baking, enrobing, and decorating a variety of desserts. This couverture is made from premium cocoa beans and is blended to a smooth consistency, providing a rich and intense chocolate flavour. With a cocoa content of 54.5%, it has a bold, dark taste that is sure to please even the most discerning chocolate lovers.
This couverture is easy to work with and has a smooth, glossy finish that makes it ideal for moulding, dipping, and enrobing. It is perfect for making truffles, cakes, and other baked goods, as well as for decorating confections and desserts.
The chocolate is packaged in a resealable bag, making it easy to portion and store. With a weight of 250g, this couverture is perfect for small to medium-sized baking projects. Whether you are a professional baker or a home cook, Dark Chocolate Couverture 54.5% is a versatile and delicious ingredient that will help you create mouth-watering desserts that will impress your friends and family.
Sugar, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter, Emulsifier, Soya Lecithin, Natural Flavouring
*May contain MILK and NUTS
Dark Couverture Chocolate
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Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight & heat.
How to use:
Melting: To melt the couverture, place it in a heat-proof bowl and set it over a saucepan of simmering water, stirring occasionally until fully melted.
Chocolate Ganache: Combine melted dark chocolate with heavy cream to make a silky smooth ganache that can be used as a filling or frosting for cakes, tarts, or truffles.
Chocolate Sauce: Mix melted dark chocolate with a little bit of heavy cream to make a rich and decadent chocolate sauce that can be drizzled over ice cream, cakes, or other desserts.
Chocolate Molds: Pour melted dark chocolate into silicone moulds to make chocolate candies, truffles, or decorative shapes.
Dipping: Use melted dark chocolate for dipping fruits, cookies, or pretzels.
Decorating: Drizzle melted dark chocolate over cakes, cupcakes, or other baked goods for a sophisticated touch.
Remember to use a light touch when working with dark chocolate couverture as it can be quite strong in flavour and too much can overpower the other ingredients in a recipe.