Sophie Grigson's Sloppy Strawberry and Raspberry Mousse
This is a gelatine-free mousse (that’s why it is sloppy), a quick confection of a thing that has become very popular around our house this summer. I like it made with a blend of strawberries and raspberries, but you could just as well use blueberries, tayberries, loganberries and so on. Eat as soon as it is made to get it at its most moussey. If you have to leave it to stand for a while (in the fridge, up to 24 hours), then fold the separated mousse that has floated to the top back into the body of the mixture before spooning into bowls.
Since it contains raw egg white, the usual warning must be trotted out: although the risk of salmonella poisoning is infinitesimally small, it’s sensible not to serve this to the very young or very old, or to invalids or pregnant women.
Contains Eggs, Dairy.
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