Prune Mousse Recipe

Summary

Cooking Time30 MinDifficulty LevelMedium
Health IndexJust EnjoyServings4
CourseMethod
Main IngredientInterest Group

Ingredients

 Prunes1⁄2 Pound (225 Gram)
 Cold tea1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs)
 Lemon1 , juiced and rinded
 Castor sugar2 Ounce (50 Gram)
 Water3 Tablespoon
 Powdered gelatin1⁄2 Ounce (1/2 Ounce)
 Double cream1⁄2 Pint

Nutrition Facts

Serving size

Calories 489 Calories from Fat 275

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 31 g47%

Saturated Fat 0.06 g0.29%

Trans Fat 0 g

Cholesterol 0 mg

Sodium 9.4 mg0.4%

Total Carbohydrates 53 g17.7%

Dietary Fiber 4.7 g18.8%

Sugars 35.8 g

Protein 5 g10.7%

Vitamin A 8.9% Vitamin C 19.2%

Calcium 3.5% Iron 3.7%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet

Directions

GETTING READY
1) Place the prunes in a basin, cover generously with cold tea and leave to soak overnight.
2) In a saucepan, next day place the prunes along with a measured 1/2 pint (3 dl) of the tea used for soaking and 2-3 strips of pared lemon rind.

MAKING
3) Simmer until tender —about 15 -20 minutes.
4) Remove from heat, add the sugar, stir to dissolve and then strain the juice from the prunes and set aside.
5) If necessary, make up to 1/2 pint (3 dl) with a little water.
6) Remove the stones from the prunes and either puree the prune flesh along with the reserved liquid in an electric blender.
7) Or, alternatively, rub the prunes through a sieve to make a puree, using a little of the reserved juice to make it easier.
8) Either way combine together the prune puree, reserved juice and strained lemon juice.
9) In a small saucepan, measure the cold water and sprinkle in the gelatine.
10) Allow to soak for 5 minutes, then stir over low heat to dissolve the gelatine.
11) Add the gelatine to the fruit puree, pouring it in a thin steady stream.
12) Stir well all the time to blend the mixture evenly.
13) Allow to cool for a few minutes then lightly whip the cream and fold into the mixture.
14) Pour into a serving dish and chill for several hours before serving.

SERVING
15) Serve the chilled prune mousse as dessert.
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