Introduction: Chocolate-Hazelnut Brittle

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A very quick gift that will impress! You can use hazelnuts or any other nuts or cranberries, raisins, dried fruits.. it is up to you, be creative!

Step 1:

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You need:

200 g dark Chocolate with Chili
300 g dark Chocolate at least 80%
(you can use 500 g dark chocolate if you do not like the chili)
200 g Hazelnuts

Melt the chocolate over a bain Marie.

The melted chocolate should reach a temperature of 100 C and melted completely.

Step 2:

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Mix the melted chocolate with the hazelnuts and spread this on a sheet of baking paper. Put into the fridge for 10-15 minutes and then break into big pieces.

Comments

lazemaple (author)2014-12-16

Wouldn't this be chocolate-hazelnut BARK rather than Brittle? Brittle is sugar, water, nuts, butter etc cooked to the hard candy stage [hard ball].

Pane-Bistecca (author)lazemaple2015-01-15

Yes probably. My mother language is not English. I checked the internet and found several chocolate recipes called Brittle, so I titled it this way. But come to think BARK sounds a lot better! Thanks.

atehzab (author)2013-02-26

Wow!! these look so delicious, no doubt they'll taste even more delicious!

Pane-Bistecca (author)atehzab2013-02-26

Yes they do, if you use good quality chocolate.

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2013-02-22

Your recipes sound so delicious and your photos are just amazing :D

Thank you very much! Yes, I work hard with my camera... :D

sunshiine (author)2013-02-21

Yum!

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