Curiously, even queens are sweet-toothed! Elizabeth II also has several favorite desserts.
3 of them can be easily repeated at home, not only in the royal kitchen. Furilia invites you to try cooking interesting Desserts and find out why they are so tasty.
1. Chocolate Mousse Recipe
To make this sweet dish, you need a certain combination of delicious ingredients. Chocolate mousse will not “work” without:
• 50 grams of dark chocolate;
• 50 grams of milk chocolate;
• 350 grams of sour cream;
• 30 milliliters of whiskey.
• A bag of gelatin
Step 1. Heat a third of sour cream to a boil.
Step 2 Pour the cut chocolate into it and leave it for 2-3 minutes.
Step 3 Take a whisk and beat the resulting mixture until smooth, and then leave to cool.
Step 4 Melt gelatin.
Step 5 Add whiskey and gelatin to the chocolate mixture.
Then you need to beat the remaining sour cream, add it to the chocolate mixture when it cools, and mix a little.
2. Pistachio cookies Recipe
For a cup of tea with pistachio cookies that literally melts in your mouth, you will need the following products/ingridients:
• 15 grams of flour;
• 200 grams of dark chocolate;
• 95 grams of pistachios;
• 50 grams of butter;
• 1 tablespoon of sour cream;
• 65 grams of granulated sugar;
• 35 grams of lemon peel;
• 45 grams of dried cherries;
• 25 grams of almonds.
Step 1. Take a flat baking dish, line the bottom with parchment paper and grease it with butter.
Step 2 Melt the butter mixed with sugar.
Step 3 Add cream with a pinch of salt, chopped zest, almonds, pistachios, cherries.
Step 4 Pour in flour and mix thoroughly.
Step 5 Using a teaspoon, form portions of cookies and put them on a baking sheet.
Step 6 Level the surface slightly to make the dessert flat.
It remains to bake it for 10-15 minutes in a preheated oven to 180 degrees.
3. Blueberry Pie Recipe
For this amazingly delicious dessert you will need:
• 500 grams of flour;
• 1 chicken egg;
• 400 grams of sweet cream;
• 100 grams of fresh blueberries;
• 130 grams of butter – it will need to be cut into cubes;
• 65 grams of powdered sugar.
You will also need to add 2 tablespoons of baking powder and salt to taste.
Step 1. Prepare a baking sheet and cover it with baking paper.
Step 2 Sift the flour and combine it with icing sugar, salt and baking powder.
Step 3 Rub the cubes of butter into the resulting mixture until it turns into a mushy one.
Step 4 Whip the cream with the egg.
Step 5 Pour flour onto the table so that you get a small slide with a depression in the center.
Step 6 Gently pour the creamy mixture into the flour from above, mixing thoroughly – you should get a sticky dough.
Step 7 Form a cake and cut it into 8 identical parts.
Should be baked in a preheated oven at 200 degrees for about half an hour.
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