Saturday, 15 February 2014

White Lemon chocolate with pistachio nuts



Fragrant white lemon chocolate with crunchy pistachio nuts.

Ingredients:

200 g swiss white vanilla  chocolate
3 drops of lemon essence
1 teaspoon lemon zest
1 tablespoon roasted pistachio nuts finely chopped

Method:

1.Break the chocolate into small pieces.
2.Place the chocolate in a glass bowl over a double boiler .
3.Melt the chocolate once its all melted, add the lemon essence, chopped pistachio nuts and lemon zest and mix it together.
4.Pour the melted chocolate into silicon shaped moulds and tap the moulds to disperse any air bubbles.
5.Place the silicon moulds filled with chocolate in the fridge to set.
6.Demould the chocolate and place in  gift box .


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38 comments:

  1. I've just started making chocolate treats for my girls ... these sound yummy!

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  2. I've just started making chocolate treats for my girls ... these sound yummy!

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  3. These look lovely. I might have to try making these

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    1. Easy and simple to make and they make perfect gifts.

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  4. These look amazing. And lemon and pistachio - what a great combination. They look yummy :)

    Donna x

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  5. Thats a wonderful chocolate combo....Love the rose shape ...

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  6. wow... love that lemony flavor to white chocolate...

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  7. wonderful... white chocs nd pistachios nd lemon.. luvd the combo

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  8. I am always making sweet treats with my grandchildren when they come to stay, these seem so easy to make, this half term we shall definitely make these for them to take home as gifts for their Mummys.

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    1. I am sure the kids are going to love making these.You can play with different flavours.

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  9. Wow these look and sound amazing

    Cat
    http://www.rockandrollpussycat.co.uk

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  10. I've been making chocolate this week in silicone moulds too, makes it much easier.

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    1. I love silicon moulds they make pretty chocolates and are so versatile.

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  11. These would make a beautiful gift for someone - I'd be tempted just to make them for me and my husband though so we could eat them all.

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  12. These look so pretty and am sure must be delish as well. The combination is wonderful...

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  13. These sound absolutely delicious, I'm obsessed with pistachios and mixing them with chocolate (and lemon) is ingenious! I'm going to give these a go and I'll be sure to link back to you as of how I did!

    Rose

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    1. +Rose Wilkinson I hope you enjoy making them.

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  14. Oh wow! These look amazing! Would make a fantastic gift too :) x

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  15. These sound amazing, my bf is going to give this a go! They look really creative too x

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  16. Wow Nayna! They look so super tasty! You should open your own shop with little chocolate bites ;) I'll be your regular customer!

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  17. Oh my god, these look incredible!! I adore anything white chocolate, this combination sounds perfect.

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  18. These sound and look delicious, Will have to try and make some when the kiddies are in bed :)

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  19. Excellent recipe they look yummy!!

    Helen X
    www.allthebeautifulthings.co.uk

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  20. These look so nice for gifts for people!

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  21. they looks really beautiful! :) Loved that recipe! :)

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  22. very beautifully shaped chocolates !! lovely recipe !!

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  23. What a fabulous combination - and looks so pretty too. Great idea to eat at home never mind to give away for gifts!

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  24. Looks yummy! However, I don't think I'll make them. When you reach the age of four-score years and ten, you have to take care not to over indulge. ;-)
    Visiting from UBC. http://t.co/vQDM8MHsqW

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  25. some of my favourite flavours, lemon, white chocolate and vanilla - heavenly!

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  26. Sounds delicious! I think I have a similar rose mould, may give this a go!

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  27. What a good idea to make your own choccies. I would totally go for this flavour.

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  28. So pretty, and they would make the perfect gift!
    Janie x

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  29. They look nice, especially the rose shaped ones.

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