Friday, 18 December 2009

Yummy Strawberries

Look what i did to mine, they look and taste wonderful....try it next time!
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you will need;
500 g plain chocolate, or milk chocolate, chopped
2 tbsp butter
500-600 g strawberries, fresh
method;
- Clean and wash strawberries. Insert a toothpick into each strawberry.
- Put chocolate and butter in a heatproof bowl. Heat in a bath of hot water, stirring occasionally until chocolate and butter melt. Leave to cool slightly but not harden.
- Hold strawberries from toothpicks and dip each strawberry into molten chocolate mixture. Turn strawberries upside down from the toothpick until chocolate holds shape. Arrange on a baking sheet until chocolate hardens.

7 comments:

katescrafts said...

Strawberries in December??????

Rainbow In The Grey Sky said...

I know kate but when i saw them in the market at 2 punnet's for £1 i couldn't resits and to my delight they were spot on on flavour! You know the UK , when is it never in season?

Somayya said...

AsSalaam Alaikum

Now that is just wicked - you know how long it is till we get strawberries here :(

Rainbow In The Grey Sky said...

no meant as a torture Sommayah sorry!

strangerinthisdunya said...

Salaam, we've had strawberries here this month too... from Egypt I think. Oh Somayya... I'm sure that when you do get strawberries they'll taste infinitely better than any other out of season ones though! My daughters like to dip in them in Nutella for a really 'quick fix'! Umm Ibrahim

Umm Salihah said...

Assalam-alaikam,
these look yum sis, my sister made something similar one Eid and it was a refreshing change from mithai.

I found two punnets for £1 recently too and they were better than expected. Still, nothing tastes like June's English strawberries...

Rainbow In The Grey Sky said...

Umm Saliha

yes i agree in season is better but you have not tasted Algeria's in season strawberries ...leaves the British ones way behind in taste believe me mashaAllah!

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