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Chocolate Kahlua Pave


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Ingredients

10 slice(s)

Chocolate Kahlua Pave

  • 125 g sugar
  • 75 g cold water
  • 300 g good quality dark chocolate
  • 250 g pure cream
  • 5 egg yolks
  • 2 eggs
  • 30 g kahlua, or your liquer of choice
  • 1 chocolate Genoise sponge cake
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Recipe's preparation

    Chocolate Kahlua Pave
  1. Place chocolate into mixing bowl and grate for 10 sec/speed 8. Set aside.

  2. Insert Butterfly. Place cream into mixing bowl and beat for 15 - 30 sec/speed 4 until soft peaks form.

    Make sure you don't overbeat at this stage or the cream will split when folded through chocolate mix later. Set aside.

  3. Place sugar and water into heavy-base saucepan and slowly bring to a boil. Meanwhile, with Butterfly still inserted, add eggs and yolks into mixing bowl and beat 3 min/50 C/speed 4. Turn speed down to speed 2 and slowly pour boiling sugar syrup into the bowl in a thin stream.

  4. Add grated chocolate and mix 10 sec/speed 2 or until mixture is smooth and glossy.

  5. Add softly whipped cream and Kahlua and mix for 10 sec/speed 2 or until well combined but over-whipped.

  6. Line a flat, deep-sided tray with baking paper and cover base with thin layer of chocolate Genoise sponge cake. Top with chocolate Kahlua mix then another layer of sponge. Allow to set in fridge completely before slicing with a hot knife and serving with fresh fruit and Berry Coulis (see Everyday cookbook).

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  • OMG this looks incredible!

    Submitted by lisha on 22. October 2014 - 19:39.

    OMG this looks incredible! Hoping to use this for a speech I have to do at work, you know bribing with something yummy tmrc_emoticons.;) (FULL Credit will be given to you tho!)

    What did you do to the strawberries? are they covered in the coulis too?

    Lisha

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  • Hi Megan, Sorry for the late

    Submitted by Fiona Hoskin on 25. May 2011 - 10:27.

    Hi Megan,

     

    Sorry for the late reply - i've been having an overseas holiday and not been home long! tmrc_emoticons.8) I make my own Chocolate Genoise by just adding 2 tbs of Dutch cocoa powder to the ordinary old recipe. You could do it with a plain one and have lovely strips of pale yellow colour though!

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  • Hi Fiona,Your recipe looks

    Submitted by MeganG on 17. March 2011 - 14:10.

    Hi Fiona,

    Your recipe looks great. I would love to try making it but I have no idea where I can find a Chocolate Genoise Sponge. Could you help with this???

    Thanks

    Megan

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  • OMG it looks divine Fiona. I

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 21. January 2011 - 17:28.

    OMG it looks divine Fiona. I am definitely going to share a link to that one with my customers.

    Rebecca H, Perth


    Spice is the variety of life

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  • This looks so beautiful

    Submitted by guest on 14. January 2011 - 01:25.

    This looks so beautiful Fiona…glad to see you (and your recipes) on here…cant wait for more! tmrc_emoticons.)

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