Is there anything better than melted chocolate? This decadent treat can be used to make indulgent dipping sauces, to mould easter eggs and truffles, or even as a part of a rich icing or ganache! Melting chocolate can, however, often be a risky business. Getting the consistency right takes practice as you’ll want your melted chocolate to be silky and free from any lumps or graininess. As chocolate tends to contain a mix of fat and sugar, it’s also not hard to accidentally burn it or cause it to separate… If you’re searching for the best way to melt chocolate, you’ve come to the right place! Here we take you through what the melting point of chocolate means and then give you some expert baking tips on how to melt chocolate.
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