I never buy Royce's Nama Chocolate before, but I understand that they tasted real good but expensive too hahaha! But with only 3 ingredients, you can easily replicate one at home! It tasted good enough for me, rich and creamy with bitter aftertaste as I've followed the recipe using chocolate with 70% cocoa.
Chilled in fridge till firm and cut into 36 squares
Dust over cocoa powder and serve immediately!
- 400gm good quality dark chocolate (70% cacao)
- 200ml dairy cream (38% fat)
- 1/2 tbsp vanilla paste (optional)
- cocoa powder for coating
- Line a 8" x 8" shallow pan with parchment paper.
- Chop the chocolate finely. Place in a medium mixing bowl.
- Add the dairy cream into a small saucepan. Bring to a simmer over medium heat. When bubbles appear around the saucepan, remove from heat immediately.
- Pour the hot cream into chopped chocolate and stir till chocolate are completely dissolved. Stir in vanilla paste.
- Pour the mixture into the lined pan. Smooth out the surface with a spatula. Chill in fridge until firm.
- Remove the chocolate from the pan and cut into 36 cubes using a warm knife.
- Dust cocoa powder over and serve it chilled. Can be keep in fridge for 2-3 days.
This post is linked to the event, Little Thumbs Up organised by Bake for Happy Kids and My Little Favourite DIY, and hosted by Diana from the Domestic Goddess Wannabe
This looks exactly like those from Royce! I've only eaten once, can't remember how it tastes already, time to make yours!
May I know where you got the dairy cream (38%) from? And what brand is it? Looking forward to making this for my boyfriend and thanks for sharing! :)
Anonymous ...I used emborg brand, u can check the package for the fats content level. Go major supermarket you will most likely to locate it.
Thanks for your reply! However I am only able to locate emborg brand whipping cream at 35.1% fats (image link below). I could not find the 38% one even though I have been to most of the supermarkets. Is it fine to use this 35.1% whipping cream?
Anonymous...not necessary u must use Emborg brand, as long as fats % above 35% should be fine.
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