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Black Sapote Chocolate Mousse (Read 93 times)
 
Nov 12th, 2018 at 6:09pm

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This recipe is a bit of a ring in as it doesn’t need cooking and is nothing to do with camp ovens.

Maggie and I called in to Rory’s place at Lismore the other day and he said, “Come and have a look at this tree”.

When he pointed out all the huge Black Sapote fruit hanging off it I was fascinated as I had never seen fruit like this other than on TV.

They look like a huge persimmon and some prefer to call them Chocolate Pudding Fruit

He then proceeded to tell me that he had this tree for years and had never eaten them and wanted me to make something for dinner with them.

The ripe one in the photo Maggie is holding is a dark olive colour and very soft.

He had a couple of recipes picked out and I chose Black Sapote Chocolate Mousse and here it is.

Ingredients
200 grams Black Sapote Fruit
1/2 teaspoon vanilla paste
1/2 cup coconut cream
2 tablespoons maple syrup
1 tablespoons raw cacao powder

Method
First off scoop out the flesh of the Sapote making sure you remove all of the seeds.

Combine all of the ingredients together with the Sapote and put it all into a blender and whizz it until it is smooth and like thick cream. Put into the fridge to cool down and further thicken for a couple of hours.

Serve as it is just as a beautiful mousse however it would go well with ice cream, yoghurt or even dollop cream.

We had it plain and I was totally smashed with the taste as was Rory and Maggie.

I have five big green ones in the motorhome fridge to ripen when we get home to have a further play with this amazing fruit.
 

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Reply #1 - Nov 13th, 2018 at 6:30pm

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Very interesting; I have never seen them before.
 
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