Bruno Albouze Mochaccino
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Mochaccino Tart

Yields12 ServingsPrep Time1 hr 40 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time2 hrs 10 minsRating

Ingredients

Chocolate Crust
 180 g Butter, at room temp
 120 g Powdered sugar
 2 g Salt
 40 g Almond meal
 15 g Corn syrup
 240 g All purpose flour
 30 g Unsweetened cocoa powder
 55 g Eggs (1)
Egg Wash
 50 g Eggs (1)
 10 g Heavy cream
 5 g Cocoa powder
Flourless Chocolate Biscuit
 120 g Egg whites (4), at room temp
 95 g Sugar
 80 g Egg yolks (4)
 165 g Bittersweet chocolate, melted
 45 g Butter
Caramel Chocolatey Sauce
 225 g Heavy cream
 80 g Milk
 40 g Corn syrup
 85 g Sugar (For caramel)
 100 g Corn syrup (For caramel)
 4 g Fleur de sel, or Kosher
 60 g Butter
 85 g Bittersweet chocolate
 130 g Milk, chilled
Chocolate Coffee Crémeux
 130 g Espresso coffee*
 200 g Heavy cream
 50 g Sugar
 60 g Egg yolks (3)
 160 g Bittersweet chocolate
Coffee Marmalade
 250 g Water
 12 g Instant coffee
 60 g Sugar
 2 g Agar agar
 5 g Lemon zest
Vanilla Mascarpone Chantilly
 120 g White chocolate
 250 g Heavy cream, hot
 250 g Heavy cream, cold
 3 g Gelatin sheet
 5 g Vanilla
 100 g Mascarpone, or sour cream

Directions

About
1

When a classic Italian beverage turns into an incredible dessert. This recipe is inspired by @thefrenchpâtissier. An amazing combination of flavors and texture; chocolate, café, and caramel. This tart version is shaped in a brioche à tête mold which turns out to be a genius idea. For the brioche mold used in this recipe, look up at the 6.5''/ 16.5cm fluted-nonstick brioche molds on my Shop Page. Regular tart pans can also be used. This recipe makes 2 brioche molds / Yields 6 to 8 servings each.

Chocolate Crust
2

This chocolate crust recipe makes 3 brioche mold. In a food processor, cream butter with salt. Add sugar, almond meal, and corn syrup. Add the egg, and flour and cocoa powder. Wrap up and chill. Use one-third of the chilled pastry for each mold. Butter generously the outer surface of the mold, and chill. Flour work surface and pastry, work out dough to soften making it pliable. Work out more if it still tearing. Roll out into a 0.20''/5mm thick disk. Carefully pat the dough down following the pattern of the mold. Chill for about 30, and trim off excess dough. Lightly prick tart using a wooden skewer or a fork; freezer on the upside down position until ready to bake. Mix egg wash ingredients using an immersion blender; set aside.

Baking
3

Preheat oven to 350ºF/180ºC. Bake tart shell for 20 minutes on the upside down position. Remove from the oven, and egg wash the whole surface of the tart (Do not remove the mold yet). Bake for 5 minutes more (Upside down). Remove tart from the oven, and lift the bake fluted chocolate shell from the mold. Flip and egg wash the inside with extra care. Pop in the oven again on the up side down position. Turn the oven off and leave the tart in for 10 minutes more. Let cool.

Bruno Albouze Mokaccino Crust

Flourless Chocolate Biscuit
4

In your stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, start beating egg whites with a dash of cream of tartar, or lemon juice, and one-third of the sugar. Meanwhile, melt chocolate and butter together. Set oven temperature to 350ºF/180ºC. Increase speed, add remaining sugar then beat on high until stiff peaks form. Lower speed, and incorporate egg yolks. Fold in melted chocolate-butter with a spatula. Pipe out some 3.9''/10 cm disks (3 per tart). Bake at 350ºF/180ºC for about 22 minutes. Let cool and freeze until ready to use. Save leftovers for later use.

Bruno Albouze Flourless Chocolate Biscuit

Caramel Chocolatey Sauce
5

Heat up heavy cream along with corn syrup and milk. Meanwhile, make a brown caramel with the sugar, and corn syrup (85g + 100g). Turn the heat off, and carefully pour the simmering heavy cream mixture in the caramel, stirring constantly. Turn heat back on, and cook caramel mixture to 226ºF/108ºC. Transfer mixture to a clean container. Add salt and chocolate; mix using an immersion blender. Add butter, and mix. Then add remaining chilled milk gradually, and mix. The final texture should be like honey.

Bruno Albouze Chocolate Caramel

Chocolate Coffee Crémeux
6

*Espresso coffee can be subbed for water and instant coffee ≈12g. In a saucepan, heat up coffee with cream and sugar to 122ºF/50ºC, on medium heat. Add egg yolks and blend using an immersion blender. Cook coffee crème Anglaise to 185ºF/85ºC. Sieve over chocolate, and mix with your immersion blender. Set aside.

Bruno Albouze Chocolate Coffee Cremeux

Coffee Marmalade
7

Combine sugar with agar agar; set aside. Heat up water along with instant coffee, or use espresso instead. Whisk in sugar-agar mixture in hot coffee, bring to a boil and cook for a minute. Chill completely – With an immersion blender, smooth out coffee jelly. Add more espresso if too firm, then add a lemon zest; set aside.

Coffee Marmalade

Vanilla Mascarpone Chantilly
8

Soak gelatin in cold water to soften, drain and set aside. With an immersion blender, mix hot heavy cream with white chocolate and vanilla. Add gelatin and remaining chilled heavy cream, and mascarpone. Refrigerate mixture overnight. Whip to medium firm peaks. Fill up a couple of half sphere mold; freeze to harden. Chill remaining Chantilly until ready to use.

Mochaccino Chantilly

Montage
9

1) Chocolate coffee cremeux. 2) Chocolate biscuit. 3) Caramel chocolatey sauce. 4) Chocolate biscuit. 5) Chocolate coffee cremeux. 6) Coffee marmalade. 7) Chocolate biscuit. 8) Caramel chocolatey sauce. Top with Chantilly using a large plain pastry tip, and place a frozen half sphere in the center. Refrigerate Mochaccino tart for about an hour, or for up to 3 days. (It can be stored in the freezer for later use as well). Decorate with some cocoa nibs, and cocoa powder. Drizzle some more coffee marmalade if desired. Leave Mochaccino at room temperature for 30 minutes before serving. Buon Appetito!

Sliced Mochaccino

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