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Chocolate mousse

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¿What is the mousse?

Before you begin with the exquisite recipes of mousse that we will present in this blog let's talk a little about the history of the mousse and their origin.

The mousse is a dessert originating in France and his appearance dates back to the 18th century.

It's a French word which means "foam".

The data that exists in relation to the mousse and the timing of its discovery are not entirely clear, a few data placed them in the year 1755, and other in 1864.

With regard to your first recipes also are between the French chef Menon and the French painter Toulouse Henry.

The frothy feel is achieved whisking egg whites to snow, or beating cream.

We can find the mousse recipes sweet and savoury recipes.

There are many recipes of mousse, but one of the most traditional is the chocolate mousse.

As you indicated more above aboutWhat is the mousse, We are without a doubt before which we could consider as one of the most exquisite desserts, of French origin, whose appearance in fact dates back to the 18th century (like pudding).

 

Chocolate mousse
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It basically consists of a dessert with foamy texture (Hence proper name), that is achieved whisking egg whites to snow; While it is true that it is also possible to get it beating cream. And is that although we can enjoy a great variety of mousses, don't you think that you one of the most classic, well-known and traditional is the popular chocolate mousse? Notes.
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total time
30 min
total time
30 min
Ingredients
  • 1 bar of chocolate fondant
  • 4 eggs
  • 30 GR. butter
  • 100 GR. sugar
  • 1 glass of liquor, brandy and anise
Instructions
  1. Melt the chocolate in the microwave or in a saucepan over heat bass with butter and stirring frequently. We separate the egg whites and egg yolks.
  2. We take the four egg yolks and a little melted chocolate beat them well.
  3. Once beaten mix with remaining chocolate and add the glass of liqueur.
  4. Take the four egg whites that had departed and together with sugar, beat them up to bring them to snow.
  5. Once reached the point of snow, add it to the mixture that you've already made with chocolate.
  6. Mix everything gently.
  7. Pour the mousse into individual cups and place them in the fridge to cool at least one hour.
  8. When presenting it can accompany it adorned with cream and mint leaves (Peppermint) to decorate.
Notes
  • Calories: 457
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