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Frozen Mousse with Seasonal Fruit  
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French style frozen mousse. Serve the mousse when it has been slightly thawed and become soft.
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●Preparation Tip
●Frozen Mousse

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Heat milk in a saucepan and bring it to the boil.

In a bowl, cream together egg yolk and sugar. (Photo #1)

Gradually stir the hot milk into the egg yolk mixture. (Photo #2)

Transfer the mixture into the saucepan and place over low heat. Heat until the mixture thickens, taking care not to burn it. (Photo #3)

When the mixture has thickened, remove the saucepan from the heat. Then place it in a bowl of ice water and allow the mixture to cool.

In a bowl, whisk the cream. It should be runny enough to drip off the whisk. (Photo #4)

Add the whipped cream and about 6 drops of vanilla essence to the egg yolk mixture (#5) and mix. Then transfer the mixture into mousse rings or small round molds and freeze. (Photo #5)


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In a bowl, beat cream and sugar until thick. (Photo #1)

Invert the mousse from the mold onto a serving plate.

Garnish the mousse with the cream sauce (#2), strawberry jam and cut seasonal fruit.

Servings per Recipe Calories per Serving Ready In
two 5.5cm mousse rings  469kcal 180 minutes
Frozen Mousse
milk 100g 
egg yolk 20g 
sugar 30g 
whipping cream 100g 
vanilla essence  
whipping cream 50g 
sugar 5g 
strawberry jam  
seasonal fruit  
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