Very Dark Maple Syrup Truffles by Paul .A. Young

  • Total Time

    1h 30m
  • Serves

    20


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I believe the tastiest most impressive food often has the fewest ingredients and always the very best quality ingredients. Keeping things simple has always been a rule of mine with most of my recipes and the results can be stunning. Celebrate a few amazing ingredients is always a winning combination. 

Method

  1. Melt the dark chocolate and mix in the salt and maple syrup with a whisk.

  2. Pour into a cling film lined tray/tin/bowl so the mix is 10mm deep.

    Refrigerate for an hour.

  3. Cut the set mixture into cubes with a hot dry knife.

  4. With your hands coat each cube with a thin layer of cooled milk chocolate  and place into the cocoa powder dusting them until covered fully.

  5. Leave to set in the cocoa powder for 2 minutes then remove

  6. Remove excess cocoa powder from the truffles by shaking them in a sieve.

  7. Eat and store at room temperature.

     

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