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Desserts by Belinda Jeffery

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  • Ian's torta di Verona

    • lou_weez on May 12, 2017

      I can't get enough of this dessert and make it for every special occasion. The berries are very rich and I find a little overpowering, but others I've served this to love them.

  • A seductive chocolate mousse cake

    • lou_weez on May 14, 2017

      A really delicious mousse cake that is definitely worth making again. I found the look of the cake, once I had inverted it onto a plate and peeled the foil off a little unattractive. Next time I will set and serve it in individual glasses.

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  • ISBN 10 1920989978
  • ISBN 13 9781920989972
  • Published Oct 24 2012
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 272
  • Language English
  • Countries Australia
  • Publisher Penguin Books Australia
  • Imprint Lantern Books

Publishers Text

Saving yourself for dessert? Well, Belinda Jeffery has plenty of desserts worth waiting for . . .

Drawing her inspiration from across the globe, she has created an irresistible collection of recipes for desserts and sweet treats, arranged around her favourite flavours; the subtle notes of coffee and tea; the intensity of caramel, honey and maple syrup; the refreshing tang of berries and summers fruits; the sharpness of citrus – and, of course, the complexity of chocolate.

Imagine yourself in Paris with pine nut, almond and sour cherry tart, travel to the Middle East with sweet saffron and cardamom-scented yoghurt, take a trip to Sicily with lemon cassata semifreddo, or simply enjoy the bounty of an Australian summer with mango, passionfruit and mascarpone trifle.

On grey days, seek solace in pear and maple syrup crumble or rhubarb and white chocolate tartlets. And let's face it, no excuse is ever needed to indulge in a slice of black velvet chocolate tart or a pistachio meringue with green tea cream.

With Belinda's Desserts in your kitchen, you'll always have the perfect ending to any meal.



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