1 sachet of powdered gelatine
115g Bath Blue Cheese
1 small carton of plain yoghurt
150ml whipped cream
4 sprigs of watercress
How to make it
This light and airy Bath Blue Cheese Mousse is a perfect starter when you want to impress. Bath Blue is perfect for this recipe as it has a beautifully smooth and creamy texture.
1. Dissolve the gelatine in 2 tbsps of water.
2. Puree the Bath Blue together with the yoghurt and the yolks from the eggs.
3. Stir in the dissolved gelatine.
4. Beat the egg whites and fold into the mixture together with the whipped cream.
5. Put into four oiled moulds and chill.
6. Turn out and garnish with with the watercress.
Bath Blue Cheese Mousse Recipe courtesy of ‘Grown in Britain Cookbook’ published by Dorling Kindersley. Visit the DK site to buy the book
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