Saturday, January 5, 2008

Almond Chocolate

This is my contribution for "JFI-Chocolate" event hosted by Deepa.

1 cup milk powder
3\4 cup sugar
1\2 cup water for making sugar syrup
1\2 cup chopped almond
1\2 tbsp chocolate powder

1 tbsp ghee or butter

Step 1: Boil water with sugar in big pan on medium flame.
Step 2: Make little thick syrup of sugar so you made soft chocolate.

Step 3: Turn off the flame and add one tbsp ghee in it.

Step 4: When ghee mix well then add chopped almond pieces and chocolate powder.

Step 5: After that add milk powder in prepared material and mix very well.

Step 6: Place in another plate for cooling.

Step 7: Cool for 20 minutes after that take little ghee in your palm and make small balls of almond chocolate.

Also submitting this to Bindiya's event called as “These are a few of my favorite things “. We will be celebration a big



Orchidea said...

Nice... this is a very interesting recipe. Happy New Year!

KayKat said...

Sounds simple and delicious!

bindiya said...

Kajal these look good!and sooo simple too, thanks for the entry!

rama said...

Hi kajal,
Your chocolate looks yummy! and so the taste too will be good. I almost visit ur blog daily to check for any new post. All your recipes are really good and i have tried many. Likewise i used to visit nandyala's and vcuisine's site but nowadays can't open vcuisine's. All of you are making a great job. Keep it up


Srivalli said...

Looks good Kajal..Like the way you show all the recipes step by step!

Menu Today said...

Hi Kajal,
Happy new year!!!!
Perfect looking Home made Chocolate.
Thanks for sharing this recipe.

Bharathy said...

Love those moist chocolate balls..home made!!yipee!!
Kajal,my sweetie pie,thanks a looot for thinking of me for sending over the ing..
I already received but I have addresses ready for you..

I've mailed you.Check out pls..

Sagari said...

those are great looking chocolate balls looks yummy yummy

Asha said...

Happy new year to you Kajal. Great sweet entry for new year!:))

easycrafts said...

You seem to be a chocolate fan...earlier too u posted a chocolate recipe and i just love these--all homemade and without eggs


Happy New Year to you Kajal!

Happy cook said...

Happy New year.
Love them. Almonds and chocolate who can resist it. delicious.
Loved the pictures

Cynthia said...

So you are a chocolate lover eh? :)

Pooja said...

wow, that looks really yummy ! let me grab one just now :) .
keep blogging dear. We miss your post with wonderful spices....

Laavanya said...

These look so yummy Kajal. Happy New Year.

Pelicano said...

Yes, I'd love one, thank you...

Latha said...

Hi Kajal,
These look delicious! Love u're step by step pictures.
Kajal, i got your message on meeting up! I would have loved to Kajal, except I am originally from Bangalore but right now i live in the US. My parents still live there and i hope to move back there.
But u have a great time in Bangalore and if u do have time, visit Restuarant "Halli Mane" in Malleswaram - u will be able to taste Ragi rotti there!

Kajal said...

Hello Orchidea,

Thanks for your nice words.
Good Day.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Kaykat,

This is simple but if you not get right sugar syrup then not come out result best.

Have a nice day....:))

Kajal said...

Hiiiiiiiii Bindiya,

You choose very fine ingredients so this is my simple entry for you. Nice to see you.:)

Kajal said...

Helloooooooo Rama,

Thanks for your nice appreciation. In those days I am not regular to post my recipe and not visit another blog but I am sure I tell you viji about your difficulty to open the blog. Viji is my good friend but seem last month I am not visit any one of my blog friend. I try to be regular in my blog. I am glad to see your comment.:)

Kajal said...

Hello Srivalli,

Thanks a lot!!!!
Good Day.:))

Kajal said...

Hiiiiii Menu Today,

Thanks for your quite words. Have a great day.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Bharathy,

Thanks for your nice mail. I am glad to see your mail and comment.

Great Day.:)

Kajal said...

Hello Sagari,

I am glad to see your nice words.

Kajal said...

Dear Asha,

Thanks for your lovely words. Good Day.:))

Kajal said...

Hiiiii Easycrafts,

Yes, I can’t resist chocolate.....So I post my new year first post in my blog with chocolate.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Raks Kitchen,

Thanks you.:)
U too!!!!

Kajal said...

Hello Happy Cook,

No one resist it. So I post it for all of you.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Cynthia,

Yes, I am chocolate lover. If you will make then send me....just kidding.:)

Kajal said...

Hello Pooja,

Thanks for your nice words. But I miss your vegetable of the week event if you start regular your blog then start your event. When I start my blog I remember my first entry for FHC started by VKN and second for your Independence Day event

Kajal said...

Hello Laavanya,

Good to see your pretty words. Happy New year!!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Pelicano,

I am glad to see your nice words.
Have a great day...:))

Kajal said...

Hi Latha,

Thank you dear I have misunderstood in you and another latha blog friend but it ok dear friend. I have another good friend whose name is Latha and she is basically from Bangalore. I will try to visit “Halli Mane” restaurant and taste Ragi Rotti. Thanks for your nice comment.


deepali said...

Hi Kajal,
Your chocolates are very good.
please write recipes for fafda and jalebi.

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