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Gooey on the inside, we made a large doughnut-like glacage dessert. When you cut it, condensed milk cream flows out from the inside. Have fun eating it!
*Recipe*（21 cm diameter）
Make coffee mousse.
１．Whip 500ml of whipping cream to a mostly stiff peak.
２．Bloom 25g of powder gelatin in 150ml (5x water) of water.
３．Add 10 egg yolks, 500ml milk, 150g granulated sugar, and 10 teaspoons instant coffee (15g) in a pot and place it over low heat.
４．When the mixture thickens slightly, remove from heat.
５．Dissolve ２ in the mixture and filter it through a sieve.
６．Chill ５ with ice water to thicken.
７．Add１, and mix.
８．Pour 7 into a mold. Keep the excess mousse (about 100g).
９．Solidify it in a freezer.
Make condensed milk cream.
１０．Add 1 tablespoon of whipping cream (16g) to 140g of sweetened condensed milk and mix. The total volume of this mixture will be about 120ml.
１１．Remove 9 from the freezer once frozen.
１２．Pour 10 to the mousse from 11 with divots.
１３．Layer 12 with the mousse without divots.
１４．Fill the joints with the remaining mousse from 8. If the mousse becomes soft, freeze it again to make it easier to work with.
１５．Chill in a freezer.
Make caramel glacage.
１６．Bloom 6g of powder gelatin in 30ml of water.
１７．Place 120g sugar and 45ml water in a pot and place it over medium heat.
１８．Occassionally shake the pot, and turn off heat when the color turns brown.
１９．Add 150ml of boiling water (have the lid ready to protect from spatter).
２０．Add 150ml whipping cream, and heat until the mixture comes to a boil.
２１．Add 16 to dissolve, and filter through a sieve.
２２．Chill with ice water until the mixture thickens.
２３．Pour 22 on 15.
２５．Finished! Cut into pieces, and enjoy the gooey condensed milk cream that flows out. In any case, it was hard to secure a spot in the freezer.
If it is too large for you to finish:
Add 60g egg white (2 eggs worth) and 70g sugar to 260g of the remaining dessert. Sift 100g flour and 1g baking powder, and add them, along with 30g of chocolate chips, to the mixture. Pour the mixture into a pound cake mold. Bake for 35 minutes in a 180 degree Celsius oven for a chewy cake. You can also make this in a cupcake mold, or eat it cold.