This recipe is very easy and goes really well with all types of Indian spicy to very spicy curries because of its subtle yet sweet after taste. At times, I use pistachios instead of cashews and there is not too much change of taste but, the green of pistachios makes the dish look prettier. The balance of sweet from onions, carrots and sugar, sour from lemon juice and mild heat from black pepper is what I like the most.
This scrumptious dessert is among the most favoured orders in Restaurants. Topped with a generous dollop of Vanilla Ice Cream and a drizzle of thick chocolate sauce, it is no wonder this dessert is so well loved. Even if the vanilla ice cream is forgone, the sizzle of the chocolate sauce on the sizzling plate and the unique aroma can draw you in from tables away.
Servings: 16 pieces
The wait is over! This recipe is one that I have been asked for many years by my daughters’ friends. Smooth, silky and vegetarian, this is one of the easiest desserts on my list.
1. Dark Chocolate. 250gms
2. Butter. 65gms
3. Marshmallows. 75gms
4. Cream. 200mls
1. Melt dark chocolate, marshmallows and butter in C double boiler.
2.Let the chocolate mixture cool.
3. Beat Cream till stiff
4. Fold in chocolate with cream lightly
5. Put in a piping bag and put them in moulds.
6. Put the moulds in the fridge for a minimum of two hours.
Any other mousse usually takes longer, however, this one sets rather quickly
Traditional Bengali meals have a blend of all tastes- bitter, sour, sweet, pungent and tangy. Bengalis tend to take their chutney or chaatni, very seriously.My signature Pineapple chutney has gained many lovers. This is in response to a request by Jolene Misquitta. I hope you enjoy the recipe, dear.