Coffee Mousse ( Mousses Recipe)
by Tarla Dalal
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If chocolate mousse is for those who like the sweet and indulgent smell of cocoa, this mousse is for those who love the rich, invigorating aroma of coffee! whip together a super combo of chocolate, milk and coffee powder and you will end up with a perfectly creamy mousse to romance with your taste buds. What is more, this mousse is also quite easy to make; and if you have a good quality coffee powder and the perfect decoction, you just cannot control the compliments!
- Combine the chocolate and milk in a microwave safe bowl and microwave on high for 30 seconds. Remove and mix well until no lumps remain.
- Strain the mixture using a sieve and keep aside.
- Combine the sugar and 1½ cups whipped cream in a deep bowl and fold gently.
- Add the chocolate-milk mixture and fold gently.
- Add the coffee mixture and fold gently.
- Pour equal quantities of the mixture into 4 individual bowls / glasses and refrigerate for atleast 3 to 4 hours or till the mousse sets
- Top each bowl / glass with ¼ cup of whipped cream.
- Serve chilled garnished with grated chocolate.
- You can also melt the chocolate-milk mixture on a double-boiler.
- Coffee mousse on a chocolate biscuit crust:
- At step 5, before adding the mixture, make a layer of biscuit rust in the bowls/glasses. To make this layer, combine 1 cup of coarsely crushed biscuits and 2 tbsp of melted butter in a bowl and mix well. Divide the crust into 4 equal portions and place equal quantities into 4 individual bowls / glas
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