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  • Welcome to How To Cook That, I'm Ann Reardon and this is The Sweetest Thing.

  • And today we're going to make this gorgeous Rilakuma Bear dessert which is the secret

  • recipe of Bernard Chu who is the pastry chef at LuxBite in Melbourne.

  • Bernard is a lovely guy, he had such a different childhood to me though. He grew up in a bakery

  • with his grandfather baking everything and he got to eat butter cake all day whereas

  • I just was not allowed any sweet stuff when I was young.

  • My parents went through this really self-sufficient stage, they just grew everything themselves.

  • They grew their vegies, we had goats for milk, chickens for eggs, they even grew their own

  • wheat and then Mum would get the wheat and grind it in this stone mill by hand and then

  • she'd get that flour and bake bread.

  • And I used to sit and watch the bread baking in the oven and I still love that smell of

  • freshly baked bread.

  • We weren't allowed junk food, we weren't allowed lollies, no soft drink, nothing like that

  • except for I remember on birthdays my Mum used to bake us a themed cake, which we used

  • to love so it just seemed natural for me once I had my own kids to spend time for their

  • birthdays, just doing creative themed parties and making cakes and doing stuff that they

  • loved and asking them what they liked for their birthdays.

  • We've had all different cakes, being boys there's been lots of trucks, we've had a firetruck,

  • we've had a dump truck with edible geodes and chocolate dirt in the back for Jedd because

  • he just loves trucks.

  • We've had a chocolate pinyata cake that when you smash it all these lollies come out everywhere,

  • that was good fun. And I remember when James was little we had a pirate party, everything

  • was themed and we had fishing and all of that stuff it was great fun and then he wanted

  • a treasure chest cake, so we had the treasure chest with all the lollies coming out of it.

  • What about Transformers? No

  • That's what you wanted yesterday. Oh yeah I want Transformers.

  • He changes his mind every day on what cake he wants so I just go with what he wants on

  • the week of his birthday. I say what cake do you want? And that's what we're having.

  • But I'm pretty sure that he would love this Rilakuma Bear dessert because whatever Bernard

  • makes he always tries to inject love into it and make it fun and he's really thought

  • about the kids with this one.

  • Thankyou so much Bernard for sharing your Rilakuma bear recipe.

  • My pleasure.

  • Hiding inside this dessert there is a very chocolatey cookie. What's in those cookies?

  • We have brown sugar here, castor sugar, unsalted butter, vanilla paste, baking soda, eggs,

  • flour, cocoa powder, pink salt and dark chocolate.

  • First we going to cream the butter and sugar until it's very fluffy.

  • I'll put all of the recipe quantities on the howtocookthat.net website in grams and ounces

  • and cups. I'll add a link to that below.

  • Once that mixture is super fluffy add in the vanilla and the eggs and then we are going

  • to sift together all the dry ingredients except for the salt and mix them into the mixture.

  • Mix it until it's well combined and looks like this.

  • We are just going to add this dark chocolate in there.

  • That is a lot of chocolate chips.

  • When it's so much chocolate in there, even when it's cooled down, some of them will just

  • stay a little bit gooey.

  • And once that's all mixed in add in the salt last and mix that for 3 seconds only so you

  • get those little bursts of salt through the biscuit.

  • Then roll them into balls and place them on a baking tray and bake them in the oven for

  • about 8 minutes.

  • Okay for our white chocolate milkshake mouse, we've got gelatine, milk, white chocolate

  • and cream.

  • And then you've just melted that white chocolate over a pan of boiling water and then heat

  • up the milk on the stove.

  • So this is boiling now, we're going to turn off our heat and add this gelatine, this is

  • soaked in ice water and has been squeezed.

  • Once the gelatine has dissolved add milk mixture to the chocolate and mix that well and leave

  • it to cool. Whip the cream until it's semi-whipped and then add one third of the chocolate mixture

  • and fold it through. And then add the rest of the mixture and gently mix it together.

  • So we're just going to fill this in a sauce dropper here, I don't expect people to have

  • this at home to be honest. What would you suggest people use if they don't have one?

  • I suggest if you don't have this at home you just have to freeze this mousse into a flat

  • tray and then when it's nice and frozen, put a round cutter that match your tart shell,

  • most important.

