Passion for chocolate or chocolate passion? Anyway you think, this dessert involves both: chocolate and passion fruit. A light chocolate mousse, perfectly balanced with the tangy flavor of passion fruit. It is a refreshing dessert, and even if simple, it is sophisticated. Perfect for any occasion.
This tart is created by the combination of 2 recipes: one from E. Knam and the other, from a friend of mine, Isabelle. It is a simple but very tasty: pears pair deliciously with chocolate and pistachios pair deliciously with both. The whole is moist and crunchy, thanks to the frangipane, to the pears, to the shortcrust pastry and thanks to the crumble. In a word, you find all the elements to prepare a truly delicious tart.
Chocolate and hazelnut…..in a word gianduja…. one of the most tasting combination ever. The tart is very easy to prepare: it’s comprised of a hazelnut tart dough, a layer of cocoa and almond filling and a top layer of light and deliciously creamy hazelnut bavaroise cream. The recipes of the single 3 layers are from great italian pastry chefs…….you can’t get wrong.
A modern tart: a crispy base, a firm but soft ganache and an apricot “cremoso”….that means, as the word suggests, a creamy texture. To stress the taste of apricots, some small silky and tasty jellies. It is not common to have four different preparations in a tart, but you can prepare the various steps in different days, and then, the moment you need the tart it, assemble it……. The idea comes from a picture of a single portion proposed by the Master of chocolate, Knamm. if he has matched the chocolate with apricot …… the combination could only be perfect … .. Do you have any doubts?
A simple and gorgeous chocolate tart…..which for sure satisfies a craving for chocolate. This tart is very rich, creamy and soft, with a strong jolt of cocoa. The recipe belongs to Ernst Knamm, the “King of chocolate”. No doubt about the perfect result of the cake.
Glazes, glazes, glazes. Chocolate glazes, cocoa glazes, fruit glazes, but all with a common feature: they must be very shiny … like a mirror. A simple dessert, as I wanted the focus on a perfect, super shiny glaze. A melt-in-your-mouth hazelnuts bavarian cream combined with cocoa glaze I am quite pleased with the results, and the dome does look pretty! And it tastes good too, as usual, of hazelnuts and chocolate.
Are you looking for a dessert that is not too tough on the waistline? I wanted something really amazing and with chocolate on top…..yet gorgeous, and fluffy The result is an airy, slightly tangy yogurt chantilly….. I wouldn’t call this dessert “light”…but for sure “lighter” as it has slightly less fat and calories, than a traditional mousse……. The dessert is a remake from “Gorgeous yogurt “with apricots by pastry chef Luca Montersino…. Following is recipes, you can’t fail…
I love tarts and I love brownies …… and after countless attempts I found the perfect recipe for brownies batter. I’m sure each of you has his own recipe for the perfect pastry and brownies batter ….. You can try your favorite recipes for the two doughs, and then assemble the cake, but I recommend you to try mine …. you will not be disappointed. I added one layer of strawberry jam on the bottom and put diced strawberries in the dough …… you know that strawberries and chocolate is the perfect combination. As decoration, I prepared strawberries jellies, but if you want you can omit …… The pie is rich, intense, soft and crunchy…… It can be perfect in case you need a sweet treat this weekend. Let’s go in the kitchen …..
To celebrate our return, I wanted something rich, elegant and something with chocolate. Modern cakes, characterized by layers of different consistencies, give the result to seem a special day or occasion. About modern cakes I appreciate the delicate structure and soft and moist interior. The chocolate sponge layer adds a richness of flavour. Every slice is pure bliss.
Cookies, cookies and cookies. These red velvet cookies are my husband’s favorite ones, chocolatey with a perfect soft texture. I am so happy whenever a recipe turns out really well. They melt in your mouth, but the secret of the recipe is the baking time. The cookies appear undercooked and too soft, but will firm up as they set. Impressive, simple and delicious.