Cream Chargers Bristol
For every one of your commercial catering or domestic cooking needs, there are websites offering reliable cream charger delivery in Bristol. Websites understand the pressures of working within the catering and hospitality industry which is why they provide a sameday delivery service. The whip cream chargers that they stock and deliver are filled with the highest quality nitrous oxide (NOS), which is safely stored under high pressure to be used for powering dispensers to whip cream. These N20 chargers are the standard 8gm size and fit, to comply with the dispensers most commonly used across the majority of cafés, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and at home. The stainless steel canisters are 100% recyclable and ensure that the N20 is stored securely whilst under such high pressure. With such great value and giving the best results, this is the perfect chance to experiment with new and exciting recipes and dishes that make use of your perfectly fluffy, whipped cream!
Bristol offers the perfect blend of fine-dining establishments and small, independent restaurants serving fresh and locally sourced ingredients. You can find everything from spicy jerk chicken at colourful Caribbean restaurant, Plantation, to a traditional Sunday Roast at a British gastropub, such as The Cowshed or The Square Kitchen. If you’re looking for a quick bite and a catch up with friends, the coffee shop culture is also very popular in Bristol and the multitude of cafés make the ideal spots for people-watching and enjoying a slower pace of life. For a refined and sophisticated activity, there are a number of places serving the quintessential English afternoon tea, often with a West Country twist (!), such as The Bristol Marriot Royal Hotel or Berwick Lodge. Whatever the weather, Bristol succeeds in providing the perfect backdrop, either for a refreshing drink in the beer garden on a summer’s day or a warming glass of mulled wine beside the fire. There are a huge number of restaurants, bars and cafés set inside beautiful and historic buildings such as The Grain Barge, a restaurant housed in a converted barge with spectacular Harbourside views, and The Shakespeare pub which enjoys an original Georgian mansion setting. So whatever your taste, Bristol is bound to grant your wish!
Serving Suggestion – Apple Cream Bun
A traditional and much-loved dish from the Bristol and the rest of the West Country is the Apple Cream Bun. It’s so straightforward to make and will go down a treat with guests, customers and kids! The choux pastry casing surrounds a delicious mixture of apples and cream for a perfect afternoon delicacy!
65g plain flour, sifted
Pinch of salt
2 eggs, beaten
450g apples, peeled, cored and sliced
25g caster sugar
150ml whipped cream
1. Preheat oven to 200C / 400F / Gas 6
2. Bring 150ml of water and the butter to a brisk boil, and add the flour and salt
3. Stir rapidly until the mixture forms a ball in the centre of the pan
4. Remove from the heat and leave to cool briefly. Add the eggs one at a time and beat continuously
5. Spoon the required number of buns (approx. 16) onto a greased baking tray at bake for 10 minutes
6. Once baked, remove and cut a slit in the side of each bun. Return to the oven for another 5 minutes. Remove and leave to cool
7. Poach apple in 150ml of water and the sugar for 15 minutes, until soft. Leave to cool
8. Remove the apple from the water and fold into the whipped cream
9. Split the buns and fill with the apple and cream mixture. Dust with icing sugar
10. Serve and enjoy!