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Homemade Tonka chocolates with salt flakes

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Difficulty
Low
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Time
180 min
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Author
lorem ipsum

Ingredients

Servings:
Makes:

200 grams dark chocolate, couverture
200 grams dark chocolate
100 grams butter
2  baking cocoa
3  tonka beans
1  salt, flakes


Instructions

STEP 1/11

Place the couverture chocolate in Braun’s MultiQuick 9 500 ml chopper attachment and finely chop into small chunks, then transfer the chocolate to a pot.

STEP 2/11

Place the dark chocolate in Braun’s MultiQuick 9 500 ml chopper attachment and finely chop into small chunks.

STEP 3/11

Transfer the half of the dark chocolate into the pot with the couverture and melt both chocolates together over a water bath. Add butter and melt into the chocolate, mix well.

STEP 4/11

Finely grind the Tonka beans with Braun’s MultiQuick 9 spice grinder attachment.

STEP 5/11

When the chocolate is melted, add the cocoa and a third of the Tonka spice and mix with Braun’s MultiQuick 9 whisk attachment.

STEP 6/11

Transfer to a bowl and refrigerate for 1h - 1½ h until the mixture has firmed up and is easy to shape.

STEP 7/11

Form approx. 25 equal-sized pralines with your hands.

STEP 8/11

Melt the rest of the dark chocolate over a water bath. Pour the oil in it and mix.

STEP 9/11

Dip one praline after the other into the chocolate. For that, place a bite on a tablespoon and dip it in the chocolate. Let it drip-off a little and put it on a tray lined with parchment paper. Sprinkle the pralines with rest of the Tonka spice and salt flakes.

STEP 10/11

Let the chocolate dry for about 60 minutes.

STEP 11/11

Place the praline bites into small paper bags to give as gifts.


This recipe was prepared using Braun’s MultiQuick 9 (MQ 9138 XI).
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  3. Homemade Tonka chocolates with salt flakes

Homemade Tonka chocolates with salt flakes

Ȑ
Difficulty
Low
ȑ
Time
180 min
&
Author
lorem ipsum
Servings:
Makes:

Ingredients


200 grams dark chocolate, couverture
200 grams dark chocolate
100 grams butter
2  baking cocoa
3  tonka beans
1  salt, flakes

Instructions

STEP 1/11

Place the couverture chocolate in Braun’s MultiQuick 9 500 ml chopper attachment and finely chop into small chunks, then transfer the chocolate to a pot.

STEP 2/11

Place the dark chocolate in Braun’s MultiQuick 9 500 ml chopper attachment and finely chop into small chunks.

STEP 3/11

Transfer the half of the dark chocolate into the pot with the couverture and melt both chocolates together over a water bath. Add butter and melt into the chocolate, mix well.

STEP 4/11

Finely grind the Tonka beans with Braun’s MultiQuick 9 spice grinder attachment.

STEP 5/11

When the chocolate is melted, add the cocoa and a third of the Tonka spice and mix with Braun’s MultiQuick 9 whisk attachment.

STEP 6/11

Transfer to a bowl and refrigerate for 1h - 1½ h until the mixture has firmed up and is easy to shape.

STEP 7/11

Form approx. 25 equal-sized pralines with your hands.

STEP 8/11

Melt the rest of the dark chocolate over a water bath. Pour the oil in it and mix.

STEP 9/11

Dip one praline after the other into the chocolate. For that, place a bite on a tablespoon and dip it in the chocolate. Let it drip-off a little and put it on a tray lined with parchment paper. Sprinkle the pralines with rest of the Tonka spice and salt flakes.

STEP 10/11

Let the chocolate dry for about 60 minutes.

STEP 11/11

Place the praline bites into small paper bags to give as gifts.

Notes

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