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Ingredients

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Ganache

  • 180 g raw sugar
  • 80 g water
  • 120 g cream
  • 75 g unsalted butter
  • 300 g Semi Sweet Choc Chips, or other dark chocolate
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Recipe's preparation

  1. If you are using a block of dark chocolate then do this step first.  Break up chocolate into the TM Bowl.  Grind the chocolate on speed 8 for 10 seconds.  Reserve in a separate bowl for now.  No need to clean TM Bowl.

    Add Sugar to TM Bowl.  Grind on speed 8 / 5 seconds.

    Add Water.  Heat for 2 and a half minutes / 100 degrees / speed 2

    Remove MC.  Heat for a further 4 minutes / Varoma Temp / Speed 2.

    Add cream and butter.  Cook for 2 mins / 100 degrees / speed 2.

    Add chocolate chips or reserved milled chocolate.  Melt for 2 minutes / 60 degrees / speed 2.  It doesn't matter if the temp doesn't make it down to 60 degrees.  The point is to start cooling the mixture while still allowing for the chocolate to melt.

    Pour this over cakes.  Allow to set before serving.  OR Use as a rich chocolate sauce and serve while still hot and luxurious.  This sauce will thicken as it cools.  You can leave it covered in the fridge for 1-2 hours (check consistency regularly), this will make it more like a chocolate paste that can then be used in scrolls or whipped to make decorative choclate ganache.  You are only limited by your imagination !

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