Trying to find a fantastic chocolate dessert recipe that is rich, delectable and satisfying yet easy to fix? Then this chocolate beignet is for you. Impress your friends and family with this spectacular dessert. This chocolate donut is such a delicious chocolate dessert to make that it would be a crime not to share it with you.
There is nothing like a cozy and intense conversation over coffee and chocolate, both of which are strong stimulants. This recipe for chocolate beignets (French doughnuts without holes) is like no other chocolate donut you have ever tried before and the perfect match to a rich cup of coffee. Inside the fried dough is a ball of dusky and intoxicating chocolate truffle that will melt in your mouth, and move your soul to rapture.
Follow these easy steps to create this yummy treat.
Cooking Recipe Preparation time 15 minutes Cooking Recipe Ingredients 20 chocolate truffles 0.27 lbs. flour 1 egg yolk 1 egg 1 oz. granulated sugar 0.53 oz. baking powder Powdered sugar Cooking recipe preparation instructions 1. The beignet is comparable to what is known has donut. 2. Mix all the dry ingredients, sugar, yeast, baking powder, and flour in a bowl. 3. Add the egg yolk and the entire egg. Mix the whole in order to obtain smooth beignet dough. 4. First, soak the truffles in the beignet dough, and then put them rapidly in hot frying oil, so that the chocolate does not melt and the beignets directly obtain a golden color directly.
This recipe serves 4-6 people.
Chocolates are mild anti-depressants and increases the happy chemicals (serotonin and endorphin) produced in the brain. Chocolate, especially strong, dark and bitter aromatic chocolate such as the ones used in this recipe, also has a small quantity of caffeine mimicking the effects of mild amphetamines; no wonder chocolate is so addictive. Coated with a deliciously fried batter and sprinkled with icing sugar, this chocolate dessert is as close as you can get to ecstasy (via legal means). What is more, deep and
dark chocolate is known to be an aphrodisiac and according to recent studies, boosts blood flow in particular areas of the brain which helps increase mental alertness for two to three hours. It is said that Napoleon Bonaparte used to carry a chocolate around in his pocket wherever he went and ate one for a mental boost and immediate surge of energy. Dinner or lunch will cease to be a bore when you serve some of these little bombs of chocolates. Inside the core of chocolate truffles is a soft and moist chocolate ganache. This recipe allows you to enjoy layer after layer of pleasure: the crispy brown crust, the cocoa powder coating, the hard chocolate shell, and the creamy chocolate filling. You can also work with other kinds of truffles (with other fillings like mint, nuts, caramel, berries, toffee, marshmallows, and so on) and have fun with this recipe.