Tiki Stix are velvety-smooth meaty treats that will tantalize your cat’s taste buds as a food topper or anytime treat. Plus, they’re easy to digest and grain free for added convenience.
Tiki cat foods are made with premium meat and fish, providing your cat with essential protein for growth. Plus, they have low carbohydrates so they’re great for diabetic cats or those suffering from IBD (inflammatory bowel disease).
Chicken mousse is an irresistibly tasty and straightforward appetizer perfect for parties. Serve it on a plate, piped onto crostini or crackers, topped with fresh fruit, herbs or an irresistibly tart sauce.
This deceptively simple yet elegant dish features a creamy poached chicken mousse flavored with walnuts and aromatic herbs like thyme. Serve on top of an irresistibly crisp round of raisin bread to tantalize your taste buds!
Picnic’s, from Albany, won this year’s Good Food Awards in the charcuterie category with its pretty layer of yellow-tinged fat on top. It tastes like smokey bacon with deep flavors of chicken broth.
If you’re a tuna lover, then this mousse is for you. It’s simple to make and can be served as a dip, spread on sandwiches or served in canapes.
This recipe calls for canned tuna mixed with softened butter, but you could also use cream cheese or mascarpone. Be sure to add the butter gradually, making sure not to overprocess it or your mixture will become clumpy and lack texture.
This delicious and straightforward appetizer can be served with crackers, fresh bread sticks or small toasts. For added flair, serve it up alongside veggies like celery stalks, cucumbers or bell peppers.
This quick and simple tuna appetizer is ideal for parties or as an afternoon snack. Not only is it straightforward to make, but it tastes delicious cold or at room temperature.
Mousse is a light dessert made with eggs whites and whipped cream, similar to pudding but without cornstarch as a thickener.
This dessert is a go-to for weddings, birthday parties and other special events because it can be prepared ahead of time and served cold, making serving guests quick and effortless. Plus, vegans and those avoiding dairy will love this option too!
Making an excellent mousse requires following a reliable recipe. It should include high quality chocolate that contains at least 70% cocoa mass, sugar and cocoa butter along with maybe natural vanilla or soy or sunflower lecithin for texture.
When making a mousse, you must take the cold ingredients out of the fridge in time so they cool to around 15 degrees Celsius before mixing them together. This step is known as tempering chocolate and it helps guarantee your final product will be smooth and uniform in color.
Smoked salmon makes for a delectable mousse that can be piped onto crackers or stuffed into cucumber cups for an entertaining appetizer.
To prepare, mix together smoked salmon, sour cream and lemon juice. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
For added texture, stir in some cream cheese. Additionally, season with Tabasco sauce and Worcestershire sauce to give it that extra kick.
For a delicious alternative to smoked salmon, you can substitute cooked salmon. Just be sure to drain it well before use and adjust seasoning as necessary.
Once the mousse has been prepared, it’s best to store it in the refrigerator and allow the flavors to meld together for about 2 hours. This makes piping much easier and the mousse tastes even better the next day as all of these elements come together.