Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Eggless Chocolate Mousse Recipe

Eggless Chocolate Mousse Recipe

I have posted a couple of Chocolate Mousse recipes earlier, an Instant ChocolateMousse with Marshmallows, a White Chocolate Mousse and an Eggless ChocolateMousse from Nita Mehta’s book.... I used to make the eggless chocolate mousse a lot during those times.... the Eggless chocolate Mousse I am posting today is also from Nita Mehta’s, this one is more richer and chocolaty as it has chocolate along with cocoa powder.... It’s very easy to make and you can use either gelatin or China grass (agar agar)..... Do try this rich chocolaty treat next time when you arrange a party for chocolate lovers :)

Chocolate Mousse Recipe


Eggless Chocolate Mousse
(Recipe from Nita Mehta’s ‘Desserts’)
Serves ~ 4-5
Ingredients:
2 cups milk
2 tbsp cocoa powder
1 tbsp cornflour
4 tbsp sugar
3 tsp gelatin or 5gm (½ packet) china grass
40 gm cooking chocolate, grated
¾ tsp coffee powder
½ tsp vanilla essence
1 cup (150 gm) cream, whipped till fluffy
Chocolate sprinklers or whipped cream to decorate

Method:
  • Mix cocoa and cornflour in ¼ cup milk in a small bowl to a paste.
  • Boil the rest of the milk with sugar in a heavy bottomed pan.
  • Add cocoa and cornflour paste to the boiling milk, stirring continuously.
  • Add grated chocolate. Cook on low heat for 3-4 minutes till chocolate dissolves. Add coffee and remove from fire.
  • Put ¼ cup water in a small pan. Add gelatin. Dissolve on low heat. (For china grass mix it with 1 cup water and heat till it dissolves).
  • Mix gelatin solution with the chocolate custard. Chill in the freezer for about 20 minutes till a little thick but not set. Beat the thickened chocolate custard.
  • Beat cream and essence till slightly thick and fluffy. Add whipped cream to chocolate mixture. Mix gently.
  • Transfer the mixture in to the serving dish or individual cups. Refrigerate for 3-4 hours or till set. Decorate with whipped cream or chocolate sprinklers.
Eggless Chocolate Mousse Recipe

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22 comments:

  1. Looks very yummy! I love your clicks. The mousse is very tasty but can be had in only small quantity right? I had made some for my son's bday in small cups as dessert.

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  2. Elegant dessert, love to finish those bowl pretty looking glasses of mousse.

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  3. loved the clicks and recipe...am a fan for mouse and chocolate one drolls me more

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  4. So tempting! Love chocolate!

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  5. Great clicks. Chocolate is divine in any form!!!!

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  6. That chocolate mousse looks amazing.. So yumm!!

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  7. I love that it is eggless. Gonna try. :)

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  8. Super Looking mousse and love the clicks...

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  9. lovely clicks and awesome dessert any day, anytime it goes perfect :-)

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  10. lovely clicks.. and the mousse is eggless... definately worth trying ..

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  11. Hi Swapna... Awesome blog! Got one doubt abt this recipe. If we are using china grass dissolved in 1 cup of water, won't that alter the conistency as opposed to the quarter cup water and gelatin?
    Thanks in advance!

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    1. Thank you Anju :)... No it will not alter the consistency...

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  12. Got a question... If we are using chinagrass dissolved in one cup water, won't that alter the consistency as opposed to quarter cup water and gelatin?
    Thanks in advance!

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  13. Hi, it looks great! Do these have to be set in the serving bowls during refrigeration? Could I not keep them in a big bowl and transfer contents later onto serving bowls?

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  14. Hi, it looks great! Do these have to be set in the serving bowls during refrigeration? Could I not keep them in a big bowl and transfer contents later onto serving bowls?

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    1. Yes you can keep them in a big bowl and transfer contents later onto serving bowls

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  15. hey, i love the recipe! always wanted eggless chocolate recipe. i've one doubt about the ingredients. you have mentioned 1cup cream but is it amul fresh cream or whip cream? please reply asap!
    thank you,
    nishita gandhi

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  16. hi, i always wanted eggless mousse's recipe. thanks for the recipe :D i have one doubt about the ingredients. you have mentioned 1cup cream but is it amul fresh cream or whip cream?? please reply asap.
    thank you,
    nishita gandhi

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    1. Hi Nishita, You can use either amul fresh cream or whip cream in this recipe :) Let me know if you try...

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