13 October 2016

Cointreau Bavarois dessert with orange sauce (jalea de cointreau con salsa de naranja)


Love this dessert.
Really bavarois is the french term for Bavarian cream whisch is gelatin dessert, like to a mousse in texture.
Simply delicious !!


Source :

 Revista Paula Chile.
December 1993
Cooking editor  : Rosario Valdes












Ingredients


1 1/2 tablespoon unflavored powdered gelatin
1/2 cup of sugar (100 grams)
3 eggs, separated
 1  1/4 cups milk
3 tablespoons Cointreau or orange juice


Orange sauce

1/2 cup of sugar (100 grams)
300 ml orange juice
2 teaspoons cornstarch


Method


In a small bowl, sprinkle the gelatin and dissolve in 1/3 cup of cold water bath .

In another bowl beat the egg yolks with the sugar until the mixture is pale and frothy.

Add milk and cook over low heat until it thickens .. Remove from heat and add the gelatin, and liqueur or orange juice.
Chill until slightly thickened.
In a bowl beat the egg whites until stiff but not dry.
Add in surrounding form to the prepared mixture and pour into 6 individual molds or in a large pan.
Refrigerate until set.



Orange sauce

In a pan put the sugar and orange juice with cornstarch, cook over low heat until thickened and sugar dissolves.
Bring to a boil and remove from heat.
Allow to cool before serving with orange Bavarois.













Spring roses





Roses everywhere





Here the spring is just begin






En español

Flan de cointreau
con salsa de naranja



















81 comments:

  1. Fresca e profumata! Deliziosa :)
    Un bacio

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  2. Looks delicious! Happy spring to you Gloria.

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  3. What a nice dessert Gloria...I have never had anything like this...beautiful too!
    Awesome picture of the roses...hope you are having a nice week :)

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  4. che delizie e che splendide rose, un abbraccio !

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  5. Gloria, We've never had a Cointreau Bavarois/Bavarian Cream dessert. It looks very appealing! Our leaves are turning color and falling and your roses are blooming...as the world turns... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  6. Lovely dessert! Looks yummy!
    And beautiful roses! Happy Spring!

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  7. Such a lovely, elegant dessert! Your flowers are beautiful!!!

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  8. Such a pretty dessert! I always have Contreau around! We are having a mild fall so still have some roses--not for long though. Thanks for sharing yours!

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  9. This looks insanely delicious, Gloria! And I love the bright yellow against the pretty blue plate. Beautiful.

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  10. Gloria, che belle rose e che buon dessert!
    Ti abbraccio

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    1. Grazie Manu, Ti abbraccio anche a te. baci!

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  11. Such a beautiful and tasty dessert!

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  12. I need to try this! It looks so delicious and pretty ♥

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  13. wow buonissimo!! che bontà! buon weekend, ciao Andrea

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    1. Grazie Andrea, buon weekend per te !

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    1. How are you David. Many times I dont see you, I thought you forgot me :)

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    2. Oh, hell no, I could never forget you. Haven't seen you on my blog in a while, either. :)

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    3. I will visit you David.
      After my dad passed Im with my mom at home for a time and Im caring her.
      So I dont have so much time but I will stopping by in yours soon :)

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    4. That's perfectly understandable.

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  15. I can't even say its name haha but sure looks like it dose the trick for a good spring dessert

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    1. ah Pat I know you always laughing me by the recipes name , :)

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  16. This looks so summery and delicious. A beautiful dessert and beautiful roses!!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  17. Deliciousness on a plate!
    I like your roses too.

    Have a lovely weekend

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks Jan, Have a lovely weekend too :)

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  18. Hi... looks so nice and light. Like a orangey panacotta. :)

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  19. This looks so delicious ....!!! Love this :)

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  20. So pretty, Gloria! This dessert sounds absolutely delicious and so perfect for entertaining. Even though we are headed into fall, it is citrus season and oranges will be plentiful through the winter. I also love Cointreau and and saving this to try! Thank you :) xoxo

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    1. Thanks Susan !
      We are begining spring but still we have a lot of oranges and clementines.
      I need more time to make other recipes :)

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  21. This dessert sounds wonderful. Your roses are beautiful!

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    1. Thanks so much Dawn, love roses :)
      Hope you had a wonderful day!

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  22. Wow... what a dessert! Those roses are so beautiful...

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  23. un délicieux dessert que j'aime beaucoup les roses sont magnifiques
    bonne soirée

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  24. Un dessert squisito e molto elegante.

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  25. Splendide rose e dessert delizioso!
    baci
    Alice

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  26. Quel joli dessert ! So elegant and certainly full of flavour ... I love Cointreau, anyway ! ;-)
    Have a nice day ...
    Hélène

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  27. Un dessert que j'aime beaucoup.
    De belles roses pour égayer sa journée. Magnifique.

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  28. I have never had Bavarian creme- but this whole dessert sounds so refreshing and deliciious. Beautiful pictures! Also- those roses are so pretty. :)
    ~Jess

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  29. Hi Gloria, your roses are beautiful and your dessert looks amazing, I bet it is delicious!

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  30. I didn't know this dessert! It looks yummy! And I love your presentation my dear.

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  31. Il tuo dessert è davvero delizioso!!! Un grande abbraccio, a presto!!!

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  32. Oh yum, what a lovely dessert! My husband loves anything orange, so I think he would love this. Beuatifil pics of roses:)

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    1. Thanks Natalia ! I love oranges too !!

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  33. These are so pretty, and the sauce looks delicious!

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  34. A beautiful dessert, Gloria!

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  35. what an elegant treat! this is truly lovely and undoubtedly delicious too!

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  36. Una delicia de postre!! y tus rosas son una preciosidad. Besos

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