  • And then place that in the freezer overnight.

  • Correct yes.

  • Inside the tart shell is a banana, strawberry creameux.

  • Can you talk us through the ingredients we'll need for this?

  • We have banana puree, strawberry puree, castor sugar, egg yolks, gelatine and unsalted butter.

  • I'm going to get you to help me here with the banana puree.

  • Just pour in the pot here, give it a quick mix and just put it on a stove.

  • Once they are boiling add the gelatin and let it melt. And next whisk together the egg

  • yolks and sugar then add the puree mixture into the egg yolks.

  • This is a little tip very important tip that we always leave a little bit of the mixture

  • here.

  • Then add the mixture back into the pan and heat until it is shiny and slightly thickened.

  • Add the butter a little at a time and mix that through. And then once you've added all

  • the butter strain it through a sieve and leave to one side to cool.

  • And we are going to start filling our tarts now.

  • Great. And I'll put a recipe on the website for the chocolate tart shells so we don't

  • have to make them but it looks like you've actually put something inside them as well,

  • what have you done there?

  • This is just a simple chocolate tart pastry and we just melt some dark chocolate.

  • The best way is to do it with your finger and just go over the chocolate pastry.

  • So we need to get the cookies.

  • Yum!

  • We are going to show you the old school way how to fill a tart. We are going to fill in

  • there.

  • Into the base and then we just take a cookie and press it on top. And then you're topping

  • them up so that really seals that biscuit in there.

  • We top this up, seal the cookie in there. People always like a bit of a surprise.

  • And then we put them in a freezer to set.

  • For the caramel glaze that's what makes it look beautiful and shiny on top, what do we

  • need to make that?

  • Castor sugar, cream, glucose, cornstarch, water, gelatine, white chocolate and milk

  • chocolate.

  • And there's no caramel there so obviously we are going to make a caramel, so what are

  • we doing first?

  • Pop this cream and glucose in the microwave just to warm it up. We are going to do our

  • cornflour slurry here. Add all your water into the cornflour and whisk that together.

  • To make the caramel heat the empty pan until it's hot.

  • Don't let it go smokey we are not doing a BBQ here.

  • Add a third of the sugar, we'll see that melt straight away. We are going to do this in

  • three stages so we want it to be a little bit more than golden brown here. Amber I like

  • to say.

  • Now add in the warmed cream and glucose slowly and stir it well. Then whisk in that cornflour

  • mixture.

  • We are just going to let it cook for a little more, I'll go for a minute and then we are

  • going to add our gelatine in so that will help with the setting as well and the chocolate.

  • So while this is still nice and hot we're going to add our chocolate in so all at once.

  • And the milk chocolate as well.

  • Okay so this is ready to strain. All going through perfect.

  • So this is ready to set aside for cooling down.

  • Okay so now we've got to make the nose and the cute little eyes.

  • Just print out the Rilakuma, just put a baking paper on top. And we are just going to fill

  • this.

  • Shake it to smooth it then let that set, then pipe on the nose and the mouth and some little

  • dots for the eyes.

  • We are ready to assemble our tart.

  • The mousse is frozen.

  • Yes it's very very cold.

  • The caramel glaze should just be body temperature so not too hot or cold. Just pour it over

  • the top of the frozen mousse and let that excess drip off.

  • Now put it over the top of the tart and carefully remove your spatula.

  • Okay that's it, perfect, perfect.

  • And now we can add our little faces.

  • That's right, just here and there.

  • Cute! It's a little Rilakuma Bear.

  • I'm very much looking forward to eating this, this is what I've been waiting for all day.

  • Yum it looks good. That mousse is so soft.

  • You have cutlery, I'm just going to go the dude way.

  • You can really taste the banana and the strawberry in there and that creamy milkshake. That is

  • so good.

  • Am I biased or is this really delicious?

  • No this is awesome, it's really good.

  • Thankyou so much Bernard for sharing your Rilakuma bear recipe, it tastes so good.

  • My pleasure.

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  • Make it a great week and I'll see you all on Friday

Welcome to How To Cook That, I'm Ann Reardon and this is The Sweetest Thing.

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