Thursday, October 15, 2009

Celebrating Diwali with hand made chocolates

 

 

Wish all the readers of Asan Khana Happy Diwali,

my bags are packed I will be leaving for Diwali Celebration tomorrow to my inlaws place ,prepared some hand made chocolates to gift ,tried my hands making Hazelnut bites,Choco coconut ball and Choco Almond nugget.

Hazelnut Bites

Ingredient needed

Sugar syrup half cup

Hazelnut half cup

Tempered Chocolate as per need

PROCEDURE

Keep hazelnut for 2 to 3 minutes in sugar syrup

Take them put and roll them over tempered chocolate

Keep on butter paper and leave to set.

Chocococonut Balls

Tempered Chocolate

Grated coconut powder

Edible decoration to decorate

Procedure

Mix grated coconut powder with tempered chocolate

Shape into small balls

Decorate with edible decoration

Keep on butter paper to set

Choco Almond Nugget

Ingredient needed

Blanched almond

Sugar syrup

Tempered Chocolate

Procedure

Grease a tray and keep aside

Pour thick sugar syrup in the tray

Followed by tempered chocolate

Top it with blanched almond and keep in fridge to set


Enjoy the Chocolates Friends,cee u all soon,
These yummy chocolates are off for
Priti and Purvas event Diwali Dhamaka
and to Priyas event Diwali 2009 Contest 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

28 comments:

Happy cook said...

Send me a box pleaseeeeeeeeeee

prasu said...

Happy Diwali dear........kid is cute.....choclates are yummy........

Sanghi said...

Wow!! I'm a chocoholic! Hand made chocolate looks delicious, the gift packing looks cute! Nice idea!!;)

Sanghi said...

Oh.. forgot..! Happy Diwali dear@!!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow...love those personalised hand made chocolate gifts....have a safe and happy diwali....

Sharmila said...

Happy Diwali Priyanka! :-)

sowmya.s said...

chocolates at home..wow tha tsounds awesome..

Jaishree said...

Chocolate looks delicious, Wishing u & your family Happy Diwali:)

Sunshinemom said...

My my! You have made tasty goodies:)! Happy Diwali and wish you a safe journey and a great time!

Cham said...

Happy Diwali and lovely homemade goodies!

Nithya said...

Wow.. they look so yummy.. :)

Wish you a very happy and safe diwali :)

Mansi said...

these treats are really good, and perfect to carry to a potluck party:)


btw, hope you can find some time to make some goodies for my Sweet celebration event

Medhaa said...

My best friend would always make these , lovely. Happy Diwali to you too.

LG said...

Happy Deepavali to you and your family. Enjoyy!!

LG said...

btw....handmade choclates look tempting Pri..

jayasree said...

Happy Diwali.. Lucky who are to get those gifts.

Pari said...

Hi! happy Diwali. I am first time here and straight away landed on your yummy chocolates.
Do drop by.

rekhas kitchen said...

wow hand made chicolates mmmm mouth-watering. He looks so sweet and becoming a big boy na aaa humm
HAPPY DIWALI TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY DEAR enjoy the festival.

Srivalli said...

They are looking so grand!...Happy diwali..have a great time!

my kitchen said...

Wow,Yummy chocolates.kids love this.
Happy diwali.Do visit my blog when u find time

my kitchen said...

Delicious chocolates.Kids love this

Sireesha said...

Wish u & ur family a very happy & a prosperous diwali..hope it brings u lots of happiness and luck..have a great time and enjoy :)

Cute chocolates:)

Sharon Colaco D'Souza said...

Happy Diwali Priyanka...love your food blog!..those mithais are lovely...I wish there was some way you could get some over to me:)

sangeeta said...

happy diwali Priyanka...these sinful chocolates make it even more tempting..:)

Suma Rajesh said...

send me 2 those goodies...

pallavi said...

wher is my diwali hazelnut choco basket?

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Uj said...

hey yummy chocolates..I have never made chocolates at home :)considering the chocolate loved that I am I shud give it a try