Fresh Lime Mousse

Gelatin is an odorless, colorless, tasteless thickener derived from collagen, a protein extracted from the bones, cartilage and tendons of animals. Two forms are available: powdered gelatin, popular with American cooks, and sheet or leaf gelatin, which is commonly used in Europe. Do not confuse powdered gelatin with the sweetened, fruit-flavored gelatin desserts sold in boxes. Both powdered and leaf gelatin must be rehydrated, or allowed to "bloom," in cool water and then melted before they can be added to a recipe.
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miranane
Hollywood, FL
December 1, 2010
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Delicious but filling
December 1, 2010
I prepared the recipe exactly as written and it was pretty straightforward, everything came out the way it was supposed to be. It tasted sinfully delicious, my friends were impressed. Having said that, no one could finish even 1/2 their serving, it is far too big and rich. I would recommend dividing it to make 8 servings, but good luck finding a proper vessel for serving since it has to be of cylindrical shape to accommodate the parchment paper, maybe a shot glass?