Bittersweet Chocolate Mousse à l'Orange

  • wholegrain Posted: 01/07/09
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    I love it, made it twice, with and without the orange zest. It was gritty with the orange zest but smooth without. I changed the brand of tofu too, but they were very similar so I don't think this affected the grittiness. Triple sec works too! Really draining the tofu well (put it in a fine strainer) also made the second batch thicken better.

  • ameclark01 Posted: 08/11/09
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    This is Very good, but also Very rich. was smooth before I put it in the fridge, and when I pulled it out the mousse had become a bit lumpy. So, MORAL OF THE STORY: dont refridgerate it? hahah it was so smooth before I refridgerated it, so I suggest to just let it stand for the suggested hour in room temperature. Otherwise a great recipe, I used some kind of organic brand of silken tofu, bittersweet ghiradelli chocolate, and hersheys unsweetened cocoa. Enjoy!

  • tallenmorgan Posted: 09/15/12
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    This really is delicious. I had no problems with lumps after chilling. Fantastic with raspberries.

  • Tharavn66 Posted: 03/17/12
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    This is the simplest, yet amazing recipe for chocolate mousse. I don't usually bother with the orange. I am however thinking that fresh raspberries will be awesome. But there is no need to gild this lily.

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