|0,125 l||Black Currant Juice|
|8 cl||Cassis Liqueur Cream|
Mädchenröte is an old traditional North German dessert, which originally comes from Schleswig Holstein. It can be prepared with black or red currant juice and beaten egg white. Girls' Redness should not be confused with the similar-sounding dessert "Girls' Redness", which is prepared with cranberries and also comes from Schleswig Holstein. First place the gelatine in a bowl, cover with cold water and soak for about 10 minutes. Put half of the currant juice in a small saucepan or in a saucepan and heat slightly. Lightly squeeze the gelatine and dissolve in warm currant juice while stirring with a whisk. Remove the pot from the heat, place on a saucer and allow to cool. Cooling is faster if you put the pot in a sink with cold water. Make sure that the gelatine does not solidify. Pour the egg whites into a fat-free mixing bowl. When separating the eggs, make sure that no egg yolk gets into the egg white, otherwise the egg whites will not become stiff. Beat the egg whites with the whisk from the hand mixer until stiff at the highest speed and let the sugar trickle in. Stir until the sugar has dissolved. Mix the remaining blackcurrant juice with Creme de Cassis. Continue stirring the beaten egg white at low speed and stir the juice-liqueur mixture in a fine stream under the beaten egg white. Remove two tablespoons of the beaten egg white and stir into the well cooled gelatine-juice mixture with a whisk. This means that the gelatine cannot form any clumps when mixed in. Add this mixture to the beaten egg white and stir in at low speed using a hand mixer. Pour the girl's flush into decorative glasses or dessert bowls and allow to cool well in the refrigerator. As can be seen in the picture above, pour some cream de cassis over the girl's flush just before serving and decorate with some leaves of mint branch or lemon balm.