Recipe: Sour Cherry Greek Yogurt Mousse | KCET
Recipe: Sour Cherry Greek Yogurt Mousse
This recipe was originally published on dianekochilas.com.
Sour Cherry Greek Yogurt Mousse
- 1 envelope (1 tablespoon) unflavored gelatin
- 2 cups Greek sour cherry spoon sweet
- 1/3 cup sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 cup plain yogurt1 cup well-chilled heavy cream
In a small saucepan sprinkle the gelatin over 1/4 cup cold water, let it soften for 1 minute, and heat the mixture over low heat, stirring, until the gelatin is dissolved.
In a blender blend together the sour cherry purée, the sugar, and the vanilla, add the gelatin mixture, and blend the mixture well. Transfer the mixture to a bowl and stir in the yogurt.
In a chilled bowl beat the cream until it holds stiff peaks, fold it into the cherry mixture gently but thoroughly, and divide the mousse among 4 dessert glasses. Chill the mousses for at least 4 hours or overnight. Garnish the mousses with the sour cherry spoon sweet, drained.
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