Mississippi mud pie

Jan 9, 2019 | Publisher: chefibpa | Category: Other |   | Views: 2 | Likes: 1

Mississippi Mud Pie By Chef IBPA Mississippi mud pie is a chocolate-based dessert pie that is likely to have originated in the U.S. state of Mississippi. The treat contains a gooey chocolate sauce on top of a crumbly chocolate crust. The pie is usually served with ice cream. While Mississippi mud pie was originally associated with Southern United States cuisine, the dish has gained somewhat of an international reputation, owing in large part to the sheer amount of chocolate in each serving. The name "Mississippi mud pie" comes from the dense cake which resembles the banks of the Mississippi River. It is believed that this dish was created by home cooks after World War II because it was made of simple ingredients that could be found at any supermarket and did not require any special cooking tools. Its earliest known reference in print is 1975 S. No Ingredients Quantity Quantity 1 Sweet crust dough (pg no 16) chocolate flavoured 100 Gm 2 Chocolate genoise cake batter (pg no 46) 100 Gm 3 Chocolate ganache 25 Gm 4 Whipped cream 50 Gm Method Line the pie mold with chocolate flavoured sweet crust & blind bake the pastry. Keep aside to cool. Pour the chocolate genoise cake batter into the blind baked pastry & bake the pie till the sponge is baked. Remove from oven & keep aside to cool. Spread a layer of chocolate Ganache over the sponge cake layer. Set for 30 minutes in refrigerator. Pipe whipped cream over the Ganache layer. Institute of Bakery & Pastry Arts is leading institute for learning Bakery and Pastry Arts in India, Our Chef Balendra Singh is having 18 Year of professional experience. Our students have gone to achieve international fame for their exceptional skills that we are proud of. Traditional Bakery techniques, cutting edge training, 100% work placement with Award winning faculties are some of the special features of IBPA. Our courses are internationally certified for making bright career in Bakery profession.

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