This with chocolate covered physalis got a slightly sweet flavor. It''s a delicious combination with chocolate and coffee flavor tones. A pure fruit treat served as a delicious bonbon.
My husband sometimes get desperate. When I'm on vacation, I never take the usual souvenirs or purchase jewelry. Shopping for clothes on the market or in the center, caps, jewelry, I let it get by. Until I come in the neighborhood of a supermarket or store which got cook supplies nearby. I can smell them from a distance. And afterwards my husband caries , the new types of salt, tagines, pots, pans and chocolate to the campsite. While shopping I don't look at the weight, I go completely loose and want to take it home. This year, in addition to the new types of salt (how many types of salt someone need) I've got pickled lemons, 2 tagines, a few bottles of olive oil (with flavor) and a few bars of chocolate with salt crystals along. Luckily for my husband in several buy trips.
The chocolate with salt crystals of Swiss chocolate was the top piece from my holiday collection. The creamy taste of chocolate, sweet and salty mixed with a salt crystal.
So when I heard of Swiss chocolate and that they were going to launch new products on the Dutch market, I have requested a trial pack (the chocolate with salt crystals was eaten for a few weeks by then). Unfortunately, that flavor is not yet available in the Netherlands, but I did get two other super tasty flavors: dark chocolate and chocolate with a coffee flavor.
Chocolate covered physalis
Tips for preparing chocolate covered physalis
- Store physalis out of the refrigerator. It is often used as a garnish, but is also delicious combined with chocolate;
- You melt the chocolate in a bowl hanging in a water bath. That way you will melt the chocolate gradually and nice and smooth and it won't burn;
- By melting about 2/3 of the chocolate in the bowl and add the rest of the chocolate when the bowl is removed from the heat, you temper the chocolate which makes sure the chocolate hardens and shiny;
- Chocolate and coffee combine very well with physalis. If you don't like coffee than you can also use dark chocolate.
Preparation chocolate covered physalis fruit
1 day before:
- These chocolates can be prepared ahead one day before. Store them in the refrigerator in a sealed box until use. Let them warm up before serving to roomtemperature in about 15 minutes.
Storage advice chocolate covered physalis
- These chocolates can be stored up to two days in a sealed box in the refrigerator.