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Irish Stout Truffles 7 years 9 months ago #7

"Andrew":37oihgth wrote: 100ml double cream
100ml Irish craft stout
200ml 70% (or higher)
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Should that be 200 gms of Dark (70% or higher) Chocolate?

Had these before and they were awesome

Must make some!

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Irish Stout Truffles 7 years 9 months ago #8

Do you whisk the cream while bringing to the bubble? and does the beer get whisked in?

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Irish Stout Truffles 7 years 9 months ago #9

"Will_D":3kkice44 wrote:

"Andrew":3kkice44 wrote: 100ml double cream
100ml Irish craft stout
200ml 70% (or higher)
[/quote:3kkice44]

Should that be 200 gms of Dark (70% or higher) Chocolate?

Had these before and they were awesome

Must make some![/quote:3kkice44]

Yes Will, you are absolutely correct- 200gs.

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Irish Stout Truffles 7 years 9 months ago #10

"padraic":1ebq6xkp wrote: Do you whisk the cream while bringing to the bubble? and does the beer get whisked in?[/quote:1ebq6xkp]

Not while bringing the cream to the boil. And I've found you can stir the beer in to mix, it doesn't need a whisk

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Irish Stout Truffles 7 years 9 months ago #11

Do you have any suggestions what I do with the remaining 400 ml of Stout? <!-- s:mrgreen: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_mrgreen.gif" alt=":mrgreen:" title="Mr. Green" /><!-- s:mrgreen: -->

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Irish Stout Truffles 7 years 9 months ago #12

Well if you are set on not drinking it, add it to some stew or soup or something.
Or mix it with cream and brown sugar and boil for a few mins to make a lovely coffee like pancake syrup.

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