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  • Milk desert

    Ingredients:
    4-5 eggs
    1 L milk
    sugar (100 g.)

    How to cook it:
    Separate the yolk from the white. Make a mousse with the white and some sugar . Heat the milk a little bit. Take mousse with a spoon and soak it in the milk. Let it in 1-2 minutes on each side, then take it out and put it in a bowl. Then, add the yolk mixed with the rest of the sugar. Let it boil a bit, then pour the cream over the pieces of mousse.
    It is better served cold. Enjoy!
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    Last edited by she_cookie; 01-24-2011, 09:08 AM.

  • #2
    Originally posted by she_cookie View Post
    Ingredients:
    4-5 eggs
    1 L milk
    sugar (100 g.)

    How to cook it:
    Separate the yolk from the white. Make a mousse with the white and some sugar . Heat the milk a little bit. Take mousse with a spoon and soak it in the milk. Let it in 1-2 minutes on each side, then take it out and put it in a bowl. Then, add the yolk mixed with the rest of the sugar. Let it boil a bit, then pour the cream over the pieces of mousse.
    It is better served cold. Enjoy!
    does the egg yolk harden when you boil it?
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    • #3
      The yolk doesn't harden. It just gives the whole dish a look very close to a cream, although it's liquid.
      The mousse you put in the milk, however, does harden. When you place it in the milk it's just like some regular mousse, but after a minute or two it hardens a bit, it looks kind of like a puffy snowball
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      Last edited by she_cookie; 01-24-2011, 09:08 AM.

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      • #4
        Sounds yummy! I will definitely try this!

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        • #5
          what flavor is the mousse expected to have?

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          • #6
            This dessert is also known as 'Floating Islands' - and it's usual for the base to be a vanilla flavoured custard - so add a vanilla pod when making the custard, and you'll be eating a French classic

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            • #7
              And a bit of rum or brandy makes it an egg nog...

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