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Learn how to make layered cakes with chocolate biscuit, mango curd, exotic compote and chocolate espresso mousse. Ingredients (for 5 cakes): Mango Curd Mango 120 g Lime ½ pc Sugar 20 g Egg yolk 1 pc Butter 30 g Gelatin 8 g Exotic Compote Orange juice 100 ml Lime ½ pc Banana ½ pc Mango 150 g Gelatin 9 g Chocolate Espresso Biscuit Almond flour 70 g Sugar powder 70 g Egg 1 pc Egg yolks 1 pc Coffee 30 ml Cocoa 10 g Flour 60 g Sugar 80 g Egg proteins 140 g Cardamom (optional) 1 tsp Chocolate Espresso Mousse Milk 100 ml Coffee 100 ml Egg yolks 2 pcs Sugar 15 g Chocolate 200 g Cream 33%-35% 200 ml Gelatin 8 g Chocolate Glaze Gelatin - 12 g Cream 33% - 160 g Sugar - 240 g Water - 100 g Glucose syrup - 80 g Cocoa - 80 g Preparation: Mango Curd Chop mango using blender, add sugar, egg yolk and lime juice. Mix everything together in blender. Soak gelatin in water. Pour the mixture in saucepan and heat until thickening (82C) stirring constantly. Add gelatin and butter. Mix well. Cool to room temperature. Fill in silicone mold to 2 cm. Freeze for nearly 8 hours. Exotic Compote Soak gelatin. Chop banana and mango finely. Mix them with orange juice and lime juice and bring to boil. Add gelatin. Pour it in such a form that compote layer depth is 1 cm. Keep in fridge until cake assembly. Chocolate Espresso Biscuit Whisk (mix well) 1 egg, 1 egg yolk, almond flour, sugar powder and coffee. Preheat the oven to 200-220 C. Add sifted flour and cocoa to this mixture, add cardamom for flavor. Whisk egg proteins and sugar. Mix everything carefully, put in oven tray and bake for nearly 5-10 min. Cool gradually (Do not put it in a cool place immediately after the oven). Use the parchment if you are not using silicone mold. Chocolate Espresso Mousse Soak gelatin. Beat egg yolks and sugar. Pour milk, strong coffee ad egg yolks in saucepan. Heat the mixture until thickening (82C). Add gelatin. Cool to room temperature. Whisk cream 33%. Mix with coffee cream. If you use semi circle silicone mold, pour mousse 1 cm depth. Let it harden in fridge for 30 min. Put frozen mango curd semi circles on it. Pour mousse to the edge of mango circles. Cut circles of compote using cooking steel ring (smaller in diameter than the silicone mold). Put them on mousse and fill the mold with mousse completely. Freeze for 8 hours. Chocolate Glaze Soak gelatin. Bring cream 33% to boil and keep hot. Mix water, sugar and sugar syrup. Bring the mixture to boil and simmer on medium heat for 2 min. Add boiled cream. Add cocoa, stir well and then add gelatin. You may also add golden candurin (glittering dye). Pour the glaze in cup to whisk it using blender. Try not to make bubbles. But if the bubbles were formed, use sieve. Cool the glaze to 36-40C. The glaze cools down slowly, so it’s better to cook it the day before and heat it in microwave. If you don’t have cooking thermometer, use chilled spoon to determine whether the glaze drains too quickly. Cut circles of biscuit with cooking steel ring. Get the frozen chocolate mousse with filling out. Put the frozen semi circles on lattice above oven tray or other stand. Pour chocolate glaze (with 36-40C temperature) on frozen mousse. Let the drops drain. Transfer mousse on biscuit circle. Decorate with coffee bean. Defrost completely in fridge before eating.
