Sugar, Dried Whole Milk, Cocoa Butter, Emulsifier (Soya Lecithins), Natural Vanilla Flavouring, Vanilla Seeds, White chocolate contains: Milk solids 30% minimum
- Allergy Advice! For allergens, see ingredients in bold.
- Store in a cool dry place.
|Step ||650 Watt ||750 Watt ||850 Watt |
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|*Remove all packaging ||- ||- ||- |
|*Break into small pieces and place in a small, non-metallic bowl. ||- ||- ||- |
|*Heat on full power for ||- ||1 minute ||40 seconds |
|*Stir and repeat process above until the chocolate is completely melted. ||- ||- ||- |
*All appliances vary these are guidelines only.
Perfect for... WHITE CHOCOLATE PANNA COTTA WITH RASPBERRY COULIS
200g double cream
300ml whole milk
100g white chocolate broken into pieces
4 gelatine leaves (soaked for 5-10 mins)
Juice of ½ a lemon
Combine the double cream and milk in a pan over a low heat, add the sugar and
bring up to a temperature of 70oC. Melt in the white chocolate and remove from
the heat, add the softened gelatine and stir thoroughly, pass through a sieve
and add lemon juice.
Decant into individual ramekins brushed with sunflower oil (this will make
easier to remove the panna cottas from their moulds later). Allow to cool to a
room temperature and refrigerate for a minimum of 3 hours.
50g granulated sugar
Juice of ½ a lemon
Add raspberries, water, half of the sugar and half of the Chamboard to a pan
and heat until the fruit has broken down. Pass through a sieve and return the
broken down. Pass through a sieve and return the strained liquid to a pan. Add
the sugar and reduce by half, add the left over Chamboard and lemon juice and
reduce the heat, remove from heat after 3-5 mins and decant into a jug.
Pour hot water into a baking tray until it is roughly 2cm high. Run the point
of a sharp knife around the edge of the panna cottas and place on the water
bath for 5-10 seconds. Remove from the water and transfer the pan cottas to a
bowl immediately, topped with the raspberry coulis.
A white 'bloom' may appear on this product. This is not harmful and will
disappear on melting.
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