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The second tip is to make sure the chocolate is properly thinned. This is done with paramount crystals or vegetable oil.
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High quality chocolate will not need as much thinning—and thus preserves more of the flavor rather than diluting it. The amount of oil you need to add will vary by brand and kitchen temperatures. The end melted product should drip off the spoon in a continuous stream, but not be watery.
I like to melt my chocolates over a double-boiler for better temperature control, but this process can also be done in a microwave. Just keep a careful eye on it!
A nice thin coating of chocolate is the perfect amount of coverage. Evenly coated mix lets the individual flavors shine through in the perfect mix of sweet and salty. Over a double boiler, melt the chocolate and oil, stirring occasionally, until completely smooth. OR, in a microwave safe bowl, melt chocolate and oil on low heat, stirring every 30 seconds until melted. Pour melted chocolate over Chex mix and stir to coat. Spread mix onto prepared parchment to dry. Break Chex mix into smaller pieces after completely cooled. Please consult the labels of ingredients you use for more accurate results.
I just made 3 batches this week. Im going to make another batch without nuts for our nut allergy relatives. The nuts are my favorite part this year. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.