Chocolate and Cream Bavarois Cake
Sterilised milk 0.4 l
Pasteurised egg yolk 0.048 kg
Sugar 0.08 kg
Creamed corn 0.008 kg
For this recipe, the following premade ingredients are needed:
- Place the gelatin strips in cold water and let sit.
- Beat the cream, separate it into two halves and keep in the freezer.
- Make an English cream and separate it into two halves.
- Add the hot black coating to half of the English cream and dissolve the gelatin .
- Allow the mixture to cool between 27 ºC and 33 ºC.
- Once at desired temperature, gently add half of the cream previosusly beaten, (folding and stirring in a figure of eight).
- When everything is mixed, put the mixture into molds, filling them to the middle and place them in the freezer so that gelatin sets and gives shape.
- Repeat the process with the other half of the English cream. The remaining cream will be used to finish filling the molds, that will go back into the freezer.
- Once set, take the bavaroise out from the freezer, and make a base from the génoise sponge cake with the shape of the bavaroise, and soak it.
- Turn the mold upside down to take it out.
- Put the bavaroise on a plate and decorate with strawberry coulis.
Nutritional information (1 portion)
Fiber 1.6 g
Saturates 10.9 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids 6.25 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids 1.24 g
Cholesterol 243.89 mg
Calcium 147.02 mg
Iron 3.05 mg
Zinc 1.39 mg
Vitamin A 210.21 ug
Vitamin C 1.44 g
Folic acid 30.43 ug
Salt (Sodium) 155.0 mg
Sugars 33.42 g
The data is merely a guide and should not be used for medical purposes. Those responsible for the web disclaims any responsibility.
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