How to make Peach Mousse
If you're a fan of sweet things, note down the following recipe in a notebook, as we present a dessert which is not suitable for diabetics. On this occasion, we suggest a sweet ending to your meals, which is fast and simple to prepare, to delight people with a sweet tooth. Learn how to make peach mousse following these simple instructions, without having to bother weighing the ingredients, just like a chef. With your peach mousse you will give a sweet touch to the end of your meal. Take note!
First, to prepare this delicious dessert, you should crush peaches in a container. To go faster, we recommend doing so with a whisk. Then you will also not get lumps and the peach will end up more even.
Once you have the crushed peach, add lemon juice. We recommend that you only squeeze half, but if you like the sour taste, you can add a whole lemon. On the other hand, add one or the three egg yolks. Remember: to a chef's taste.
As you mix the ingredients, add condensed milk. Remember to keep trying the mix to determine if the mixture is to your liking and adapt it by adding more or less ingredients. This is also the time to add sugar. About 200 grams (7.05oz), to begin with, is enough.
Once you've beaten the ingredients, let the mixture sit. Meanwhile, it is time to beat the egg whites until they are stiff. You can do this with a mixer or by hand. However, if you do it, remember to be patient.
Place the egg whites in a mixing bowl, to make it easy to beat. Remember that the egg whites can become very large, so make sure the container is big enough. Tip the container to make it easier to beat the egg whites and use the mixer at its minimum power. To get them properly stiff, ideally make gentle movements from the bottom up. Add a pinch of salt and a little sugar so that the egg whites end up tastier.
How to know if the egg whites are well beaten? It's easy. Tilt the container a little and see if the egg whites slide. If so, there will still beat a bit more to make them stiff, so you should continue beating them a little more.
With the egg whites stiff, it's time to mix all the ingredients to get the delicious peach mousse. Retrieve the mixture that was sitting and pour it over the egg whites carefully. While adding the peach "mash" on the egg whites, slowly stir the ingredients. Remember that it should end up being a spongy texture.
Finally, put the mixture in the containers in which you are going to serve the mousse, cover them with cling film and put them in the fridge so they sit for at least three hours. Remove the peach mousse from the fridge and serve it with whipped cream. Delicious!
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