So today I’m very pleased to show you how to prepare Raspberry mousse. It’s very light and doesn’t contain much-added sugar.
Raspberry Mousse Recipe
Let’s get on with the recipe:
- The key ingredient here is the raspberries that this recipe also works with other fruits such as blueberries and strawberries.
- We also need mascarpone cheese, it will help to give a firm consistency with a mousse cools down.
- Eggs and we’re only going to keep the whites.
- A small amount of sugar.
- And finally, gelatin.
I have one and a half small sheets gelatin which must be about 3 grams.
Start with placing the gelatin sheets in a bowl of cold water and set aside.
Then put the raspberries in a saucepan, on low to medium heat, and stir well to prevent the preparation from sticking to the pan.
After two to three minutes, the raspberries have turned into a puree.
Remove from the heat and save the preparation to get rid of the seeds.
Try to save as much fruit as possible with the help of a spoon. They should take about five minutes.
And don’t forget to clean the save on the outside.
Place the preparation back on low heat and add 2/3 of the sugar as well as mascarpone cheese.
When fully combined, put the gelatin in, but don’t forget to squeeze it first to remove the excess of water.
So well, until the gelatin is dissolved and remove the pan from the heat.
While the raspberry preparation is cooling down, whisk the egg whites and midway through the whisking process.
Add the rest of the sugar.
These will help the whites to stay firm.
They’re ready when they’re no longer rising.
As you can see, I can literally cut through them.
Now it’s time to combine the raspberry preparation with the whites.
Before doing so, make sure the raspberries are close to room temperature, because otherwise it could lead to the egg whites to collapse and you may find a deposit at the bottom of the container where the mousse has set.
Put the mousse in containers and place them in the freezer for about 40 minutes to ensure the mousse set as quickly as possible.
Then move the containers to the fridge.
It will take about four hours for the mousse to completely set.
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