Sunday, September 14, 2008

Bavaroise

Hey!

I decided to start this food blog, with a common chilean and simple but yummy dessert. It's called Bavaroise. I know, the name doesn't seem chilean, actually it is in french, but I grew up eating it at home! It's very easy to make and you can prepare it in a cake bunt pan or if you want to make it nicer you can just serve it in goblets.



Ingredients:

1 12 oz. can evaporated milk (Chilled at least for 4 hours)
1 6 oz. package of Gelatin Dessert (I used strawberry flavor)
2 cups of boiling water
Whipped Cream to decorate


Directions:

Pour the evaporated milk in your electric mixer bowl, and with the whisk attachment beat it until soft peaks. It has to double its amount. Then, set aside.

Stir the gelatin in a bowl with the water and dissolve it completely. Start your electric mixer at medium speed and with a soft and continuous stream pour the gelatin mix into the evaporated milk and beat until well combined.

Finally, pour the mix into a bunt pan or if you prefer into goblets. Decorate with whipped cream. Let it chill for at least 3 hours. An easy way to remove the Bavaroise from the pan is to submerge the bottom of the pan in hot water for 30 seconds. Then, put a plate or cake plate on top of the pan and flip over.

1 comment:

Jeff and Brandi Koonce said...

Hey!! I sent this address to some people so you will have visitors! you have to put some "salad" recipes!