Jamie Oliver’s DIY Christmas Chocolate Truffles Recipe

  • Bottle Of Vin Santo
  • Bundle Biscotti
  • Cocoa Powder
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  • Ful Of Mixed Nuts (Brazil Sandwiches
  • Toasted Almonds
  • Hazelnuts)
  • A Splash Of Br
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  • A Pinch Sea Salt
  • Great Quality Dark Chocolate (70 Per Cent Cocoa Sol.


  • Broken Into Small Pieces
  • Finely Grated Zest From 1 Clementine
  • A Knob Of Unsalted Butter
  • Dual Cream
  • Jamie Oliver’s Christmas DIY Chocolate Truffles
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Jamie Oliver’s DIY Christmas Chocolate Truffles

All these are deconstructed chocolate truffles and if you organize this well on a table, I am telling you, you’ll have some eager guests


Place the lotion in a pan over a medium heat and let it warm. You do not need it boiling, simply sexy.

After tiny bubbles start to look, add the knob of butter and the clementine zest. Once the butter has melted, pour this warm mixture over the chocolate bits whisking as you go so the chocolate melts slowly and nice. In the event the mix divides slightly, do not worry, you can bring it right by including a splash of boiling water.

Add a pinch of salt to the mixture, it might seem bonkers, however, the tiniest pinch of salt really makes chocolate taste even chocolatier! Stir into a splash.

Once completely melted and smooth, pour your melted chocolate mixture into a wonderful little serving dish or bowl.

Pop up this in the fridge for approximately 2 hours to place. Christmas is a busy time so you can do this a couple of days before you require it if you want. About 30 minutes before you are ready to make your truffles pull the bowl out of the fridge and let the chocolate warm up to room temperature.

Set your mixed nuts into a plastic bag and use a rolling pin to bash them up quite finely. Get some little saucers or snacks and set the nuts in a single and your cocoa powder at the other. Set a teacup full of boiled water onto the tray and then pop a few teaspoons in there to scooping the chocolate.

Get everyone around the table to spoon their own truffles out of the dish and then roll them in cocoa powder crushed nuts or anything else you fancy. Or you can let them smear their truffles above a biscotti like some posh Nutella! Drink with a couple glasses of your chilled Vin Santo.

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