Caramelised White Chocolate, Burnt Butter And Tahini Cake
Caramelised White Chocolate, Burnt Butter And Tahini Cake. Put the white chocolate on a baking tray and put in the oven for an hour. Every 15 minutes or so, give the chocolate a stir with a spatula. It will start to turn a little darker in colour and chalky in consistency (don’t worry – it will be fine). After an hour the chocolate should taste caramelised. Take out of the oven and put in a heatproof mixing bowl.
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How To Make Caramelized White Chocolate. Ivoire is 34% cocoa butter, which is higher than many other white chocolates, but I don’t see any reason why this technique shouldn’t work with one with a lower cocoa butter content*. Of course, be sure to use real white chocolate, and stay away from those silly imposters that deceptively call themselves “white coating” or something like that.
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