How to cook fennel mousse

Cooking chocolate mousse

300 grams chocolate with a minimum cocoa content of 60% must be melted on the steam bath. To do this, place it in a small glassware, dividing into small pieces. Pour some water into the pan and put on a medium heat. Once the water has boiled, reduce the fire. On top, place a glass container with chocolate on the pan. Under the action of steam, it will start melting. Don’t forget to stir chocolate regularly. Add 150 grams of butter. Mix the resulting mixture well.

Whisk 6 egg yolks with 2 tablespoons of sugar sand for 30-40 seconds. You can use a mixer or blender. Add this mixture to melted chocolate and stir. 6 egg yolks well whisk with 2 tablespoons of sugar sand, using a blender, until thick foam is formed. Add a third of the mixture to the chocolate and stir. Next gently interfere with the remains of egg whites.

Prepare a split mould for baking chocolate mousse. Clasp the containers with baking paper. Put half of the thinly sliced fennel on the bottom. After that, pour the shape with chocolate mousse. Bake in a preheated to 160-180 degree oven for 20-30 minutes.

The preparation of fennel to decorate the

Fennel mousse should be cut into small slices. Pour 100 ml of water into the pan. After that, add 100 grams of sugar sand and bring this mixture to a boil, stirring regularly. Place the fennel slices in the boiling syrup and cook for 20-30 minutes. The cooled treat gently lay on the chocolate mousse.

Serve the chocolate fennel mousse, watering the top with a little sugar syrup and a spoonful of ice cream (whipped cream). Several leaves of fresh mint can also be used as decoration of the dish.

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