Peppery Truffles With Orange





Introduction: Peppery Truffles With Orange

Step 1: Ingredients

- Black chocolate - 100 g
- 150 g of sugar
- 100 g of butter
- 1 grinded orange
- 3 tbsp of black pepper
- 1 tbsp of oil
- 1 deciliter of sweet cream
- little paper baskets as molds for truffles

Step 2: Preparing Molds

Melt dark chocolate with one tbsp of oil, add 3 tbsp of black pepper.
Make with brush one layer of chocolate in paper baskets and put it in the fridge.
Repeat coating and return to the fridge to cool.

Step 3: Finish

During that time, cook sugar with sweet cream. Add grounded orange with peel.
When it's cool add butter.
Remove the baskets from the fridge and fill with orange filling.
And cover with the rest of dark chocolate.
Put it in the fridge to harden for half an hour and then remove the paper molds.
Enjoy  :-)



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    What does 1 deciliter of sweet cream stands for? How much contents of cream i.e. 200 ml. or 100 ml. In our country we get cream in ml or gms. Can we put in melted chocolate directly in paper basket moulds or any special type paper moulds are available? Please specify or else the melted chocolate will stick to paper moulds and paper will tear.

    Er, for the American who can't easily find kitchen stuff labelled in liquid metric, how many fluid ounces, tablespoons, cups whatever is a deciliter?

    Alternately, weight would work, most kitchen scales have a setting for grams. This sounds wonderfully nommy but the measurement for the cream is a showstopper.

    What is "grounded orange", is that a whole orange that's been through the blender? How much should we add?


    Thank you all very much. Glad you like it,. It is very tasty >:-)

    Can't choose witch recipe is the best! Everything here sounds delicious!!! :)

    Looks Really Yummy

    Great instructable, bu i would call them filled chocolates rather than truffles.
    Keep on cooking!