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Dark Fantasy White Forest Cake

Brought to you from the lands of the ancient, the white forest cake is a white chocolate cousin of the black forest cake. Packed with the same gooey goodness as in the much loved black forest, Dark fantasy brings you their own version, dazzled with pure indulgence of Choco Meltz and cherries. The fruity zest adds to the rich chocolate taste. Try it to delve into the deeper cornices of culinary pleasures.

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Ingredients and tools

Dark Fantasy Choco Meltz - 250 gm

Fresh cherries, stoned* - 100 gm

Chocolate garnishes - a few

For the white chocolate and mascarpone cream

Fabelle white chocolate - 80 gm

Cooking cream - 60 gm

Mascarpone cheese - 80 gm

Whipped cream - 80 gm

* alternate with red stone fruits

Tools

Oven, silicon mould or baking tin, sauce pan, spatula, whisk, piping bag and serving ware.

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To prepare

The white forest cake

Preheat the oven to 150oC.

Finely crush half the Dark Fantasy Choco Meltz and place in a silicon mould or baking tin.

Bake at 150oC for 10 minutes or until the cookie base is firm, allow to cool.

In a saucepan heat the cream and add to the broken pieces of white chocolate.

Stir gently until the chocolate is melted completely.

Combine the whipped cream with the mascarpone cheese and fold into the melted white chocolate.

Chill the mixture for an hour or until firm.

Using a piping bag, pipe a layer of the white chocolate and mascarpone cream on top of the cookie base.

Assemble the stoned cherries and remaining whole Dark Fantasy Choco Meltz, retaining a few as garnish.

Pipe the remaining white chocolate and mascarpone cream into the mould and smoothen the surface using a spatula.

Allow to set in the refrigerator.

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To Assemble

Demould the Dark Fantasy White Forest Cake. Garnish with fresh cherries, Dark Fantasy Choco Meltz and chocolate garnishes. Serve whole or sliced. Make this dessert a part of that dinner party you have been waiting for and surprise your guests or your special someone with a whole new play on flavours.

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Tools and such

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  • 1. Silicone muffin mould
  • 2. Ring cutter
  • 3. Palette knife
  • 4. Piping bag and nozzle
  • 5. Silicone spatula
  • 6. Silicone ring mould
  • 7. Grater
  • 8. Ice cream scoop
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  • 9. Digital wheighing scale
  • 10. Heavy bottom sauce pan
  • 11. Citrus zester
  • 12. Pastry brush
  • 13. Rectangle tart mould
  • 14. Electric whisker
  • 15. Baking tray
  • 16. Parchment paper
  • 17. Whisk
  • 18. Mixing bowl
  • 19. Disposable loaf baking pan