Belgian Chocolate Praline

30 pralines, 15 Servings Ready in 1 hour

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Ignoring all the materialistic pleasures around, our dear God has blessed us with few things in life to instantly lift our spirit and put any grumpy soul in a good mood. First one is a smiling child and the next best is a generous portion of heavenly chocolate!

With so many fantastic chocolate preparations, there are certainly quite a few that you can try churning out in the comfort of your own home and not have to spent big bucks for an out of the world chocolate experience.

All you have to do is source the choicest ingredients from the best stores instead of cheap quality ones. You can visit the link https://www.chocolak.com to buy the premium quality supplies from the comfort of your home and create a delightful boxful of Belgian chocolate praline.

Here is a very easy to prepare Belgian chocolate praline recipe, which you can gift your loved ones or have them stored in plenty for all the untimely caffeine cravings. This quick and simple recipe will certainly add a culinary feather to your cap and tastes quite similar to the ones when you buy pralines online. Try out this dish and spread the chocolate love!

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Ingredients

  • 300 g premium quality dark chocolate, 60-70% cocoa solids
  • 80 ml whipping cream or heavy cream, at room temperature
  • 150 g unsalted butter, softened
  • 10 ml liquor of your preference
  • Toppings of your choice one or more: molten milk chocolate (100 g), molten white chocolate (100 g), molten dark chocolate (100 g), chopped nuts (80 g), premium quality cocoa powder (20 g), coconut powder (20 g)

Procedure

  • 1

    Prepare a flat tray, big enough to fit into the refrigerator, by lining it with either butter paper or aluminum foil.

  • 2

    Roughly chop the dark chocolate and transfer it to a thick bottom glass bowl. Melt the chocolate either in the microwave or in a double boiler. Make sure not to burn it out while microwaving.

  • 3

    Cool the chocolate to room temperature but make sure it is still in liquid form.

  • 4

    Whisk butter either using a beater or by hand until the butter is fluffy and creamy in texture.

  • 5

    Slowly whisk in cream and beat cream, and butter mixture together until well combined.

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  • 6

    Now, gradually beat in the melted chocolate into the butter cream mixture one ladle at a time until all the mixture is well combined and still creamy and fluffy in texture.

  • 7

    Stir in the liquor lightly.

  • 8

    Transfer the chocolate mixture into a piping bag and pipe out about 1.5-2 cm thick circles of the chocolate mixture onto the prepared tray. If you find the mixture too runny to handle, refrigerate the mixture first for some time until it is of buttercream consistency and then transfer into the piping bag so that it is hard enough to pipe out.

  • 9

    Try to smoothen out the tips of the piped chocolate mixture to achieve sphere shaped small balls.

  • 10

    Now, refrigerate the balls until they harden and hold their shape.

  • 11

    The center of pralines is prepared and now you may stick the two halves of the pralines together from the flat end to form a ball type structure.

  • 12

    Refrigerate the praline balls again until they are firm in shape.

  • 13

    Coat the pralines evenly in the preferred topping such molten chocolates at room temperature, and other fancy topping of your choice, and you are ready to pop in your favorites!

  • per 100g
Nutrition Info (each serving)
Calories252 Kcal
Protein2.6 grams
Carbohydrate13.1 grams
Fiber2.5 grams
Fat21.6 grams
Saturated Fats12.8 grams
Sodium9.6 mg

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