It’s time for a new recipe !
Lately in France, the weather has been really bad (rain and grey sky for months) … So, I decided to share this delicious homemade recipe to at least, make our stomachs happy.
To make this gorgeous chocolate profiteroles (heaven!), you will have to proceed with four steps : the choux pastry, the chocolate mousse, the making of the profiteroles, and the chocolate frosting.
But don’t panic, this recipe is really easy to made, even if you’re a beginner. All you have to do, is follow the detailed instructions down below.
Your loved ones will be amazed by your delicious recipe ! ?
Bon appétit !
- 0,25 l of water
- 100 g of butter
- 125 g of flour
- 4 eggs
- 1 pinch of salt
- 1 tablespoonof caster sugar
- 180 g of chocolate
- 4 eggs
- 75 g of butter
- 90 g of caster sugar
- 100 g of chocolate
- 1 teaspoon of sunflower oil
- In a pan, boil water with butter, salt and sugar
- When the mixture is heated, remove the pan from the boiler and add all the flour.
- Mix well. The dough needs to be dry. If its still stick, heat up the pan one more time until the dough dries).
- Then add one by one the four eggs, mixing well each time.
- Using a spoon, form mounds of the mixture onto a prepared baking sheet.
- Bake at 180 ° for 30 minutes.
- In a pan, melt the chocolate and the butter together. Mix well.
- In a large bowl, add the sugar.
- Pour the mixture (chocolate + melted butter) in the large bowl. Blend everything together.
- Let it cool.
- Incorporate the egg yolks one by one. Mix well everytime you had a new egg.
- Keep the egg whites in another bowl.
- Whisk egg whites until firm. Incorporate them to the chocolate mixture.
- Your chocolate mousse is ready. Keep it in the refrigirator.
- When the dough/choux are cold, fill them with the chocolate mousse using a spoon.
- In a pan, melt the chocolate and the sunflower oil together. Mix well.
- Dip the top of the big puff/choux in the chocolate frosting.
- Dip the top and the bottom of the little puff/choux in the chocolate frosting, and put it on top of the big puff/choux.
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Made by François / Photo by Céline Lunakim