Chocolate cup balls


Anything Is Good

If It’s Made With Chocolate

By- Jo Brand

Chocolate cup balls

I guess we all here are chocolate lovers be it light or dark chocolate. Cooking with chocolate is always fun and in this process you can get your kids involved.

Making chocolate balls are a complete fun process but making the cups can get a bit tricky as they tend to break fast.

If the weather you are working is hot, take special care for the chocolate cups, rest everything is simple.

This can be served at kids birthday party or kitty party. Will definitely be an eye catcher with the guests.

Make these chocolate cup balls two days prior, so that you don’t have to rush in the last moment.

So let’s see what goes in making these yummy chocolate cup balls…

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Chocolate Cup Balls

Ingredients :

  • 2 large pack Good day biscuits (or any biscuit)
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla essence
  • 300 grams melted dark chocolate
  • 2 variety of sprinklers
  • Chocolate syrup for garnish (optional)

Method :

  • Crush biscuits and grind to fine powder
  • Place them in a mixing bowl
  • Knead a soft dough using milk,vanilla essence
  • Roll them into small balls
  • Let them set for 1 hour in refrigerator
  • Meanwhile coat cupcake liners or cups with melted chocolate
  • It should be thick base
  • Flip the cup upside down and let the excess chocolate drip
  • Let this cup set in refrigerator for 1 hour or 2
  • After 2 hours bring cups out of the refrigerator
  • And gently remove the cups without breaking them, this is a bit tricky if one is doing it for the first time.
  • Be patient and do
  • Once the cups are out of the liner, place them again in the refrigerator, so that it doesn’t melt.
  • Getting to the biscuit balls
  • After 1 hour dip the balls in melted chocolate and coat it well on all sides
  • Roll it into sprinklers and place them in a plate to dry
  • When all the balls are coated well, remove the chocolate cups from the refrigerator and place these balls in them
  • Drizzle with some chocolate syrup if you wish
  • Serve them just before the party begins
  • Enjoy this chocolaty cups
  • Hope you enjoyed this recipe do comment and let me know
  • Until then keep exploring…….

Rating: 1 out of 5.

Eggless dark chocolate mousse


I have already posted a mousse recipe before, today I am posting mousse recipe with dark chocolate. As said making mousse is super easy one with only 3 ingredients. Loved by everyone in the house and the best part is that you can store it in refrigerator,use if you have guests over.

Dark chocolate mousse

A hassel free recipe where you can involve your kids aswell.This chocolate mousse was made by my twins,where one went chopping the chocolate and the other went whisking.

So,let’s check out the recipe

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Eggless Chocolate mousse

Ingredients:

  • 300 grams dark/semi dark chocolate
  • 500 grams fresh cream
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
Soft peak of mousse

Method:

  • Take a bowl pour in the cream
  • Place it on the burner
  • Cook till you notice the edges boiling
  • Off the flame
  • Remove from the gas
  • Chop chocolate and keep in a bowl
  • Pour the hot cream on the chocolate
  • Mix it well using a whisk
  • Mix till the chocolate has melted
  • Add in vanilla extract
  • Refrigerator it overnight
  • Next day remove it from the refrigerator
  • Whisk it on high speed for 2 to 3 minutes
  • Once you notice soft peaks stop blending
  • Pour the mixture into the piping bag
  • Fill the cups and glasses
  • Serve them chilled.
  • Eggless Chocolate mousse is ready
  • Until then keep exploring….
  • Cups have being filled by my teens here,so a bit messy

Eggless white chocolate mousse


Ammm…is the feeling whenever I have a mousse soft and light just like clouds you can say refreshing and this lifts my mood up.The best way to be happy have a mousse πŸ˜ƒ

Eggless white chocolate mousse

The simplest and easy way to make eggless mousse,as you might know this is a vegetarian blog where I don’t even use eggs and making mousse did sound difficult for me,but came across a site where this fuss-free and delicious mousse recipe was posted sweetnessandbite.com

Eggless white chocolate mousse

Having this white chocolate mousse just reminded me of my school days where in class fourth we were gifted with milky bar which was newly launched and one more candy which was called doodh ki goli which was white in colour we use to buy this from one of our favourite shop and that uncles name was champaklal, oh what a childhood we had with so many friends around age,colour,gender no bar innocence at it’s best,whom I have never met since then.

A lovely recipe for any birthday party’s or kitty party and chritsmas being around you can make them and store in the fridge.This is going to be a super hit mousse for you and kids.

Eggless white chocolate mousse

Let’s get the recipe

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Eggless white chocolate mousse

Ingredients:

  • 500 ml Amul fresh cream
  • 300 grams white chocolate bars
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla essence
  • Sprinkles for garnish

Method:

white chocolate n fresh cream
soft peak
  • Chop white chocolate into pieces
  • Keep into a glass bowl
  • Take a saucepan pour in Amul fresh cream and let it boil
  • When you see the edges of the cream bubbling off the flame
  • Pour the cream into the chopped chocolate
  • Mix it with a whisk
  • Mix till the chocolate melts compeletly
  • Add in vanilla essence in it
  • Refrigerate it overnight
  • Next morning bring out the mixture
  • Blend it on high speed for about 5 minutes without stopping
  • or until you notice soft peaks of the cream
  • Once peaks have formed stop blending
  • Pour the mixture in a piping bag
  • Fill cups or glass with this mixture
  • Again refrigerate
  • your white chocolate mousse is ready
  • Serve them chiiled
  • Sprinkle them with some coloured sprinklers
  • Enjoy this amazing and delicious eggless mousse
  • I bet you won’t stop asking for more
  • Until then keep exploring….

