Where have I heard this unfamiliar word aristocratic? Where, where?? Blanc-man-geeee... So melodious and relaxing... Who would have thought that this is just... white dish. It is translated from French is the word. Blanc-manger.
|Cooking time 15 minutes||Number of servings 4|
Preparation of this dessert will take you a few minutes (not counting freezing time). Start by brewing the organic coffee. This can be done in the Turk or how I - the machine. You will need 100 ml of ready coffee.
For preparation, you can take any kind of sugar from the Mistral. I think most here are looking brown small. It is well and quickly soluble, and its caramel flavor is very compatible with the taste of coffee.
In a saucepan, pour milk, freshly brewed coffee, poured sugar. If you brewed coffee in Turku, it should be filtered off without grains.
Heat the mixture to a boil on the stove.
Add to the mixture the cream and again bring to a boil.
In 100 ml of water to soak gelatin. I have instant, it is immediately ready to use. If you have a different type of gelatin, soak in advance according to the instructions on the package.
Add gelatin to hot mixture. Stir to completely dissolve the gelatin, I used a whisk, beat nothing. If gelatin is poorly soluble, heat again, but do not boil.
Blancmange can be poured into glasses, or pour kremenica in convenient forms (molds).
I filled in the form.
Allow to cool and put in refrigerator until fully cured.
I have it took 3 hours.