So, I've got this really cool recipe in a book I got, and I really want to change it a bit to make it my own. The original is a teardrop shaped container made from white chocolate, filled with cranberry Bavarian cream and garnished with a chocolate rum sauce, cranberries and pistachio croquant.
Now, my idea is to use two of the containers (I have 2.5" acetate strips), and shape them into a yin-yang circle. I'd use a milk or dark chocolate for one and white chocolate for the other. With the cranberry Bavarian cream in the white shell, I need to come up with a flavor to fill the milk or dark chocolate half of the Yin-Yang. Putting dollop of whipped cream on top of the dark cream and a circle of the chocolate rum sauce on the cranberry cream will complete the look I'm trying to create here...
So, I'm looking for advice or inspiration as to what I should use to pair with the Cranberry Bavarian Cream. I'm thinking maybe orange in a dark chocolate Bavarian cream? Maybe pomegranate? I'm pretty new to all this, so any help is greatly appreciated!