Deadly Chocolate Délice

Only 10 minutes to go… It is my turn to plate up the dessert, I instantly knew I was in trouble. My chocolate delice in the fridge had not set yet! Peter looked at me, he wasn’t happy! (Cue that heavy background violin shriek with a heavy thump at the end and follow by the fire ball, Masterchef fanatics across Australia is now chucking things at TV, annoyed by the predictable ad break suspense) That It was the corporate lunch challenge in MasterChef where the boys had to prepare 3 course light lunch. It actually never crossed our mind that the menu we’ve planned were actually “heavy”. We were so focused on preparing a high standard menu to impress the CEOs and had totally forgotten about the word – light. Nevertheless, we did a great menu and worked like a well-oiled machine in the kitchen. We were calm, quiet and very organised in the kitchen – Kumar and Peter on the entree, Michael and Hayden on the main, and left me alone to do an overly ambitious dessert within the time limit, I shall call it the Deadly Chocolate Délice. Despite it was a disaster in the kitchen, the chocolate ‘mess’ was absolutely to die for (pun intended). It is rich, velvety, gooey and extremely sinful. You know when you dip the finger into a peanut butter jar and lick it off, then feeling so good but extremely guilty hoping no one is watching? Yep, exactly the same feeling. It is a guilty pleasure. The deadly chocolate délice consists of 3 layers – the chocolate brownie, the chocolate cream...