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    Hi all I was trying to introduce a layer of tamarind/date chutney(thickish) into a yoghurt sphere using reverse spherification. While the yoghurt spheres were formed, I had two issues

    1. The yoghurt sphere sank to the bottom, rather than be suspended in the alginate bath, so i was not able to take the sphere out cleanly. The ravioli kept breaking more often than it remained stable
    2. To make the ravioli, i put a dollop of yoghurt, a few drops of chutney, covered it with a thin layer of yoghurt again.Sometimes, the date chutney leaked out of the ravioli. It is hard to inject the date chutney afterward, because of its consistency

    For the recipe, I did not add any calcium lactate. Since the sphere sank in, i would like to think it was more viscous than the alginate bath. Where am I going wrong?

    Thx
    prasad

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    Most likely the issue is that the bottom of the sphere is not in contact with the sodium alginate. You need to carefully stir the bath with a spoon so the sphere floats around and doesn’t sit at the bottom. The other problem may be the leaking chutney. Maybe freeze the small drops before.

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