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Friday, April 15, 2011

Bird's Milk Candy

Delicious, gentle, airy soufflé in dark chocolate.
This recipe is featured on RecipeNewZ

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Source Improvised

5 (out of 5)

Difficulty 4 (out of 5)


- 3 egg whites (45 cal)
- 50 g sugar (195 cal)
- 75 g butter at room temperature (540 cal)
- 100 g sweetened condensed milk (415 cal)
- 1 tsp vanilla essence (5 cal)
- 1 tsp lemon essence (5 cal)
- 10 g gelatin
- pinch of salt
- 100 g dark chocolate (605 cal)
Total 1810 cal, 18 servings, 100 cal / serving

1. In a microwave-safe bowl sprinkle the gelatin over 2 tbsp cold water and let sit for 30 minutes.
2. Beat egg whites with a pinch of salt until soft peaks. Slowly add sugar and continue whisking until firm peaks form.
3. In a separate bowl beat the butter with the condensed milk, the vanilla and the lemon essences until uniform and creamy.
4. Microwave gelatin for 15 seconds or until all the gelatin dissolves. Pour the gelatin into the butter mixture. Stir until combined.
5. Using a rubber spatula gently fold the butter mixture into the egg whites until uniform.
6. Pour the soufflé into a parchment lined 5’’ x 7’’sheet and refrigerate for several hours or overnight until sets. Flip the set soufflé onto a cutting board, cut into small rectangular shapes.
7. Temper the chocolate (see detailed instructions on tempering here), dip the soufflé rectangles in the chocolate and place on a silicon lined baking sheet to set. Refrigerate.

- Tastes really great! I had several other much less successful attempts before, but this time I think it’s a winner.
- Don’t skip the essences – if you don’t have the lemon one, add finely grated lemon zest. 

- And this recipe is going to be featured on YBR (Your Best Recipe) by Spicie Foodie, one of my favorite food blogs! Yey!


Jocie's Mom said...

Ohmigoodness. These looks outstanding. I'm imagining a york lemony patty. Well done :)

Sonia @ Food Obsessed said...

YUUUUM! Those look good! I just want to sink my teeth in, like NOW! Must... look... away...

The Chocolate Priestess said...

I think that combination of flavors with the dark chocolate would be very cooling in your mouth. Is that correct?

Camber Wilson said...

These looks super yummy! I will have to try them :)

Magic of Spice said...

Oh wow, these are fantastic!

Anonymous said...

Well done, beautiful photo and recipe sound very interesting.
Thanks for sharing:)

denise @ bread expectations said...

Oh my!These are beautiful! A chocolate lover's dream...

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake said...

You are no rookie!!! These look fabulous!

megi said...

Wow these look really yummy! The combination of lemon and vanilla sounds fantastic!

Britne @ Shabbott's Habits said...

Wow! I love these - I've never seen them before. Thanks for sharing :)

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake said...

I hope you join French Fridays with are not obligated to cook every week, so it's low pressure. Once you get Dorie's book Around my French Table, you'll be ready to go!

Gourmantine said...

Oh I love these, so light, soft and addictive! I really enjoy reading your lovely blog and have passed you a couple of awards :)

Nancy said...

Thanks for participating in April's YBR :) Your candy looks so good. I am a chocoholic and would love several of them.