Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Warm Dark Chocolate Sauce with Raspberries
Varm Chokladsås med Hallon



I don't know about you, but in our family, comfy pants date night is a thing. There's that magical moment when we've finally gotten the kids to bed, and we look at each other, take a deep breath, and relax for the first time all day. Then we put on comfy pants and have some fika.

Some nights I like to class things up a little and make something special, but still quick and easy. This warm chocolate sauce by Roy Fares, one of my favorite Swedish bakers, is perfect. Made with pureed raspberries and melted dark chocolate, it reminds me of my favorite fudge, but poured hot over fresh raspberries and mini marshmallows.

The best part? It's ready in 15 minutes.




This chocolate sauce would also make a great panna cotta, with one additional step. Just add two gelatin sheets (or a tablespoon of powdered gelatin) while it's still warm, and pour into small serving glasses. Let it set in the fridge for at least two hours before you dig in.




Fancy enough to serve to dinner guests, but easy enough to make before your favorite tv show comes on. It doesn't get better than that!




Ibland måste man få mysa till det litet extra på kvällen med den man älskar. Den här varma chokladsåsen är gjord på hallonpuré och mörk choklad och är härligt fyllig och len i smaken. Den serveras i portionsglas över färska hallon och minimarshmallows, enkelt men vackert! Ett tips är att göra pannacotta av chokladsåsen. Tillsätt ett gelantinblad i såsen och häll sedan upp i glas som får stå ett par timmar i kylen. Garnera med färska hallon.



Warm Chocolate Sauce with Raspberries
by Roy Fares
6 portions

400 g raspberries (fresh or frozen)
150 g dark chocolate, 70%
250 g heavy cream
200 g milk, 3%
80 g sugar

For garnishing:
fresh raspberries
mini marshmallows
lemon balm or fresh mint


Directions:

  1. Put the raspberries in a blender and puree. Pour the puree through a strainer to get rid of the seeds. 
  2. Chop the chocolate into smaller pieces and put aside in a bowl. In a saucepan, combine the raspberry puree, cream, milk and sugar, and let come to a boil. Pour the mixture over the chocolate and let melt. Use a hand mixer to create a smooth chocolate sauce.
  3. Put some fresh raspberries, marshmallows and lemon balm (or mint) in glasses or small bowls for each serving. Pour the warm chocolate sauce into a carafe or other glass and serve.



3 comments:

  1. This is simply awesome & it is looking so yummy .My mouth is full of water, I just want to eat this right now.I will try this at my home for sure :)

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