Chocolate Mousse is one of the simplest desserts based on chocolate. In general, foreign supermarkets sell frozen yogurt at the counter, and there are also ready-made chocolate mousse. In the chocolate mousse, I added a sweet pear with syrup, which adds a bit of refreshment. If you don't have time to make your own pears, you can also use the canned sweet pears sold outside, or not at all.
Prepare the syrup pear first. Pears are washed and peeled, and some lemon juice is applied to prevent the oxidation of the pears.
Put the water and sugar together in a small pot, boil over medium heat, put the pears vertically, cover the lid, and simmer for 20 minutes on low heat, during which time the pears will not turn over. Remove the pears and cool them after 20 minutes.
Separate the egg white protein. Put dark chocolate and liquid cream in a small pot, heat over low heat until the chocolate is completely melted and whipped evenly
The protein is beaten to hard foaming with an egg beater. Add the chocolate yolks one by one, add whipped evenly each time, then mix the protein lightly into the chocolate egg yolk solution and mix gently.
Cut the cool pears into thin strips, spread them evenly into four containers, pour in chocolate mousse, and put them in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours. Take it out of the refrigerator before eating.
Because there are raw egg yolks in Klims, for health reasons, mousse should be eaten within 24 hours.