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Melon and mint mousse
Melon and mint mousse
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A homemade refreshing dessert with melon and mint. For the best flavor, it is best to use a ripe melon. As a finish, top it with some mint leaves, melon balls and some melon juice. The mousse needs to rest in the fridge for 2-3 hours, so it is best to do it long in advance before serving time.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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1 Cantaloupe melon
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3 tablespoons Icing sugar
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100 ml Heavy cream
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2 Gelatin sheets
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16 Mint leaves
Instructions:
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Place the gelatin sheets in water so they become soft.
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Take away the seeds from the melon. Scoop a few balls of melon to keep as decorations.
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Cut the rest of the melon in small bites and mix in a blender to a mousse. Drain away the juice in a bowl.
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Whip the cream together with the icing sugar and mix gently together with the melon mixture.
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Heat up some of the melon juice together with the gelatin sheets on low heat and mix well. Add to the mousse and mix well.
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Pour the mousse in serving bowls and place in the fridge for 2-3 hours.
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Before serving decorate with the melon balls, the rest of the juice and mint leaves.
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