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Chocolate, Earl Grey + Lavender Mousse

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Ingredients

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1/2 cup milk, boiling
3 earl grey tea bags
250g dark chocolate
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp lavender extract
250ml cream
pinch of salt
Garnish:
sea salt and lavender buds

Chocolate, Earl Grey + Lavender Mousse

  • 10 hours
  • Serves 12
  • Medium

Ingredients

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LAB X KITCHEN THERAPY X THE KITCHEN TRAIL

There’s chocolate, lovely bergamot earl grey tea and soothing lavender. Immerse them together into a lovely rich mousse and you’ve got yourself a real winner.

Eggless mousse of any sort is daunting for many, including myself. Doesn’t matter how many times I’ve got it right and the recipe is sure shot, a part of me is terrified until the moment of serving. But when you’re teamed with the fancy baker Riddhi, a boost of confidence overpowers it all and I said yes, let’s do it.

This is a super fancy version, with milk steeped in lovely Earl Grey tea (overnight), whisked with dark chocolate and lavender notes and sprinkled with some sea salt… a few bites won’t be enough.

As a part of the first Afternoon Tea menu at LAB, this mini cup of heaven received rave reviews – which is the most rewarding feeling in the world!

Psst.. have you been in for the new menu? Reserve your table now!

Photography & Styling: The Kitchen Trail

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Steps

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Steep the tea in warm milk and leave it overnight to make it strong
Strain tea and add this mixture with vanilla into chocolate
Stir to melt the chocolate
Gently warm the cream (make sure not to boiling point)
Remove from heat and pour into chocolate mixture
Stir to ensure all chocolate melted through and smooth
Add pinch of salt
Pipe into cups
Set in refrigerator for at least 2 hours
Before serving, sprinkle a little bit of sea salt and lavender buds

Kamini Patel

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