This very special Royal Jubilee Apple Mousse Cake Recipe is the ultimate in celebration cakes. Created by renowned Chef Raymond Blanc, it celebrates our monarch’s great accomplishment and is a tribute to the British apple.
There are six parts to the recipe.
The pain d’épices (spiced bread) is commonly known as gingerbread. It originates from France and was specific to Reims. As a beautiful base, it adds spice and texture to this cake. Should you wish to make the cake in advance, the pain d’épices will freeze well.
This very special Royal Jubilee British Apple Mousse Cake Recipe is the ultimate in celebration cakes. Created by renowned Chef Raymond Blanc, it celebrates our monarch’s great accomplishment and is a tribute to the British apple.
In fact, there are three British apple varieties in the cake, each with its own unique properties. You will no doubt be familiar with English Bramleys and Royal Gala, but the Lilibet apple – Prince Philip’s nickname for the Queen and the name of Harry and Megan’s daughter – is not as common.
The Lilibet is the only green-skinned eating apple grown commercially in the UK. Don’t worry if you can’t find Lilibet in your local supermarket; any other variety of eating apple can replace it in this recipe.
There are six parts to the recipe. But the instructions are straightforward.
Raymond’s Royal Jubilee British Apple Mousse Cake Recipe makes the perfect centrepiece to mark this national occasion and will be the envy of family and guests when you present this cake to them.
This Royal Jubilee British Apple Mousse Cake Recipe was created by Raymond Blanc – the Chef Patron of Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons, a country house hotel and 2-Michelin-starred restaurant in Great Milton, Oxfordshire.
Discover more at raymondblanc.com
British Apples and Pears is a limited registered company formed in 1990 to organise and develop the promotion of the British apple and pear industry. They work year-round to promote delicious British high-quality apples and pears and are led by a committed board of grower directors.
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