I just bought a whipper :)
I've finally joined the '90s and want to have some fun with it. So far, the only thing I've made successfully is whipped cream. The whipped cream scrambled eggs are delicious, but I'm looking for more. If you have any recipes or recommendations, please share.
I made some whipped cream with no sugar. Beat 3 eggs, add salt & pepper, then squirted in about 1/3 cup whipped cream. Folded it in so it didn't deflate too much. Cook over low heat, stirring gently. It's not real fluffy like a souffle, but it's lighter than regular scrambled eggs.
I like to make sabayon/zabaglione. Instead of standing over a stove whisking over a steaming bain marie for half an hour, cook the ingredients quickly over direct heat, add cream, chill, and use the whipper to get the volume. The recipe below is just an example, you can use all wine instead of mixed with juice, use a different liqueur, etc., as long as the ratio of yolks to liquid to cream doesn't vary too much. The cream helps stabilize it.
Serve over fresh berries or roasted stone fruit, or just with a side of cookies.
Pear Sabayon - 1 qt
egg yolks 160 g (about 8)
sugar 150 g (3/4 c)
orange juice 1 c
white wine 2/3 c
salt pinch pinch
poire william 3 TB
cream to reach 1 qt
Whisk egg yolks and sugar together then whisk in remaining ingredients except cream
Transfer mixture to a pot and cook, stirring constantly over medium heat, until it
comes to a simmer.
Chill over ice.
Strain and add liqueur and cream as needed. (Strain mixture into a large measuring pitcher, then add cream to fill to the 4 c mark)
Refrigerate up to a week.
Charge in ISI with two NO2. Keep cold until service.