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rijo42Coffee
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Joined: 3 Dec 2012
Posts: 63
Location: Bolton
Expertise: Professional

Posted Mon Aug 26, 2013, 2:07pm
Subject: Cafe au Lait Parfait
 

A rich and creamy indulgent dessert enhanced with undertones of aromatic espresso. A great recipe for dinner parties, simple to make, impressive and delicious.

Ingredients makes 12
320ml espresso coffee
tsp vanilla extract
320ml condensed milk
475ml double cream
75g macadamia nuts chopped
Ground cinnamon to garnish
Coffee beans to garnish


Method
  1. Blend the espresso, condensed milk and vanilla extract until well combined
  2. Whip the cream to soft peaks and fold into the coffee mixture
  3. Sprinkle some of the chopped macadamia nuts on top
  4. Pour the mixture into ramekin dishes and sprinkle with the remaining macadamia nuts and ground cinnamon
  5. Add two coffee beans to each dish to garnish
  6. Place the ramekins in the freezer until the dessert is firm
  7.     To serve, remove desserts from freezer, place on serving plates and dust with cocoa powder

For more great recipes using coffee please visit www.rijo42.co.uk/blog
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GoodTwin
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GoodTwin
Joined: 5 Nov 2013
Posts: 5
Location: Germany
Expertise: I love coffee

Posted Wed Nov 6, 2013, 2:28am
Subject: Re: Cafe au Lait Parfait
 

Sounds great! I like the ratio 60 percent coffee, 35 percent milk and 5 percent foam, what would be the ratio of your recipe?
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mark2014
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Joined: 20 Apr 2014
Posts: 11
Location: united states
Expertise: Just starting

Posted Fri May 9, 2014, 9:39am
Subject: Re: Cafe au Lait Parfait
 

Is this a french speciality or I missed smthg?
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