Dry it out.Bake it.Give it an egg wash.Nothing. It's good how it is.
You bake it.
The raw eggs in cookie dough make it dangerous to consume before baking. (Not that it stops anyone.)
Dulce de lecheFlanMousseFudge
Dulce de leche
Yep! It's that easy. Just slowly heat up the contents of a can of sweetened condensed milk, and wait for the magic to happen. Read some more detailed instructions here.
It's raspberry coulis mixed into the cake mix.It's actually from cow blood, which is common in unpasteurized milk–a common ingredient in cake.Vinegar or other acidic ingredients reacting with baking soda and the anthocyanin in cocoa.Tons and tons of red food coloring.
It's a chemical reaction between acid and anthocyanin.
That's for traditional red velvet cake mix. These days, it's most likely caused by red food coloring.
Organic condensed milkEggsPowdered milkFresh heavy cream
Fresh heavy cream.
It's right in the name. You need cream for whipped cream.
Chocolate bon bonsMolten chocolate cakeChocolate trufflesChocolate soufflé
Chocolate fondant is more commonly called molten chocolate cake in the US.
It's a flourless chocolate cake that's called chocolate fondant, molten chocolate cake, or chocolate moelleux... depending on where you're eating it.
Traditional mousse recipes call for eggs, but other types of mousse may or may not include them.
Rice, milk, sugar, and cinnamon.Rice, milk, cornstarch, and cinnamon.Rice, milk, cinnamon, and flour.Rice, flour, cinnamon, and cornstarch.
You need rice, milk, sugar, and cinnamon.
That's the most basic and traditional recipe. Cornstarch and flour are not commonly included, but you can include them if you want. (It may not taste great though.)
You pan fry it.You cook it with a handheld torch.You bake it.You only need to chill it.
You bake it in an oven.
And then you chill it, generally.
Sweetened condensed milk, cassava flour, white chocolate, and eggs.Heavy cream, eggs, yeast, semi-sweet chocolate, and wheat flour.Milk, eggs, yeast, chocolate, and flour.Milk, eggs, yeast, chocolate, and cornstarch.
Milk, eggs, yeast, chocolate, and flour.
Most of the ingredients above can be used for cake, or toppings, but not in the simplest recipes.
A great dessert doesn't need added sugar. Consider a fruit tart, for instance. There are a million ways to make great desserts.
This post was translated from Portuguese.