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The most basic rum baba is a small yeast cake that is saturated in syrup typically made with rum and then topped with whipped cream. However, the dessert can also be topped with pastry cream as well as any type of fruit glaze.
Making rum baba in some ways is like making dessert bread. Once you get your dough done all you really have to do is wait for it to rise and then bake. But in the meantime, you can start making the rum syrup, orange glaze, and whipped cream. Easy peasy and the results are amazing!
When the dough is finished being kneaded, transfer it to a clean bowl using a bench scraper if you have one on hand. Now, you need to give the baba dough time to rise. So just cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let it proof for about 30 minutes in a draft-free warm place.
To start, place a cooling rack over a baking sheet. This helps to keep things from getting really messy. Then put 3 to 4 of the babas into the saucepan with the simple syrup pressing them fully into the syrup to submerge. You will want to flip them over and fully soak the entire baba. They should feel pretty heavy!
Now, transfer the soaked babas to the cooling rack over the baking sheet and repeat the process until all the little yeast cakes are drenched in syrup. Next, take whatever syrup you have left and pour it over the top of the babas. Then put the soaked babas in the fridge to chill for an hour up to overnight.
This whipped cream is special with a little extra vanilla boost to it that goes so well with the yummy soaked yeast cakes and fresh fruit! So I do recommend using the best vanilla you have on hand for this part of the rum baba recipe.
Once assembled, leftover rum babas will keep in the fridge for about 2 days. If you want to make the babas ahead of time and then assemble them later, soak them in the syrup and then store them in a Tupperware container. The soaked cakes will keep for 3 to 5 days in the refrigerator. Then you would assemble the dessert the day you wish to serve.
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