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Black forest trifle

Black forest trifle

Black forest trifle

Recipe by Sibusiso Macozoma
Berry coulis  
100g strawberries (or thawed if frozen)
100g fresh blueberries (or thawed if frozen
100g fresh raspberries (or thawed if frozen)
100g fresh blackberries (or thawed if frozen)
5-7 tablespoons Selati White sugar
2 teaspoons lemon juice
Layered with
Already made Red/ Black currant 
1lt of ready-made Custard
Whipped Cream
Black Forest cake (in layers)
Chocolate flakes
Berry Sauce
Chocolate crunchy biscuits                                           
In a medium saucepan, bring berries, 1/4 cup water, 5 tablespoons sugar, and salt to bare simmer over medium heat, stirring occasionally; cook until sugar is dissolved and berries are heated through, about 1 minute longer. 2. Transfer mixture to blender or food processor; puree until smooth, about 20 seconds. Strain through fine-mesh strainer into small bowl, pressing and stirring puree with a rubber spatula to extract as much seedless puree as possible. Stir in lemon juice and additional sugar, if desired.
To Assemble:  In a deep trifle dish, start with a layer Jelly. Top with Custard. Next add whipped cream. Add on the Black Forest Cake. Chocolate flakes next and the berry coulis last.
Next, repeat the layers with whipped cream, custard, Black forest cake mixed with the berry coulis. Repeat the whipped cream again, custard and finally ending with chunks of chocolate crunch biscuits and chocolate flakes. Serve immediately or cover with cling wrap and keep in the fridge until needed.
For best results, use Selati!
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