Filled chocolates with soft chocolate on the outside and marmalades that serve as a hidden treasure inside are among the indispensables of chocolate gourmets. Various flavors make our mouth watering even when we think about the taste of each aroma and the feeling of flavor left on the palate as the filling material spreads in the mouth. Filling chocolate, which is produced with various shaping methods and different production methods, is one of the chocolate varieties that appeal to the taste of everyone from 7 to 70.
It is possible to say that filling chocolate can have different flavors depending on the type of filling material it contains. At the same time, depending on whether the chocolate used in the outer coating is white chocolate, milk chocolate, dark chocolate or the newly discovered ruby chocolate, the flavor options that the filling chocolates can have increase. To briefly talk about the filling materials that can be used in the production of filling chocolates; Filling chocolates can be filled with blueberries, strawberries, hazelnuts, caramel or a different type of chocolate. This unlimited variety of materials offers a wide range of possibilities for the flavor of filling chocolates.
How to Make Filled Chocolate
You can easily make filling chocolates at home. Here are the materials you need to make the filling chocolates you want at home…
- Chocolate mold suitable for the amount of chocolate you want to make,
- Marmalade in the flavor you prefer for your filling material,
- The chocolate mold in the shape you want your chocolates to take.
First of all, you need to get a mold depending on the shape you want your chocolate to take. After preparing your mold, you should melt the chocolate mold in your hand. The bain-marie method is recommended for the melting process. Then, spread more than half of your melted chocolate in your mold and put it in the refrigerator to freeze. Add 2 tablespoons of cream to the remaining chocolate and mix by heating. Prepare the material of your choice for your interior. Take your frozen chocolates out of the fridge and fill your stuffing. Cover it with chocolate, put it back in the fridge to freeze. Your chocolates will be ready to be eaten when they are completely hardened.