Gâteau Royal or Le Trianon

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  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    Anyone got a recipe for the above?

    Thanks


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    I don't think you'll find it Dave since it's a "protected" recipe. Created by a great "chef"!

    The only think you might find is some simplified recipe trying to taste like it . When i tried to find it for you last year the only indication i had (since i don't know this cake myself, neither do the women of my family.... must be a northen chef:RollEyes:)was that carrefour had one called the same but not tasting the same .... so didn't see the point of copying the recipe. I suppose you want the same cake not the same name:BigGrin:

    The problem is even when i searched on recipes sites, french forums etc... as i don't know the look of it nor the taste of it , couldn't even know which recipe could give the right taste/look....:Doh::Doh:

    Can't help you this time:cry::cry:i'm sorry!....


    You'll forgive me won't you Dave:BigGrin::Wink:???????


    Affectueusement


    Frankie:Smile::Smile::Smile:
     
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    Hi Dave!


    This is one of the forum on which i happened to know that it was supposed to be a protected recipe

    http://www.recette-dessert.com/forums/ftopic452.php


    BUT found that today!! (must admit i was a bit upset i couldn't find a way to have that b****y recipe:Blush::RollEyes:)


    I hope it is the one you're looking for cause people are a bit confused/confusing with that cake.


    Try to have a go with google translation and if it doesn't make any sense or if you just need a better translation than i'll find some time to translate it but please in the mean time could you find the equivalences between english and metric measures! That bit drives me crazy !:Blush::Blush::Blush:





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    Accueil > Recettes au Chocolat > Royal au chocolatRecette du Royal au chocolat
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    Ingrédients
    Succès amande
    (1ere couche)
    60 g de poudre d'amandes
    130 g de sucre en poudre
    15 g de farine
    2 blancs d'oeufs (50 g)
    Praliné feuilleté
    (2eme couche)
    200 g de praliné amandes-noisettes en pâte (possibilité de remplacer par du nutella)
    70 g de chocolat blanc
    120 g de pailleté feuilletine (ou de crêpes dentelles brisées)
    Mousse au chocolat
    (3eme couche)
    6 oeufs
    120 g de sucre en poudre
    130 g de creme fraiche liquide
    350 g de chocolat à 70% de cacao
    100 g de beurre mou
    Préparation : 50 mn - Cuisson : 10 mn - Repos : 10 h


    Succès amande (1ere couche) :
    Tamiser ensemble la poudre d'amandes, la farine et 60g de sucre.
    Monter en neige les blancs d'oeufs. Lorsqu'il commence à prendre, incorporer le reste du sucre.
    Verser le mélange tamisé sur les blancs en neige. Mélanger délicatement. Dresser sur une feuille de papier sulfurisé dans un cercle.
    Cuire environ 10 mn dans un four préchauffé à 220°C (Th. 7/8)
    Praliné feuilleté (2eme couche) :
    Faire fondre au bain-marie le chocolat blanc. Ajouter le praliné. Homogénéiser.
    Hors du feu, ajouter le pailleté feuilletine et mélanger délicatement.
    Verser cette préparation sur le succès amande cuit et refroidi. Lisser la surface avec une spatule
    Mousse au chocolat (3eme couche) :
    Faire fondre au bain-marie le chocolat noir.
    A part, porter la crème à ébullition. Ajouter la crème au chocolat fondu, homogénéiser.
    Dans une terrine, fouetter les jaunes d'oeufs et le sucre jusqu'à ce que le mélange blanchisse.
    Ajouter le beurre mou sans cesser de fouetter. Incorporer le mélange chocolat-crème. Homogénéiser.
    Battre les blancs d'oeufs en neige avec une pincée de sel. Incorporer les blancs à la préparation au chocolat.
    Verser la mousse dans le cercle sur la préparation au praliné. Lisser.
    Finition :
    Placer le Royal au réfrigérateur pendant environ 10h.
    Au moment de servir, saupoudrer de cacao à l'aide d'un tamis le dessus du gâteau.
    Pour 8 personnes
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    Conseils : Le praliné et le pailleté feuilletine sont des produits de professionnels que l'on peut trouver chez Metro par exemple, mais aussi sur internet ( patiwiz.com ou meilleurduchef.com)

    Ce gateau est également connu sous le nom de Trianon

    Pour ajouter un peu de relief à la décoration, on peut ajouter des 1/2 sphères de chocolat sur le pourtour du gateau (voir photo)

    Recette proposée par Véro (merci !)Recette modifiée en Janvier








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    Amicalement

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  4. ShiftZZ

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    Frankie

    You are a star, this will make Kathy a very happy woman.....

    Thanks / Diolch yn fawr



    :yeah:



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    That sounds lovely for a chocaholic! - and made with ground almonds and only 15g of flour, will be very light. Though would also have thought more than 8 portions LOL

    Not familiar with two of the ingredients, the praline one and the feuillete one, but they give you the website. Would be interested to know what those turn out to be!

    And of course whether the whole caboodle is successful.

    Yummy!!!
     
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    8 portions


    :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Did Kathy find some time to try it ? If so was it a success? I guess the 8 portions became a 2 portions and even 1 and 1/2 (1/2 supposed to be the best half for.... better half:Rofl1:)


    Amicalement


    Frankie:BigGrin:
     
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    There is but one chocolate gateau - seek out Selva Nera.

    It takes a week to recover from a good portion. It is advised that a defibrillator is kept on standby.

    Strange, but we discovered it in Porthmadog. Then had one hand built on Lake Maggiore.

    Must put it on the Must Do list for Garda this year.
     
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    Thankyou teacher :Rofl1: It's Mike :BigGrin:
     
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    Hi Dave! Still waiting for your answer:Laughing:



    Amicalement


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    Hi Frankie

    Not yet, yesterday she was having her hair done. She did say she will try and make some..

    Next wekend, we may be away...

    When she makes it, I will let you all know and post a picture...



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