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February 2, 2010

Lemon Mousse

Obviously, I am crazy about lemons! Only a few days ago that I baked those tartelettes, and right after I prepared a mousse that I combined with a mandarin gelée. Usually, I am not a fan of gelées, beacause somehow they are always too hard, but this one has a smooth and soft consistency. The mousse is so fluffly and light, simply perfect! By the way, the citrus season is not yet over, so expect more desserts to come!


Ingredients:
For the mandarin gelée:
(recipe adapted from Eddy Van Damme)
120 ml mandarin juice
10 g sugar
1 gelatin leaf


Bring the sugar and the juice to boil, let it cool a bit and stir in the gelatin. Put mandarin fillets in each glass and cover with the gelée. Refrigirate for 2-3 hours.


For the lemon mousse:
(recipe adapted from Gordon Ramsay)
50 g sugar
1-2 tablespoons water
1 egg white


For the Italian merningue put the sugar and water in a saucepan and stir over low heat until dissolved. Boil for 5-7 minutes until it reaches 120°C. Meanwhile whisk the egg white to soft peaks and slowly add the hot syrup while whisking all the time. Keep on whisking until the bowl is not hot anymore. Set aside.

150 ml lemon juice
50 g sugar
2 gelatine leaves


Soak gelatine in cold water. Bring the sugar and the lemon juice to boil, then pour it to a bowl and add gelatine, stir until it is dissolved. Let it cool. Fold in the Italian meringue. Whip 200 ml cream and fold it to the mousse. Chill for 2-3 hours.

6 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Heavenly! That is the kind of citrusy dessert I love!

Cheers,

Rosa

Marysol said...

Ditto. I'm a huge citrus fanatic. Well, that, and chocolate. But you probably already knew that.

Your line-up of citrus desserts looks so amazing! I've been on a clementine and minneola kick lately. So satisfying during the cold, dreary days of winter.

lamiacucina said...

bei welcher Temperatur trocknest Du die Dekoscheiben der Zitrone ?

chriesi said...

Zuerst in Syrup 5 Minuten ziehen lassan. Dann bei 160°C für 20 Minuten backen, danach den Ofen ausschalten und noch 1 Stunde drin trocknen lassen.Aber achtung, es sind Orangenscheiben, Zitronenscheiben brauchen nicht so lange, sonst verbrennen sie.

Raindrop said...

Ez több, mint sokkoló!
Főleg az utolsó kép, az ájulás.
Nem is egy nehéz recept, bár minden ételed olyan bonyolultnak tűnik, hogy az ember elkezd tőle félni. :)
"No, ezt biztosan nem fogom tudni megcsinálni" érzésem van. :)

chriesi said...

Ne legyen olyan érzésed, mert biztos vagyok benne, hogy minden gond nélkül meg tudod csinálni! Semmi nehéz nincs benne, csak bátran! A pöttyös palacsintád viszont én még mindig nem mertem megcsinálni. :D

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