Recipe: Chocolate crunch slice

Posted by jerry on May 8th, 2004 — Posted in Journal, Recipes

Got a chocolate party to go to? This is a quick and easy – and delicious – chocaholic’s delight!

2 bars of dark cooking chocolate
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 teaspoon of instant coffee
1 egg (optional)
half a packet of milk arrowroot or other plain biscuits

Half fill a large pan with water, bring to boil. In a second (and smaller) pot put in the chocolate and margarine and put that pot in the larger one so it works as a ‘double boiler’ – the contents of the smaller pot should be melted slowly and stirred in together.
Boil a kettle and use just enough hot water to dissolve the instant coffee (about a teaspoon) and pour the coffee into the chocolate and stir in well.
Take a bowl and break the biscuits into pea-sized chunks.
Take the chocolate mix off the heat and allow to cool. Stir in the egg (optional).
Now add the biscuit pieces and stir until well covered in chocolate.
Pour the mix into a bar-tin lined with baking (greaseproof) paper
Refrigerate until set – about 2 hours.
Turn out the bar onto a board upside down, making sure the paper is completely removed, dust with icing sugar and slice thinly to serve.

This has been adapted from the recipe of a family friend called Makiko 🙂

Variations can include half a cup of mixed dried fruit, or nuts substituted for an equivalent amount of the biscuits.



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