Dark chocolate mousse based on pâte à bombe
How to make a perfect chocolate mousse from scratch for patisserie and desserts? You'll definitely want the chocolate flavour to come out. The texture should be firm and stable enough to hold other patisserie layers, and at the same time it should be smooth, airy and light enough to be elegant. With this recipe, you'll create a pâte à bombe that yields great texture. By varying with one of Callebaut's Finest Belgian Chocolate recipes, you'll be able to play with the desired chocolate intensity: from very intense when picking the POWER 80 or Sao Thomé for instance, to smooth or more balanced when using recipe n° 811. We recommend that you always use standard three-drop fluidity (💧💧💧) to achieve a lovely smooth texture.