Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Strawberry Mousse & Blogs First Anniversary!

This is the most exciting moment to share with you all. Its been exactly a year since i started this blog, the day i posted my First post! Its my "Blog Anniversay". Wow, time has just flew! This one whole year has been such a wonderful year for me, got space for myself (Thanks to "Blogger") where i could share all my kitchen experiences, had a chance to join "The Daring Bakers" and learned so much from them ALL ABOUT BAKING, got to meet other friend food bloggers, made wonderful friends! I had never spent so much time for myself as much as i did for this blog. Changing the look, the templates, editing posts, adding new widgets.. Finally after one whole year of repair, i've settled with the present look! Guess many more changes to come in the coming years..
As such i've no cakes or candles to celebrate this day, but i've made this wonderful dessert to sweeten all your tastebuds. Thanks to my readers for being with me and for all your support. Love you all!
And now for the dessert i was talking about.. "Strawberry Mousse". This is a very simple yet delicious dessert. Egg less but no less flavorful and rich. Its made out of just few ingredients and the result is outstanding. Gelatin provides the base structure to hold the mousse; whipped cream provides the airiness. Its got the grainy and sandy texture and feel and i promise, it'll just melt in your mouth. This dessert will definitely tickle your taste buds!! Its Yummy!



This post is my contribution to Strawberry Feast, an event hosted by happy cook of My Kitchen Treasures.

Serves 4
Source: Diana's Desserts.

Ingredients:
1 small container (approximately 8 ounces/250 grams) fresh strawberries, rinsed and hulled and cut into halves
1/2 cup granulated sugar + more according to your taste
1 tablespoon water
2 teaspoon unflavored powdered gelatin
1 cups heavy cream, whipped

Garnish (optional):
Extra whole strawberries
Whipped cream or non-dairy whipped topping
Mint sprigs

Instructions:

Place the strawberries in a medium saucepan, add the sugar and water and cook over medium–low heat. Stir gently until the sugar has dissolved. Simmer for 10 minutes or until the strawberries are soft and the liquid syrupy. Process the strawberry mixture and gelatin in a food processor until smooth. Set aside to cool.

Fold through the cream. Pour into 4 (1/2 cup) serving glasses or cups and refrigerate for 30 minutes or until set.

Garnish each serving with a dollop of whipped cream or non-dairy whipped topping, a strawberry and a mint sprig, if desired.

Enjoy and have a great day!

Other Mousse Recipes; 3 layered Chocolate Mousse

13 comments:

Priya said...

Congrats Ramya for ur 1st blog anniversary...Strawberry mousse looks really divine and delicious!

Prathibha said...

Congrats on ur 1st blog anniversary..
OMG that mousse looks really tempting...

Kitchen Flavours said...

Congratulations....wish TCC many more yum years to come...keep rocking...coming to the recipe...mousse looks delectable...perfect way to celebrate the occasion

Happy cook said...

Congragulation to your wonderful blog.
Wishing you many more happy blogging years together.
Mousse looks so airy and delcious.
Thankyou for sending this to my event.

rekhas kitchen said...

congrats on your 1st anniversery wish you many more years like this and perfect entry looks so delicious yummmmy.

Muneeba said...

Happy Anniversary on the blog ... I'm glad I discovered it a couple of months ago ... it's been one delicious post after another! And this strawberry mousse is yet another example of simply divine desserts :)

The Cooking Photographer said...

A great recipe to celebrate with! Happy blogaversary!

Laura

Parita said...

Congratulations on your fist blog anniversary...strawberry mousse looks creamy and rich!!!

Emily said...

Congrats! Here's to many years of blogging still to come. Cheers!

I've never had strawberry mousse before. Looks delicious!

Jo said...

Congratulations on your 1st blog anniversary. I just celebrated mine in late April too and know exactly what you mean by "time flies". I was also thinking about strawberry mousse over the weekend but ended up making chocolate instead.

Kevin said...

That strawberry mousse looks nice and light and fluffy and good! What a great way to enjoy the strawberries!

Madhuram said...

Belated blog birthday wishes Ramya. I always admire your baking skills. Would love to see more of it in the years to come.

This strawberry mousse looks perfect. I have to see if this will work with agar.

Ramya Kiran said...

Thank you all guys for your lovely wishes. Thanks a lot for stopping by.. Its definitely been a wonderful year having this blog!

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