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Heston’s Häagen-Dazs Double Chocolate & Banana Baked Alaska

Step 2 - Chocolate Tube

 

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Preparation time: 10-15 minutes


200g dark chocolate
1 acetate sheet

 

 

1. Cut the acetate sheet into a strip 13cm wide and roll it into a tube with a diameter of 3 cm, securing with pieces of tape.


2. Melt the chocolate gently over heat to a pourable consistency. Plug one end of a tube with your finger and then pour the chocolate into the tube until filled (a funnel will make this easier). Hold the tube full of chocolate for about two minutes and then invert the tube to drain the excess chocolate out.


3. Place the coated tube into a freezer upright to harden the chocolate.
 

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