Cakes and pastries that have become works of confectionery art. How the technologies of the 21st century changed the approach to creating desserts. Who is behind the creation of these unique edible masterpieces? “Master of Crafts” goes to Kharkiv to find out everything about the Ukrainian confectionery sensation that has shaken the entire world. _ Subscribe to UATV English: https://goo.gl/VHU7bk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Medium: https://medium.com/@UATV_English Watch UATV live: http://uatv.pro/ #Ukraine #Ukrainian #Kiev #Kyiv #Business #Entrepreneur #Entrepreneurship #Confectionary #Dessert #Cake #Pastry #Cakes #Pastries #Candy #Sweet #Sweets #Bake #Bakery #Pastry #Art #By #Dinara #Kasko #Cakes
Any time you’re faced with a problem, surely you’ve racked a few stupid ideas through your mind before you found a practical solution. But once in awhile, it seems those outlandish solutions might just actually be solutions. Here’s 15 times those crazy ideas actually worked. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 6. Goggles For Dogs Do dogs really need an accessory? Surely all the cutesy clothes and even collars we place on them is enough. However, as ridiculous as the phrase “dog goggles” seems for anyone, it’s a business venture that’s worked out in the dog goggle manufacturers favor. The inventor of the product known as the “doggles” is Jill Doyle and while most would quip that these things look ridiculous, the goggles protect your dog’s eyes from the UV rays of the sun. Since dogs need to run around outside as much as possible, some owners would like to take the extra precaution. The company that sells doggles makes around $5 million in revenue every year and also includes products that are prescribed lenses for dogs with visual impairments. 5. Dropped and Shipped Speaking of conscientious dog owners, let’s take a look at the opposite side of the spectrum. Dog owners in the Madrid suburb of Brunete, Spain were said to have a bad habit of not picking up after their dogs. This problem was becoming such an issue, that efforts were made to stop this problem. And instead of just issuing fines, officials found a better way to to deal with the unsanitary problem. A group of volunteers would look out for the dogs and their owners, bag the poop themselves, and then send it in the mail back to the owners. The practice has said to be highly effective, with the number of dog droppings around Brunete being considerably fewer. 4. Fisherman Wearing Masks A lot of animals aren’t particularly stupid, especially a beast like a Bengal Tiger. However, just because they’re not stupid doesn’t mean they’re super aware of human devices, even one as simple as a mask. Fisherman in the Ganges Delta were dealing with Bengal Tigers sneaking up on them as they tried to do their job and it was becoming a dangerous problem. Instead of hurting the tigers or just moving the a different location, it seemed all that was needed was a prop. To scare away tigers approaching them behind, the fisherman were instructed to wear these masks of a human face, which seemed to trick most tigers into thinking a human being had spotted them. Or the face on the mask is just that displeasing that it just scares them off. 3. Bottled Air You’ve probably heard about people complaining about bottled water, how it’s all a sham and that clean drinking water should come free anyways. So then think about the concept of bottled air. Now that you’ve thought about it for a bit, just know you can buy said product. Vitality Air was created by a Canadian startup company who sell cans of what is said to be “100% pure Rocky Mountain air” for about $32 each. Sounds crazy, sure, but the little novelty product has made loads for itself and it’s said places with higher air pollution are the locations of the biggest buyers of the bottled air. 2. Shade Balls The phrase “shade balls” could mean a lot to people if you weren’t aware of context. But what they actually refer to are the millions of plastic balls that were dumped into the Ivanhoe Reservoir in Los Angeles 2 years ago. The reason stems down to the continuing drought that the state of California has been going through. Placing the 4 inch thick plastic balls in the water would help shade the water from the hot sun, reducing rapid evaporation. Thus, things like bacteria and algae would be less likely to form, and certain chemical substances wouldn’t be able to be produced. Pigs With Munchies Stigma against legalized marijuana has slowly been falling away, especially not that places like Washington State have implemented it legally. But farmers in said state have also implemented the plant, and not in the way you probably think. Instead, cannabis has been incorporated into the pig feed and it’s said to increase the weight of the pigs to up to 30 pounds more--for reasons you can imagine. Eating this new feed has made the pigs here bigger than pigs in other parts of country usually are, which only means good things for the farming trade in Washington.