J'ai goûté ça à Noël. C'était tellement bon que j'en ai mangé 3 fois. Yummy !
Ingredients for the mousse
3 free-range eggs
100g caster sugar
300g dark chocolate, broken into small pieces
125g unsalted butter
500ml whipping cream
Cocoa powder, to finish (optional)
Ingredients for the Baileys cream:
200g mascarpone cheese
30g caster sugar
Put the eggs and sugar in the bowl of an electric mixer and whisk until light and airy - the longer you whisk, the better, so give it at least eight to 10 minutes. (You could do it by hand, but that would be a big effort.)
While the eggs are whisking, put the chocolate and butter in a heatproof bowl and place over a pan of barely simmering water. Stir with a wooden spoon until they melt completely.
With the mixer running on medium speed, add the chocolate mix to the egg mix in a steady stream - it is important to combine the two gradually but continuously, with the chocolate going into the eggs and not the other way around.
Whisk the cream until it firms up just a little - it needs to reach a loose ribbon stage (when you lift the whisk, the cream dribbling off should create clear lines in the surface before disappearing). Gently fold the semi-whipped cream into the egg and chocolate mix, and pour into a serving bowl. Chill for at least an hour to set.
Make the Baileys cream in advance, or just before serving. Put all the ingredients in a bowl and whisk. The cheese will go loose and runny, but it should firm up again. Stop when it reaches a very soft peak consistency.
Serve the mousse directly from the bowl with a huge dollop of Baileys cream on top. Dust with cocoa powder, if you like.
Bring sugar and 1 cup water to a boil in a medium saucepan and cook, stirring, until sugar dissolves, about 3 minutes. Add pineapple, reduce heat, and simmer 10 minutes. Remove from heat and let sit 30 minutes to infuse syrup with pineapple flavor. Strain into a small bowl; stir in vinegar. Cover and chill shrub until cold, about 30 minutes. Cover and chill pineapple pieces until ready to use.
Meanwhile, place hibiscus in a small bowl and pour 1¼ cups boiling water over. Cover and let steep 10 minutes. Strain tea into an airtight container; discard flowers. Cover tea and chill until cold, about 30 minutes.
Set aside 8 slices jalapeño and 8 pieces pineapple for serving. Stir mint, lime wheels, tequila, lime juice, remaining jalapeño and pineapple, 1 cup shrub, and 1 cup tea in a large pitcher and chill at least 1 hour.
Serve in ice-filled rocks glasses garnished with reserved jalapeño slices and pineapple pieces.
Do Ahead: Cocktail can be mixed 6 hours ahead. Keep chilled.
Place your favourite saucepan over medium high heat. Toss in the bacon then pour in a big splash of water. Stir frequently with a wooden spoon. As the water simmers the bacon will begin to cook. Then as the water evaporates the bacon will render, releasing its fat. Lastly it will crisp as the fat left behind heats past the boiling point of water into the flavour zone. Keep an eye on the pans heat, adjusting as needed, keeping the bacon sizzling but not burning. Stir and be patient, until the bacon is evenly cooked, nicely browned but not particularly crisp, about 20 minutes.
Remove the bacon and strain off all but a quarter cup or so of the drippings. Pile in the onions and patiently brown over low heat until they are soft and caramelized, about 30 minutes. Add the bacon back in, accompanied by the brown sugar and water. Continue simmering until the water is absorbed and the mixture becomes thick and jam-like, about 20 minutes. Splash in the whiskey, reserving an ounce or so for the finish, and cook until you get back to the jam consistency, about another 25 minutes. Carefully transfer the mixture to the food processor, pulse it with the reserved whiskey and the vinegar, and you’ve got a smooth batch of bacon heaven!
C'est vraiment super bon. À refaire !
Attention à enlever les pépins avant mixer l'ensemble.
1 kg Lemons (Main)
2 Ltr Water
1¾ kgs Sugar
2 Tbsp Finely grated root ginger
⅓ cup Gin
Wash the lemons and remove any stalks and blemishes.
Halve the lemons and remove the pips. Roughly chop. Place the lemons in batches in a food processor adding about 3/4 of a cup of water each time. Process until evenly chopped. Repeat until all the fruit is chopped.
Pour all the water and fruit into a large saucepan. Bring to boiling point and simmer for 1 hour. Scoop out any elusive pips when they rise to the top.
Remove from the heat and stir in the sugar, until well dissolved. Add the gin and ginger. Boil rapidly for about 10 minutes or until the marmalade reaches setting point of 104°C. Ensure it does not stick on the base by stirring occasionally with a wooden spoon. Scoop off any foam from the top and place in a bowl to use on your toast the next day.
Remove the marmalade from the heat and pour into hot sterilised jars then seal.
Edit : Après 2 tests non-concluant, je ne sais pas si je vais essayer une troisième fois :'(
Je crois qu'il y a de meilleures choses à faire avec des pommes. De la gelée et de la pâte de fruit par exemple.
Edit : en fait, ce deuxième test était une réussite. Mais ce fut une vrai surprise.
Une recette vraiment facile.
Dans mon cas, le plus dur fut de trouver le bocal approprié. J'imagine qu'on peut faire le même genre de choses avec des agrumes différents. J'essayerais bien avec des citrons ou des mandarines.
La mandarine, le citron et la lime furent des réussites. Ça a beaucoup plu.
La bergamote est fini. Il ne reste plus qu'à tester. En tout cas, ça sent très bon. → Après test, le goût est très bizarre. Je ne referais pas.
Le pamplemousse est encore à tester. Et pourquoi pas d'autres agrumes comme keylime, ugly, bigarade, citron meyer, cedrat, etc.
1 orange ♥♥♥♥
2 mandarines ♥♥♥♥
2 citrons ♥♥♥♥
4 limes ♥♥♥♥
1 bergamote ☠
1 orange sanguine → à déguster
1 pamplemousse → à déguster
Pour faciliter la mise en place, faire un filet à suspendre dans le bocal.
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