Chocolate (Hardcover) by Clark, Maxine
Hardcover; Published 10/1/2007; 144 Pages; ISBN 9781845974633
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If there's one thing that all chocolate lovers agree on, it is the pure pleasure one gets from eating it. In this definitive cookbook, Maxine Clark begins with recipes for Small Cakes and Cookies, such as her exquisite Chocolate Macaroons with Raspberry Buttercream. In Cakes and Teabreads, Maxine invites you to make a beautiful, dark Reine de Saba cake to impress your dinner guests, or to update a childhood classic by baking grown-up Sticky Chocolate Gingerbread. The Tarts, Pies, and Meringues chapter includes a sumptuous chocolate pavlova piled high with strawberries. Hot Desserts are not for the faint-hearted: Rich Pain Au Chocolat Pudding and Chocolate Rum and Raisin Rice Pudding transform old favorites. In Ice Creams, Sorbets, and Mousses there are lighter options such as Chocolate and Chestnut Mousse. Truffles and Confection will inspire you to make Mini Florentines, Chocolate Maple Fudge, or snowy White Chocolate Coconut Truffles. With Drinks, Sauces, and Glazes, you have an indispensable resource for sauces, ganaches, and custards. And for a treat, the Chocotini Cocktail will spice up any cocktail party.
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Remember that when melting chocolate for a chocolate fondue, never add water! Adding water to chocolate causes it to "seize"- meaning the cocoa particles separate from the cocoa butter, causing it to become grainy and unusable. Instead, use a few tablespoons of cream to melt chocolate- and make sure to gently warm the cream before adding it to the melting chocolate.