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Found this while searching for a recipe someone lost. It is from the Food & Home magazine. Since trifle is so popular as a Christmas dish, thought you would enjoy the variation. (PS you can search through all the recipes on their site)

http://www.foodandhome.co.za/index.php?p[iGcms_nodes][iGcms_nodesUID]=2eefe0610b10d36b0846d47d1d40af12

BLACK FOREST TRIFLE

The retro version takes a back seat with a decadent new take on an old favourite.

Serves 4

A LITTLE EFFORT

1 hour

BLACK CHERRY COMPOTE

250g black cherries, plus a little juice

1 vanilla pod, seeds scraped out

100g light brown sugar

80ml kirsch

COCOA SPONGE

6 eggs

150g sugar

40ml milk

50g butter

10ml cocoa powder

120g cake flour

2ml baking powder

KIRSCH CREAM

60g white chocolate

300ml fresh cream

30ml kirsch

CREAM

130g 65% dark chocolate

200ml fresh cream

1 For the compote, place the cherries, juice and vanilla pod in a frying pan

and gently heat.

2 Slowly add the sugar, allowing it to melt and to coat the cherries. Add the kirsch and remove from the heat. Allow the mixture to cool. Preheat the oven to 180°C.

3 For the cocoa sponge, whisk the eggs and sugar until light, fluffy and triple the original volume.

4 Heat the milk and butter and add the cocoa powder.

5 Sieve the flour and baking powder. Once the milk is heated, alternate folding in the flour and milk mixture to the egg mixture.

6 Spread the mixture onto a 2cm deep greased and lined baking tray, and bake until firm and spongy, about 10 minutes. Allow to cool before turning out and cutting into cubes.

7 To make the kirsch cream, melt the chocolate in a double boiler, stirring occasionally.

8 Whip the cream to soft runny peaks, adding the kirsch. Add a little cream to the chocolate to temper (mixing the mixture until smooth). Add the rest of the cream to the mixture – do not overmix as this will result in a grainy texture.

9 For the cream, melt the chocolate over a double boiler. Whip the cream to soft runny peaks. Mix a little fresh cream into the chocolate and then fold in the rest. Don’t over-mix as this will result in a grainy texture.

10 To assemble, place the cherry compote at the bottom of 4 glasses, then spoon in the cream, adding the cut pieces of cocoa sponge – it’s advised to use the juice from

the cherry compote for soaking the sponge. Add more cherries and finish off with the kirsch cream. Chocolate shavings can be placed on top. To garnish, dust with cocoa or icing sugar.

2008-06-23

Edited by polly
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