There is no more satisfying and pleasant surprise for your soul mate on Valentine's Day than making a dessert that, with its taste and its appearance, tops off a memorable romantic dinner for two prepared by your very own hands, and served in a magical atmosphere! So, what we have in mind today? Well, nothing is more tempting – in our opinion – than a special nougat semifreddo which is then coloured and scented with a delicate cascade of creamed berries: a veritable plateful of freshness, fragrance and taste that will communicate the most tender feelings naturally. Now, are you ready to seduce your other half at the dining table, creating a culinary web of love with which to tickle their palate? Follow our recipe and get going: Valentine's Day will be properly celebrated.
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Finely chop the nougat with the help of a food processor. Beat the egg yolks with the sugar until frothy, then incorporate the chopped nougat and rum. Beat the egg whites until firm, then whip the cream and incorporate both into the nougat mixture. Pour the mixture into moulds previously lined with cling film to prevent sticking. Prepare the fruits of the forest sauce by adding the fruit to a pan with the sugar and orange juice, and then simmering to reduce slightly before adding the cornflour. Cook a little bit longer, then blitz with an immersion blender and add the butter. Pour into a small bowl and set aside. Place the moulds in the freezer for at least 8 hours. Turn out the semifreddo half an hour before serving with the berry sauce on the side.
Beat the egg yolks with the sugar until you have a frothy mixture, then mix in the chopped nougat and rum
Mix the cream with the nougat mixture from bottom to top, so as not to let the egg whites and cream collapse