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Making Blonde Chocolate


Susanne Hindle Kher
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GlorifiedRice, I'll send you some!  (I use it to make these bars.)  :wink:

 

http://www.dolcetta-sweets.com/shop/caramelized-white-chocolate-almond-bar

 

Andrea - After seeing  your photo of your bar, I realize I met you at the NW Chocolate Festival (as a customer) and even bought that very bar - which is what got me interested in blonde chocolate!  Nicely done!

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Andrea - After seeing  your photo of your bar, I realize I met you at the NW Chocolate Festival (as a customer) and even bought that very bar - which is what got me interested in blonde chocolate!  Nicely done!

 

Ha!  Small world :smile:

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I also followed this post and had to try this.

I got the white chocolate in the oven at around 120°C  for about 50 minutes. I stirred every 10 minutes.

here are my results:

 

I tried to temper the blonde chocolate (brought down to 27°C and than up to 29°C). On the inside of the mold it looks great but on the outside it bloomed. You can see this in the back of the last picture.

blonde-1.jpg

 

Then i tried adding some butter to it and it got a very nice ans smooth consistency, reminding me of caramel,fudge.

blonde-2.jpg

 

 

I like the final product, but there must be a easier way of producing..

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