Chocolate Covered Strawberries

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About Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Here is a easy chocolate covered strawberries recipe which you will love. Doing too much with strawberries like crushing it, making a pulp or jam just kills the essence of juicy red berries so making these chocolate strawberries shows the true love for these sweet berries. Here is a simple step by step how to make chocolate covered strawberries recipe just for the true strawberry lover.
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Recipe Time & More

Prep Time30 minutes
Cook Time20 minutes
Total Time50 minutes
Recipe TasteSweet
Servings - 2

Ingredients
 

  • Fresh red and firm strawberries - (10 -15) fresh
  • 50 gm Chocolate semisweet bar
  • Sprinkles
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Instructions
 

  • Just two ingredients, yes it can't be better than this. Take the strawberries and clean them nicely. Discard any if they have bruised or are little pulpy.
  • Pat dry with the kitchen paper towel first and then put it on kitchen paper towel so that they are completely dry. Check if there is any moisture is left. Drying them is the most important part.
  • Melt the chocolate in the double boiler over a very low flame, stirring frequently.
  • Once the chocolate melts completely, take one strawberry at a time and dip half of the strawberry holding the leaves of the strawberry gently. Caution - Don't break them as they will spoil the aesthetics of the fruit.
  • Let the excess chocolate drip into the saucepan and put it on waxed-paper.
  • How to decorate chocolate covered strawberries - Decorating these chocolate covered strawberries with sprinkle , white chocolate sauce or dark chocolate sauce makes it attractive.
  • The simplest one is to throw away some sprinkles. Let it sit for some time and keep in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Chocolate covered strawberries or Chocolate-dipped strawberries are ready to be serve once chilled. Enjoy as a evening snack.

Recipe Notes

To make a simple double boiler, Take a  big size deep vessel or utensil which can be filled with water and the smaller pan should have a handle so that it can rest on the bigger vessel. But if you are a professional baker and use chocolate extensively then buying a professional Double Boiler would ease your life. 
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