Apart from the basic types of chocolate - bittersweet, semisweet, milk and white -
you can choose to melt chocolate bars, chocolate chips, or discs of special ...
Stir frequently until chocolate is just melted, turn the heat off and dip away. ...
much to add, but a good place to start is about 1 tsp per 1 cup of chocolate chips.
Apr 28, 2014 ... You can use chocolate chips for quick-and-dirty dipping; they're meant to survive
in the oven after all, so a few gentle zaps in the microwave ...
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Feb 24, 2009 ... Use the rubber spatula to stir the crystallized chocolate into the melted chocolate.
If the chocolate is tempered, a knife tip dipped into tempered ...
Once you get acclimated to melting chocolate chips, you'll find you can use
melted chocolate chips as a dipping chocolate, in chocolate candy recipes,
Allow to air dry completely before dipping in melted chocolate. ... for gourmet
strawberries, you'll be melting chocolate chips for 30 seconds, then stirring them.
1 <sup>1</sup>⁄2 cups miniature semisweet chocolate chips (use pure chocolate chips) ...
candy onto a two-pronged fork, then completely dip candy into melted chocolate.
This sweet and decadent recipe uses chocolate melted in the microwave. ...
Holding the strawberry by the stem, dip the fruit into the dark chocolate, lift and ... I
just added some mini-chocolate chips all over some, and some shredded
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I have been dipping chocolates for many years. .... For melting chocolate she
always used Gulf (paraffin) Wax ... it thins the chocolate perfectly and makes it
easier to work, doesn't .... How do I make my own chocolate chips?