Cream Chargers Croydon & Surrounding Areas (Streatham, Balham, Tooting)
Swift and reliable cream charger delivery in Croydon and surrounding areas of London provides you with a great value service for products that guarantee the finest results. The nitrous oxide (N2O) canisters delivered, work to create the fluffiest and lightest whipped cream to use with any number recipes and dishes, including on top of hot beverages and in savoury dips. Well-designed to save you time and effort, the chargers contain 100% pure NOS, which is stored safely under high pressure, and fit with the industry standard dispensers to produce feather-light whipped cream. Some dispensers can require the power of two chargers simultaneously, which is why they are delivered in value multipacks, avoiding the need to make multiple orders. Giving you such great value for money and such easy-to-achieve, professional results, this is the perfect time to experiment with your recipes and dishes to surprise your customers or guests at home, so make your order with Cream Chargers Croydon today!
The following sub-regions are covered by the Cream Chargers Croydon delivery service; Wimbledon, Balham, Streatham and Tooting. Each district has its own unique atmosphere and offering of restaurants, cafés and bars to choose from. The picturesque neighbourhood of Wimbledon and Wimbledon Village is a melting pot for innovative eateries and cosy pubs and bars, such as Aubaine, The Lawn Bistro, Rose & Crown and Hemingway’s Bar. Balham and Tooting Bec have a large number of authentic dining spots, serving food from all over the globe; French at Gazette, Indian at Light of Gurka and Moroccan at Tagine Restaurant are just a few of the best options.
Serving Suggestion – Apple Cream Buns
A traditional afternoon delight invented in the West Country, Apple Cream Buns are the ideal delicacy to serve in a coffee shop or to guests in your own home!
65g plain flour
2 eggs, beaten
450g Bramley apples, peeled cored and sliced
200ml whipped cream
Icing sugar for dusting
- Preheat oven to 200C
- Place water and butter in a saucepan on a low heat until the butter melts, then bring to brisk boil
- Lower the heat and sift in the flour at once
- Stir briskly until a soft ball forms at the bottom of the pan. Remove from heat and cool slightly
- Add the eggs one at a time, beating until the mixture is smooth and shiny
- Spoon the mixture into 16 buns on a prepared baking tray. Bake for 10 minutes
- Remove and make a slit in each bun. Return to the oven and bake for further 5 minutes. Leave to cool on a wire rack
- Poach the apples in water and a little sugar until soft. Cool and drain the slices and fold them into the whipped cream
- Split the buns and fill with apple cream mixture
- Dust with icing sugar and serve!