Marshmallow with Blueberries and Chocolate Mousse Recipe
I came up with to make marshmallows, but not the usual form, and a little flattened, and even added blueberries! But it was not enough... And I made a chocolate mousse that I put on marshmallows! Then my experiment reached the final mark.
Blueberries (if frozen) defrost and mash in a puree blender| fork. Strain of the skin through the towel. Measure out 280 ml.
Mix sugar with berry juice, put the syrup on the fire.
Check the readiness using the "experience":
1. Drip into a plate of cold water a drop of syrup, it should gather in a ball and be soft.
To properly cook the syrup is half the battle!
In parallel, beat the chilled proteins to the peaks, and then pour the lemon juice, and then the syrup.
Add pre-soaked and dissolved in a water bath gelatin.
Next, beat the mass with a mixer ( if you are afraid that will burn, put the nozzle on the drill, not the screwdriver, and the drill. Nothing burns. Checked!) before wrapping the mass on the beaters.
Well, now you can give a flight of your imagination. Portions of mousse for the whole marshmallow is not enough, so did the usual marshmallow. Nozzle: French tube. Leave to dry for 30-40 minutes.
While the marshmallows are drying, we'll do the mousse.:
Break the chocolate into pieces and add water, put on medium heat ( about 3) and boil the mixture until the chocolate dissolves, do not heat much! Pre-prepare deep dishes with ice water and pieces of ice, put back the pan and beat with a mixer. ( Decided to add mousse recipe with great photos)
The first stage: nothing happens, just foam.
The second stage: begin to appear stains from the mixer. Third stage: have clearly visible stains, but the mousse isn't thick.
Stage four: here it is! Soft as a cloud, delicious and super chocolate mousse!