For 1 log - about 8 portions
For a log mould 30 cm ref 3206.30 + mini log mould ref 3206.04
Almond genoise (for 1 sheet of 40x30cm) (1 base 7x29.5cm) :
Whisk the eggs and sugar in a double boiler until the mixture is frothy. Do not exceed 50°C
Add the sifted flour. Then add the almonds gently.
Spread on a 40x30 sheet.
Bake for 8 minutes at 175°C.
Cut a base of 7x29.5cm.
Crisp (138 g per log) :
Melt the white chocolate and add the vanilla.
Then add the praline and mix.
Mix all the ingredients together.
Spread over the base.
Mango-passion fruit filling :
Cook all the ingredients for 2 min.
Add the gelatin with the lime zest at the end.
Pour into a mini log mould and freeze the filling.
Vanilla mousse (590 g per mould) :
Heat the milk, vanilla, egg yolks and sugar.
Cook everything at 85°C.
Add the melted gelatin and pour it all into the chocolate.
Add the whipped cream when it reaches 23°C.
Exotic glaze :
To be prepared the day before.
Heat the pulps to 40°C, add the pectin-sugar mixture.
Bring to the boil.
Add the previously hydrated gelatin, then the mirror glaze..
The next day, heat to 30°C and mix.
Glaze the log.
Assembly and finishing :
Place an acetate sheet in the bottom of the mould.
Pour in the vanilla mousse and immerse the exotic filling..
Seal with the base/crisp.
Freeze for at least 6 hours.
Unmould and glaze with the exotic glaze.
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