The 4 types of chocolate

The Enchanting World of Chocolate: An Exploration of Four Types

Delve into the rich varieties of chocolate and discover the unique flavors and textures of dark, milk, white, and ruby chocolate
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Keyword: dark chocolate, milk chocolate, Ruby Chocolate, White Chocolate

Notities

Fondant Chocolate

  • Ingredients:

    • Cocoa mass
    • Cocoa butter
    • Sugar (sometimes a small amount to reduce bitterness)
  • Procedure:
    • Cocoa liquor is mixed with sugar (if using).
    • The mixture is heated and thoroughly mixed until smooth, liquid.
    • The liquid chocolate is poured into molds and cooled to solidify.

Milk chocolate

  • Ingredients:
    • Cocoa mass
    • Cocoa butter
    • Sugar
    • Powdered milk
  • Procedure:
    • Cocoa liquor is mixed with cocoa butter, sugar and milk powder.
    • The mixture is heated and thoroughly mixed until smooth, liquid.
    • The liquid chocolate is poured into molds and cooled to solidify.

White Chocolate:

  • Ingredients:
    • Cocoa butter
    • Sugar
    • Powdered milk
  • Procedure:
    • Cocoa butter is mixed with sugar and powdered milk.
    • The mixture is heated and thoroughly mixed until smooth, liquid.
    • The liquid white chocolate is poured into molds and cooled to solidify.

Ruby Chocolate:

  • Ingredients:
    • Cocoa mass from special “ruby” cocoa beans
    • Sugar
    • Powdered milk
  • Procedure:
    • Cocoa mass from ruby cocoa beans is mixed with sugar and milk powder.
    • The mixture is heated and thoroughly mixed until smooth, liquid.
    • The liquid ruby chocolate is poured into molds and cooled to solidify.
These are the basic steps and basic ingredients for the production of the 4 different types of chocolate. The choice of cocoa beans and the proportions of ingredients can vary to achieve different flavor profiles.

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