Dear Vinay, what would it be like if Shaun Gallaway or Sachin Tendulkar wished you a happy birthday? Would it make you feel extra special? Well, we the team of ‘Bring On The Chef In You’ wish you an Extraordinary Happy Birthday and many more. Though two of us (Judy and Sylvia) are not around to wish you personally, but our heartfelt birthday greetings want you to feel on top of the world.
Smiles and laughter, joy and cheer
New happiness that stays throughout the year
Hope your birthday brings you
much pleasure and joy
May all of your wishes come true
A birthday wish we’re sending you
Your gift is sweet, that’s the clue!
The great French Strawberry Mousse.
A fruit dessert especially in the heat of summer is just what is needed.
For a very quick dessert, slice strawberries, sprinkle with just a hint of sugar, and serve with sweetened whip cream. This should bring a smile to just about anyone’s face.
Strawberries are delicious and they easily mix into fruit desserts. So don’t miss out, try this easy strawberry mousse recipe today. Why not give everyone a treat with a homemade mousse that many won’t be able to resist?
Strawberries contain lots of Vitamin C – a one cup serving covers your RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance). To fully appreciate their taste, take berries out of the refrigerator at least 30 minutes before eating them.
Ingredients and Method:
300 ml Fresh cream, ¼ cup icing sugar, ¼ cup granulated sugar (powdered fine), 2 cups strawberry puree, 2 tablespoons gelatin, ¼ cup warm water, few strawberries and mint for garnish.
Whip the strawberry puree and powdered sugar till sugar dissolves. Mix gelatine with warm water and mix. In a separate bowl add the chilled cream and icing sugar and beat till stiff and fluffy. Fold the strawberry puree into the whipped cream. If desired add 2 drops of pink colour. Put in glasses or cups and cool in the fridge for 3-4 hours till set. Cut strawberries into slices, put a few in each glass/cup and add a fresh mint leaf as well.