Zephyr is a fluffy, chewy, slightly viscous souffle-type confectionery made from fruit puree. Usually, you pipe them in rose or shell shapes and sandwich them together, then roll them in icing sugar or cover in a thin layer of tempered chocolate. Zephyr is delicate and airy, but at the same time, it’s dense and not loose. Depending on the puree you use, they are more sweet or acidic. To make zephyr you need a special ingredient called agar-agar or agar powder. It is a gelling agent made from algae; it gives zephyr its unique consistency. This ingredient is irreplaceable in this recipe. You can buy it in professional confectionary stores or in some Asian or oriental shops.
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