How Do You Thin Melted Chocolate?


If you find that your melted chocolate is too thick, there is a solution. First make sure that your chocolate has not just cooled too much. If so simple heat up a few seconds at a time in the microwave. If thinning is necessary, add a little bit of vegetable shorting until your chocolate is at the right consistency.
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How to Thin Melted Chocolate
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Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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