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Published on Mar 20, 2011
When i was a little girl, my mother used to make home made chocolate pretty often. She used to pour out the chocolate in a backing pan (yeah, we used to make quantities...) and using the leftovers on the sides of the cooking dish, she used to make little chocolate balls, for me only :) i love it... It was only a couple of years ago when i found out, that she intentionally left more chocolate in the cooking dish, so that she could make the little balls for me. I love her very very much!!
SO, here goes the recipe: (but it's mostly by the eye...)
1 cup sugar 1 cup water 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder 1 cup of milk powder 1 cup chopped nuts / raisons / shredded coconut - optional.
You will need to butter a pan to transfer the chocolate in. If you have a wire whisk, it will help eliminate the lumps in the cocoa powder and milk powder.
Once the sugar sirup gets thick enough, you have to move quickly: the mixture gets thick very quickly.
Butter makes the chocolate thinner while the milk powder will make it thicker.
When the chocolate is done, you can take little balls of the mixture and roll them in shredded coconut, ground nuts, etc.