Samosa recipe/ How to make samosa


This generation is divided into two parts half being the pizza gang and half being the Indian samosa gangπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚I hope you agree,if not you are free to do soπŸ˜‰but if you take on a serious note there still are people who would give away pizza for samosa and with people I mean the younger generation.

And the gang that I am talking about is none other than my twins,they love samosa.The street from where they pass by for classes has a small hotel from where aroma of Deep frying samosas just make you feel hungry and wanting to just have , from that place samosa have become my twins fav,in either way it had to happen as their dad is a hardcore fan of Samosa πŸ˜ƒ.

Coming from Uttar Pradesh where all the samosa and chaat stuff started making them was never a big deal and every house had their own way of making masala.The whole trick lies in the masala or stuffing of samosa a little bit here n there with the masala you are gone,so perfect quantity of spices is the main stuff.

This recipe which I am sharing is the one made by all the local shopkeepers from Purvanchal region and main bazar of our native place that’s Pattinarendrapur,any person who has tried samosa from UP will get easily connect to it by have this one.

Now,lets get the recipe

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Look at the picture aren’t they tempting.

Samosa

Makes around for ten people.

Ingredients

  • Half kg maida/All purpose flour
  • 1 kg potato/boiled and mashed
  • Oil for deep frying, shortening and frying masala
  • 1 tablespoon kalonji n ajwain
  • Salt for the dough and stuffing
  • Water
  • 200 grams coriander leaves
  • 10 green chillies or as per taste
  • 1 tablespoon coriander seeds
  • 10 cloves of garlic
  • 1 tablespoon Red chilli powder
  • 2 tablespoon coriander powder
  • 1 tablespoon saunf/fennel seed
  • 1/2 tablespoon rai/mustard seed
  • 1/4 tablespoon hing/asofetida
  • 1/2 tablespoon amchur powder
  • 1/2 tablespoon Haldi powder
  • 5 to 6 curry leaves

Method

  • Now that you have boiled and mashed potatoes keep it aside
  • Take a blender jar and blend all this ingredients- green chillies, coriander leaves, haldi powder, coriander seeds,garlic, curry leaves and coriander powder with little water
  • Keep the paste aside

  • Heat kadhai with oil add rai let it crackle
  • Add saunf/fennel seeds,saute
  • Pour in the paste and fry till oil leaves the sides
  • Now add in salt,amchur powder and hing
  • Cook for a second
  • Add in the mashed potatoes
  • Give it a nice mix,here you need some muscle powerπŸ˜€
  • Let them cool
  • Meanwhile knead the dough with salt,oil,kalonji,ajwain and water

  • Start rolling into disc shape and cut into half
  • Make triangular shape

  • And stuff the potato mixture
  • And seal the ends by pressing well or applying water at the edges
  • Stuff all the samosas in that shape and keep ready

  • Heat oil for deep frying
  • Start frying all the samosas till light brown in colour
  • Serve them with dahi or chutney
  • Have a party then do try this samosas make them before and stock,just microwave them before the party starts and serve hot
  • You can even have samosas with gujarti kadhi they really taste yum check the link here http://Gujarathi kadhi
  • Until then keep exploring….
  • Thank you for stopping by

Flavoured chocolate


Chocolate in any form is loved by 😊all this statement is so damm old,now but still what it says is true.Just tried to experiment with white chocolate compound and thought why not add flavours to this compound to make it more fancy.first i added liquid flavour to the white and the compound turned into solid form,which is not recommendable .so if you are trying to make them do use powdered flavour from a confectionary shop.

Mango flavoured chocolate was one of the favourite in my house 😊I made fennel chocolate, mango flavour and coffee flavour. You can make any flavour whichever is available. It’s very simple in making and quick in finishing πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

They say………There’s no WE in chocolate πŸ˜‰

Let’s get the recipe right away

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Ingredients

  • 1 packet white milk compound
  • 1 tablespoon coffee powder
  • 1 fennel powder
  • 1 tablespoon mango powder
  • Silicon chocolate moulds

Method

  • Divide white compound into 3 parts
  • Break the compound into pieces
  • Double boil it
  • Once it starts melting add coffee powder ,mix it well
  • Pour into the moulds
  • Let them set
  • In the same manner melt the next two more batches of compound with the rest of flavour like mango and fennel
  • Pour them into the moulds
  • And set
  • Enjoy your flavoured chocolate

Mango Salsa


Yes,you heard it right Mango salsa this is a complete seasonal recipe and made best during mango season. As the produce is fresh,not cold storage one.Ripe mangoes with some salt and pepper makes it really delicious and lipsmacking.With few ingredients from your pantry you can make this super tasty salad.We basically eat them with roti.I have used Alhanso mangoes in this dish you can use whichever mango available near you.

Salsa- This is basically Latin American word,salsa means tomatoes, onions and green chillies sauce or mixture. Salsa is a American dance form also.

In Purvanchal the mixture of onions,tomatoes and green chillies with coriander leaves is called kukhumber.Every place has its own version with some twist.

No one is a born cook

You learn it,by cooking

😊This saying is completely true if you think that you can cook,then you can cook.

Let’s get the recipe

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Ingredients

  • 1 ripe mango (i have used alhanso here)
  • 2 tomatoes chopped
  • 1 onion chopped
  • 1 green chilli finely chopped
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1/2 tablespoon salt
  • Coriander and mint leaves for garnish

Method

  • Take a bowl assemble all the given ingredients
  • Mix them well
  • Garnish with coriander leaves
  • Top it with mint leaves
  • Your Mango Salsa is ready to be served
  • Enjoy…
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