Temper Chocolate

How To : Temper chocolate

Get the perfect gloss and snap. This is one of the hardest skills in baking or cooking. Gourmet chefs pride themselves on the skill to perfectly temper chocolate. Learn the skill now and make divine desserts for the rest of your life. Thanks to CHOW for a simple and thorough t ...more

How To : Make temper chocolate

Tempered chocolate has a glossy finish, which looks great on homemade candies or chocolate-covered strawberries. Find out how to properly temper chocolate. You will need high-quality chocolate, sharp knife for cutting chocolate, rubber spatula for stirring, double boiler and a ...more

How To : Temper chocolate

Take your dessert from bland and boring to something special for your next dinner party with help from this video! In this cooking tutorial, learn from Sue McMahon, cookery editor at Woman's Weekly, how to temper chocolate. To complete this recipe you will need the following: ...more

How To : Temper chocolate in a microwave

Lynn of CocoDelirious shows us how to temper chocolate - in a microwave! - in this delicious-looking video. She reveals that a sophisticated double-boiler setup is unnecessary; all that you need is a microwave, a candy thermometer, a microwave-save bowl, and a spatula. Glass a ...more

How To : Temper Chocolate - Sous Vide Style

A great technique for tempering chocolate on one you can do in the same bag you use for piping. Ideal to be used with a Water bath or Circulator but there are plenty of ways you can replicate this without those items. Check Out the Video Methodology: Video: .

How To : Melt chocolate with hot water

Melted chocolate has many uses and there are several ways of melting chocolate. In this how to video Chef Paul explains the process of melting chocolate. You can use a simulated double boiler with two bowls or the microwave to temper chocolate.

How To : Make Fudge in a Flash with Just Your Microwave

When chocolate cravings strike, indulgent fudge makes everything in the world right again. And while plain fudge will do the job just fine, add-ins like walnuts and Oreos elevate this dessert to new levels. Traditional fudge recipes require patience and hands-on cooking via s ...more

How To : 'Hot Chocolate' Balls = Next-Level Instant Cocoa

Winter—or any cold, gray day, for that matter—is the best time for a warm cup of something hot. For me, hot chocolate is my "warm cup" of choice: rich and milky, deliciously sweet, and oh-so-comforting. On super-cold days when I can't feel my face, a nice, large cup of hot ch ...more

How To : Make Hershey's Cookies 'n' Creme Bars

Cookies 'n' Creme is one of Hershey's most popular candy bars, right behind their classic milk chocolate bar, Kit Kat, and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. We've got a whole lotta love for this creamy, crunchy creation. So much love, in fact, that we decided to replicate this supe ...more

How To : The 2-Ingredient Chocolate Mousse of Your Dreams

As a self-proclaimed chocoholic, any day with chocolate mousse in it is a good day in my book. And thanks to prominent chemist Hervé This, one of the founding fathers of molecular gastronomy, chocolate mousse is not only easy to make every single day—but only requires two ingr ...more

How To : Easy DIY Gourmet Chocolate Bars

We've showed you how to make Butterfingers and Kit Kats, as well as custom-shaped chocolates, but have you ever thought about making your own gourmet chocolate bars? It's a fairly simple process, once you understand tempering, and there are endless flavor possibilities when y ...more

How To : Make chocolate pudding at home

In the mood for some chocolate for dessert tonight? Chocolate pudding is a popular and delicious dessert, and easy to make from scratch. Learn how to make delicious chocolate pudding from home with help from this how-to video. What you will need: • A medium saucepan • ½ c. ...more

How To : Cut out shapes using chocolate transfers

INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Melt candy coating or melt and temper real chocolate. 2. Spread a thin layer of melted chocolate over the transfer sheet, with texture side up. 3. Allow to "just" set and cut with cookie cutters or geometrical shapes using a pizza cutter. 4. When hardened, bre ...more

How To : Apply chocolate transfers on dipped sugar cookies

INSTRUCTIONS: Cut transfer sheets in squares to fit the treat to be dipped. Melt candy coating or melt and temper real chocolate. Dip sugar cookin in melted candy coating. Set on a silicone mat or parchment paper. Immediatly place a cut transfer square, textured side down, on ...more

How To : Make Amazing Dessert Art Using Bubble Wrap

The internet was blowing up recently over this mind-blowing, mouth-watering video of a woman making a cake decoration out of… wait for it… chocolate bubble wrap. Yes, that's right: she turned the ubiquitous packing material into the mold for an absolutely gorgeous cake embelli ...more

How To : Make Custom-Shaped Chocolates at Home

It is a truth universally acknowledged that food molded into fancy shapes somehow seems tastier. That's true even with chocolate, which is inherently delicious. Now, while you can buy chocolate that's been pre-molded into fancy shapes, you can have a lot of fun and save a few ...more

News : Sip in Style with These Delectable Cocktail Rims

Cocktail rims are an easy way to add extra fun and pizzazz to your favorite drink; Most cocktail rims only take a few minutes to put together, and are a great way to add a burst of flavor to compliment what you're drinking. The best part is that you can save money and get a m ...more

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