Learn Recipes of Chocolate Mousse with Cadbury Chocolate

By: Jacob Cohen

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Chocolate mousse is a very common dessert and is highly liked by people of all ages. Ingredients needed for preparation of chocolate mousse includes finely chopped bittersweet chocolate, unsalted butter, espresso or any other very strong coffee, cold heavy cream, eggs and sugar. Raspberries and extra whipped cream are not necessary ingredients, but can be added as optional to enhance the taste. Refrigerate the cream after whipping it to soft peaks. Prepare a mixture of chocolate, butter and espresso in a double boiler over hot water, but it should not be boiling. Keep stirring the mixture till it becomes uniform. Let the temperature of mixture come down. In the meanwhile, whip the egg whites in a bowl and when it becomes foamy, sprinkle sugar and beat it. When chocolate mixture has cooled down to a warm state, you can add and stir in the yolks about one-third of whipped cream. Create alternate layers of whipped cream and egg whites. Chocolate mousse is ready for serving.

Cadbury Chocolate is also a very delicious type of chocolate which can be eaten separately as well as can be used as an ingredient in a number of dishes. It can also be made at home, but is also available in ready-made form and is not much costly. Cocoa, cocoa butter, sugar and fresh milk in condensed form are its major ingredients. Sugar and cocoa mass are added to the condensed milk to make a rich creamy chocolate liquid. These ingredients are cooked together resulting in evaporation produced milk chocolate crumb.

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Jacob Cohen has been connected with food industry based in Rapid City, Dubai, UAE. He has worked on numerous projects associated with food and nutrition industry, and is an active blogger on quality food related products. For more info about recipes (وصفات الطعام) of delicious dishes of Chocolate Mousse recipes, visit Kraft Arabia.

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