By Liliana Moyano for Shine LatinaMouse de maracuyá
My nana (or nanny), Delfina, who has been a part of my family for over 30 years, took care of me and my sisters from the day we were born. Needless to say, she is a second mother to me. My father used to give her instructions on what to cook during the week, mainly because he was always trying a different diet. When he was too busy, though, and didn't pick our menu, my nana cooked whatever she felt like making. That usually meant an irresistible dessert. Sometimes she made torta de plátano, apple or carrot pie, and even sweet empanadas. My all-time favorite, though, is a mousse de maracuyá, (or passion fruit mousse); it's smooth and sweet, but not too sugary. The perfect end to any meal as far as I'm concerned!
Unfortunately, she lives in Colombia and can't be here to make if for me in person. Luckily, she can (and did) give me precise instructions on how to make it myself. Simpler than I thought, it's similar to making a smoothie withRead More »from Sweet and Tangy Passionfruit Mousse