Last week, we shared a recipe for a
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One day she whips up a beef bourguignon with a raspberry Bavarian cream for dessert. While we’ll be sharing a recipe for that bourguignon soon, today we’re focusing on that brief appearance of raspberry cream.
Serve this as a dessert after a light meal.
Raspberry Bavarian Cream Recipe
A smooth, creamy raspberry dessert.
Sprinkle the raspberry syrup with the gelatin.
Set aside a cup of the raspberries.
Whip the cream until it doubles.
Whip the egg whites and add a tablespoon of the sugar.
Whip until the whites form firm peaks.
For the custard
Beat the egg yolks and add the remaining sugar.
Beat for 2 minutes until the mixture forms a ribbon
Whisk in the corn-starch.
Bring the milk to boil and stir in the egg yolk mixture, beating it as you pour.
Stir with a wooden spoon until the mixture reaches 170 degrees.
Add the raspberry gelatin mixture and beat.
Place the mixture into a bowl and stir in the egg whites.
Set over ice and stir with a spatula
As the mixture cools add the whipped cream and raspberry puree.
Pour the mixture into dessert bowls and chill.
When removing the dessert from the bow, dip into hot water for a second and turn over a plate.