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Saturday, 11 April 2015

Homemade Chocolate Sauce ( without cream! )

This is my favorite Chocolate Sauce. It is rich, smooth, velvety  and so chocolatey!!!! It requires quite a few ingredients and is very very easy to prepare.

Homemade Chocolate Sauce

Just like my Homemade Caramel Sauce this is also prepared without cream and pairs excellent with ice cream. It can also be topped on cakes, muffins, cheesecakes or you could just sandwich it between two bread slices or even better just grab a spoon and enjoy it just like that!!

Homemade Chocolate Sauce

I personally love this Chocolate Sauce with Homemade Churros... ( recipe coming soon! ) Sugar rolled churros with hot Chocolate Sauce is an excellent match made in heaven!!! ( Chocolate heaven indeed!)
Homemade Chocolate Sauce

Homemade sauces are always quite handy to have in holiday seasons. Just top it on your favorite desserts, the possibilities are endless... So try it and let me know how you enjoyed it?
 

Homemade Chocolate Sauce

 Rich, smooth, velvety Chocolate Sauce!
 Prep time:  Cook time: 
 Total time: Yield: about 1 cup

Ingredients:
Milk: 1 cup 
Sugar: 2 tbsp 
Corn Flour: 2 tsp 
Dark Chocolate: 75 g 
Vanilla Essence: 1/4 tsp 
Butter: 2 tbsp


METHOD:
1) Mix 2 tbsp milk with corn flour till smooth.
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2) Take the remaining milk in a sauce pan and add sugar to it. Bring the milk to a boil and add the corn flour mixture.
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3) Whisk the milk continuously in medium flame until it becomes thick and coats the back of a spoon ( as shown in picture below, about 2-3 minutes ) Mix in the vanilla essence.
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4) Add the chopped chocolate and butter. Let it stand for a minute and then whisk until smooth.
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Ta da!!!! There you have it Smooth and glossy Chocolate Sauce....
Homemade Chocolate Sauce

NOTES:
1) Once cooled down you can store the sauce in refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
2) You can reheat the sauce just before using it.
3) Always reheat in low flame or else the chocolate can easily get burnt.
4) Just like the Caramel Filled Chocolates, you can use this chocolate sauce as a filling in the place of caramel,


Cheers,
Sindhiya.S

15 comments:

  1. I love chocolate sauce too, this looks divine!

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  2. This homemade chocolate sauce looks gorgeous and delish. Loved the fact that you skipped cream here! Lovely share! :D

    Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen

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  3. Yumm yummm, chocolate sauce is just excellent....

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  4. It's always worth the extra work for a homemade sauce!

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  5. Looks good, have to try this out:) A good alternative for whenever I am left out of cream.

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  6. perfect texture,looks too good :)

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  7. Texture and consistency of the sauce is perfect...love it

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  8. I love hot chocolate, cold chocolate, chocolate sauce, anything chocolate :))

    This recipe is a keeper!

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  9. I love hot chocolate, cold chocolate, chocolate sauce, anything chocolate :))

    This recipe is a keeper!

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  10. This looks amazing! I love that you didn't use cream.

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  11. looks so smooth and creamy!! lovely pics!!

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  12. Useful recipe...........love choco sauce with vanilla ice cream.must try.
    www.shobhapink.blogspot.in

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  13. hehehe..i know to do this, nw tats a first:P (U know chocolate grows on us every time we have it nd it always takes the top spot as favorite) who wouldn't like a hot chocolate?? smooth chocolaty creamy and one taste of it makes u to forget everything..;)

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  14. It's more of a very rich chocolate custard than a traditional fudge sauce, but what the hell, it tastes good and it saved me a trip to the shops. Great work!

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