Don’t just reserve our extensive catalogue of hot beverage products for making drinks. They can also be used to enhance a wide variety of dishes and desserts too.
In this regular feature, we’ll be showing you some inventive ways to add unique flavours to your food offering, starting off with this delicious Moroccan mint amour chocolate dessert, which uses Moroccan mint tea and cocoa powder…
Moroccan mint amour
For the sponge
2.5g baking powder
60g Dilmah Moroccan mint tea leaves, grounded
Beat the butter and sugar till lightly fluffy.
Add in the egg.
Fold in the melted chocolate.
Fold in the dry ingredients.
Roll out 3cm and cut 5cm rounds and bake.
For the raspberry sorbet
50g lemon juice
For the chocolate mousse
220g whipped cream
10g Dilmah Moroccan mint tea leaves
Make a ganache with mint leaves, milk and chocolate.
Add in the melted chocolate.
Add in the whip cream, pipe in moulds.
For the raspberry ganache
Spread the chocolate on a baking paper.
Cut out 5cm rounds.
Melt the couverture chocolate.
Make the chocolate ganache by heating the raspberry puree with the trimoline add into the melted chocolate followed by the infused tea butter.
Make the chocolate mousse by adding semi whip cream into the melted chocolate. Temperature of the chocolate should be 35°C to 40°C.
Mix well to make a smooth chocolate mousse.
Make the chocolate sponge by sifting the flour, ground almond cocoa powder. Whip the eggs whites and sugar to a meringue.
Place the dry ingredients into the meringue.
Mix well and spread on the slip at and bake at 230°C for 8 minutes.
When cool cut out 5cm disc.
Pipe into muffin flexiplan moulds. Put the cut chocolate sponge on top of the mousse. Place in blast freezer.
Place on wire racks and cover with the chocolate glaze.
Place the ingredients into the ice cream maker and churn.
Pipe the chocolate raspberry ganache on the top of the chocolate mint cookie.
Garnish with fresh raspberries and a chocolate disc.