LIFE IS SHORT! EAT DESSERT FIRST!



sexta-feira, 28 de janeiro de 2011

Daring Baker Challenge - Joconde Imprime - Passion Fruit Mousse Pie



Para ler em Português, clique aqui.

I'm posting DB Challenge very late this month!
This month Astheroshe from the Blog Accro challenged us to make joconde imprime.

"Joconde imprime /entremets. A joconde imprime (French Baking term) is a decorative design baked into a light sponge cake providing an elegant finish to desserts/torts/entremets/ formed in ring molds. A joconde batter is used because it bakes into a moist, flexible cake. The cake batter may be tinted or marbleized for a further decorative effect."

This sponge turns simple pies into beautiful desserts.
Unfortunatelly mine didn’t work out as I wanted. I wanted to make stripes but I didn’t find the tool to buy. Even though, I tried to make with a fork but it failed because the strippes wer too thin and they closed while baking.
I made another one, but as I would use AT pie’s bottom, I didn’t make any particular design, because I was sure that the stripes would be like expected.
Well, I had to use the dough the way it was, because as allways I let to make the recipe too late (26th Day of the month)
But the dough is so delicious and I made a passion fruit and white chocolate ganache pie that is really tasty!
But I’m still challenged by joconde imprime. So I decided to buy the stripe tool and then I WILL post my recipe here.

The joconde recipe you find here, with great helpfull pictures.

Passion Fruit Pie

Passion Fruit Mousse
30g egg White
60g sugar
175g heavy cream
10g no-flavor jelly
30ml water
90g passion fruit juice

Beat the egg whites until firm snow peaks with the sugar.
Prepare the jelly and mix with the juice. Let it cool.
Whip the heavy cream, until firm peaks. Reserve.
Mix the heavy cream with the jelly mixture. Add egg whites softly.

White chocolate ganache finally chopped
250g white chocolate
190g heavy cream
60g butter

Heat the cream in a medium sized saucepan over medium heat. Bring just to a boil. Immediately pour the boiling cream over the chocolate and allow to stand for 5 minutes. Stir the butter with a whisk until smooth.

Passion fruit jam to decorate.
Assemble the pie
Cut two slices of the joconde using a 20cm springform. Cut joconde strap and put on the form edges.
Put a joconde slice on the bottom of form. Fill with the ganache. Put the other slice of joconde and fill with the mousse. Take the pie to the refrigerator, furing the night, or at least 4 hours.
Decorate with passion fruit jam before serving.

8 comentários:

Raina disse...

I think it looks beautiful and sounds incredibly delicious.

claire disse...

It is gorgeous! The colors are so vibrant- I am with Raina... Looks delicious!

Mickey disse...

Beautiful!
mickey

Erin disse...

Oh my, oh my, oh my! This looks amazingly beautiful!!!! And so delicious!!!

Ms Bibi disse...

It looks absolutely beautiful and delicious.

Katie @ This Chick Cooks disse...

Oh wow! This is so spectacular looking. I don't know how I never realized before but I'm finally following you :) Have a good day.

Catalina disse...

I've never had passion fruit (I cannot get a good quality one here in our grocer's) but I'll have to try it! It looks so cool and pretty in this joconde entremet of yours! Must have been truly delicious :)

Manu disse...

Thank you girls! It didn't turn out like I wanted, but I can tell you it was really delicious!
Catalina you really shoul give it a try! You can make it using juice and you can make the seeds using chocolate chips, like Renata (http://testadoprovadoeaprovado.blogspot.com)
It's a good tip!