500ml fresh whipping cream or 2 bottles Orley Whip for Parev
1/2 cup sugar
GUEST POSTER – Recipe courtesy and by approval of thehappiestpixel
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Hey pixels!! I don’t know how to describe exactly this recipe. I learned how to make it last Monday; I went to my granny’s house and we made it together. I think I would say it’s like a jelly. A milk jelly? It’s a bit strange, because it’s not jelly. It’s not a cake, not a mousse… I don’t know if there is a word to describe it….
GUEST POSTER – Recipe courtesy and by approval of Four Hungry Fizzles
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I have no words.
I lied. I do have words, I just don’t have the words necessary to express my absolute delight at my new recipe. To be fair, it has strawberries, and I am delighted by most things strawberry…but still, this one is up there…I’d say alongside the Strawberry White Chocolate Cookies recipe.
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The thing that I love about this mint chocolate mousse recipe, is that if you want to prepare a three coarse meal, cook for guests or something around those lines. You don’t have to over complicate anything. This is just a combination of 2 simple recipes, the mint chocolate mousse and the soaked cherries. You can prepare this recipe much earlier than the day you want to serve it, and when you do serve it to everyone, it will look as if you have done a lot of work.
2 cup cake flour
2 tablespoon semolina
2 tablespoon butter
Our full Sunday meal as follows:
Roasted Pork Loin
Spiced with Basil, Rosemary, Steak and Chop BBQ, and Ground Coriander
Roasted at 375F till done to your liking.
Sorry, did not get a picture of it before cutting.