Lime Mousse

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Lime Mousse



    1. Crumble one cookie in each glass/bowl and set aside.
    2. Whip heavy cream in a cold bowl to a very soft peak which is still pourable. (Do not whip to stiff peaks.) Set aside.
    3. In a non-reactive saucepan bring lime juice to a full boil. Remove from heat and set aside.
    4. Meanwhile combine gelatin with water. After 2-3 minutes add to above and whisk until well combined. Set aside.
    5. Select a saucepan and bowl which fit well together and where the bowl does not hang over the saucepan. Fill saucepan with one inch of water and bring to boil, turn to a low simmer.  In this bowl whisk together egg whites and sugar. Place bowl over simmering water and whisk constantly until mixture reaches 165°F. Remove from heat. (At this temperature egg whites are food safe.)
    6. Using a hand whisk or machine whisk until a thick meringue is obtained and is still lukewarm. Pour lime-gelatin mixture into meringue and fold delicately.
    7. When completely combined fold in whipping cream. Do not over fold as this makes the mixture curdle.
    8. Spoon over crumbled cookies and place in a refrigerator.
    9. To make chocolate curls place chocolate in a microwave for just a second or two. Chocolate needs to be still firm, but it cannot be too cold.
    10. Using a vegetable peeler scrape chocolate bar on the side to obtain curls. If the curls break to easily place the bar back in the microwave for a second or two more.
    11. Sprinkle mousse with lime zest and decorate with chocolate curls.
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    QUICK TIP: To shorten preparation time, any type of store-bought crumbly cookie can be used in the place of our Zesty Lemon Cookies.

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