4 PEOPLE
6 slices of raisin bread
3 table spoons of Grand Marnier
4 half peaches (canned), diced
25 g butter
100 grams almond paste
125 ml whipping cream
2 table spoons flaked almonds
Preparation Oven dish of Grand Marnier raisin bread
Preheat the oven to 200 ° C. Cut the slices of raisin bread in half and sprinkle them with 2 table spoons of Grand Marnier.
Thoroughly grease an oven dish with butter and places the slices in the pan, like tiles of a roof.
Put the dices of peach in between. Grate one teaspoon of orange peel off the orange and squeeze it.
In a bowl, mix the almond paste with the grated orange peel, the orange juice, the whipping cream and the egg.
Pour this mix over the bread slices. Sprinkle the almond over it and place a little bit of butter here and there.
Let the Grand Marnier raisin bread dish get nice and golden brown in the oven for about 25 minutes.
Serving tip Grand Marnier raisin bread
Instead of raisin bread you can also use Christmas or Easter bread with almond paste. Take the almond paste out of the bread.
Enjoy your Easter dish!
Lovely with an apperative of Grand Marnier Rouge, Louis Alexandre, Centenaire 100, Cinquantenaire 150 or Quintessence