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Vanilla and Tonka Bean Mousse

Vanilla and Tonka Bean Mousse

Easy - 15 Min

  • Dish type: Sweet
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Preparation time: 15 min
  • Cooking time: 0 min

This extremely easy to make mousse contains only 3 ingredients: mascarpone, liquid cream and vanilla of course! Its vanilla flavour is very developed, and the aerial texture of this mousse literally melts on the tongue, it is a pure delight!

Very easy to make, this vanilla mousse can be eaten as it is in ramekins, or served with a strawberry or red fruit coulis. You can also put it in a pastry bag and use it to garnish or decorate a cake.

To succeed in this recipe, there are very few secrets to know. The first is the quality of vanilla. It is essential because it is the one that perfumes this recipe, which is very simple!

Then, the temperature of your cream and mascarpone should be very cold to help achieve a foamy texture. Keep them in the refrigerator until it is time to make your recipe. If you can, put your mixer's container in the refrigerator before making your recipe to maximize the chances of success.

Ingredients

300 g mascarpone

70 g icing sugar

50 cl whole liquid cream, very cold

2 vanilla pods

1/4 of a tonka bean

4 eggs


Used product(s) :

Tonka beans from Amazon - Brazil

Bourbon Gold Vanilla Pods +14cm - Madagascar

Tsy Taitry Black Gold Vanilla Pods - Madagascar

Products of the recipe

Tonka beans from Amazon - Brazil

Quantity :

Price : 3,90 €tax incl.

Out of stock Bourbon Gold Vanilla Pods +14cm - Madagascar

Quantity :

Price : 29,90 €tax incl.

Out of stock Tsy Taitry Black Gold Vanilla Pods - Madagascar

Quantity :

Price : 29,90 €tax incl.

Preparation

A few hours before this recipe is made, put the salad bowl and whisk in the freezer.

Mix the cream, mascarpone, sugar and vanilla in the bowl.

Whisk until a whipped cream is obtained.

Pour into a large dish and set aside.

Beat the two eggs until stiff, then gently add them to the previous mixture, adding ⅓ of the mixture at a time.

Pour into individual ramekins.