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Brittle of White Chocolate

With the Oysterize a few simple steps a delicious and surprisingly light chocolate that you can use as part of a dessert or with coffee or tea.

 

Preparation time: 3 hours ( active for 15 minutes )

 

NO KIDDE or ISI needed

 

Ingredients:

350 gr White chocolate - Callebaut W2

 

Preparation:

1) Chill 2 Oysterize's (not in the freezer)

 

2) Heat 2/3 of the chocolate to 45 ᵒC (e.g. sous vide in a vacuum bag )

 

3) Add the remaining 1/3 to the melted chocolate

 

4) Add oxygen to the chocolate with a simple kitchen mixer with whisks. This will cause the temperature to increase slightly and become slightly more liquid (29-30 ᵒC)

 

5) Pour 170 g of the chocolate into a 500cc container

 

6) Place the tray in a cool Oysterize and vacuum bag

 

7) Vacuum the Oysterize and stop the process when the chocolate has expanded sufficiently.

 

8) Place the result in the freezer

 

9) Only fill container 2 now and repeat from step 5

 

10) After an hour the chocolate in the freezer has hardened sufficiently.

 

Additional Tips:

-An elastic around the Oysterize and the vacuum bag ensures that the result is even better, especially if the process is stopped before full vacuum is reached.

-Put the tray in the cooled Oysterize just before it is vacuumed to prevent the chocolate from solidifying before it has a chance to expand

- After step 4, the chocolate can also be transferred to a piping bag to fill (silicone) molds that fit into the Oysterize.

- Before or after melting the chocolate, something extra can be added. Butterscotch, crackling sugar, ground dried fruit ......

 

 

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