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« on: November 23, 2010 02:42:02 PM »

So I made THIS Cheesy



its a chocolatemousse (cream and chocolate heated together, cooled at laid together with whipped cream and egg yolks. It was basically just ganache, egg yolks and whipped cream : ) if you google a recipe you will get one with whipped egg whites - these are great too, I just hate the salty taste from the pasturisation) and a normal tart dough (half butter half flour) with half the flour substituted with cocoa.

The bottom part was all too heavy and boring in comparrison to light, chokolaty chocolate mousse.

I made the horns with white chocolate (2 layers)

initially I thought I was done, but someone asked what it was, so I had to play with dark chocolate...



cutting it and watching vikings loose (why does my team always loose Sad ?)




They faught over the horn AND the last piece ^_^ it may not be all that pretty (compared to fondant cakes) but it was GOOD!

just some advice.... Chocolate mousse is ALWAYS the way to go ^_^
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