Soft biscuits covered with lots of chocolate and orange jelly.
- For the cheating on McVitie’s jaffa biscuits
120g egg whites
80g egg yolks
100g sift flour
- For the darts of orange jelly pleasure
5-6 organic oranges (for about 500g of fresh orange juice)
1 tbsp cinnamon
1 vanilla pod
3 gelatine leaves
- For this fire chocolate topping
200g dark chocolate
- Play Franz Ferdinand first album and preheat your oven to 200°C. Make a French meringue : whip the egg whites until foamy with your Kitchen Aid or an electric mixer. Add sugar little by little until shiny stiff peaks.
- Add the egg yolks and mix geeeently with a rubber spatula. Add flour little by little and stir carefully. Place the mixture in a pipping bag with a round tip and pipe out 5cm round shapes. Don’t have pipping bags? Use a spoon!
- Bake your biscuit for 5-6min until golden brown. Allow to cool down on a wire rack.
- Make your delicious orange jelly : hydrate your gelatine in a bowl of water. Meanwhile, heat all the others ingredients in a pan. When it boils, stop the fire and wait for about three minutes. Add the gelatin, stir until melted. Put the jelly in a cold bowl and place it in the fridge for one hour.
- Dance with Michael. Or Jacqueline. As you like.
- All your preparations are cold? Good. Whip the orange jelly and spread it on your biscuits. Place them in the fridge.
- In a bowl, break the chocolate into pieces, set it over a pan of simmering water and watch it melt. Spoon over your biscuits. Place them in the fridge for about 30 min.
- Eat and feel the darts of pleasure…
- No Scots where harmed during the making of these cakes.