Strawberries are the perfect dessert to end a romantic meal for two or an elegant dinner. But buying covered strawberries can be very expensive. To make chocolate covered strawberries house is the ideal solution!
The fact is that by making chocolate covered strawberries is incredibly easy to do. All you need is a few strawberries and a good chocolate to melt.
Step 1: Choose strawberries. Choosing the right strawberries is important. Your covered strawberries will be as good as strawberries get you started. Of course, while stifling in chocolate tends to do much better, but still, you get better results with the best strawberries.
Here's what you should look for when you are picking berries: Try to find ripe strawberries. ripe strawberries are a good, bright red. Bigger is not always better, but when you make chocolate covered strawberries, large bays are much easier to work with. But maturity comes before size!
Step 2: Choose chocolate. It is important to choose the right chocolate for your chocolate covered strawberries. Here are some points to consider: Choose a chocolate that you like. If you prefer dark chocolate, go ahead. But if you like chocolate or white milk, which is the right choice for you. Choose a brand that you like. Chocolate chips are perfect. They are small, uniform in size and perfect for fusion.
Step 3: Melt the chocolate melt chocolate is the key to making the perfect chocolate covered strawberries. If you know how to temper chocolate, you can do it. Chocolate tempering is a process that allows the dry chocolate firm and hard so that your chocolate covered strawberries do not get sticky or melted. If you do not want to temper the chocolate, the best thing to do is heat the chocolate until it is melted just a little, then stir until smooth.
Step 4: Dip the strawberries. Once the chocolate is melted, the only thing left to do is dip fruit in chocolate. And it really is as easy as it sounds. Take your pot of chocolate and dip strawberries until the red is almost all covered - leaving a small discovery makes red strawberries in chocolate even more beautiful!
Here are some tips: Hold strawberries by the stem. Chocolate is deep first and then gets shallower as you go. Let dry strawberries in a baking sheet lined with wax paper. So if you need to move it easily. dipped chocolate covered strawberries can air dry in minutes. But if you do temper chocolate, you may need to store them in the refrigerator for about 45 minutes to harden the chocolate. After that, remove them, or the chocolate starts to sweat and fall berries.
In less than half an hour, you can be enjoying beautiful and elegant, strawberries with chocolate.