Chocolate tartufo

Chocolate tartufo


Apparently, this magical ball of chocolate ice cream, with its little surprise inside, was invented in the town of Pizzo in Abruzzo in 1943, but it has long been associated with Roman cafes such as Tre Scalini. This is a cheats version using great chocolate ice cream and glace cherries.

The ingredient of Chocolate tartufo

  1. 600g good-quality chocolate ice-cream
  2. 4 glace cherries
  3. 2 tablespoons good-quality cocoa powder
  4. Chopped toasted hazelnuts, to serve

The instruction how to make Chocolate tartufo

  1. Soften the ice cream in the refrigerator for 20 minutes. Set out four sheets of baking paper. Working quickly, place a big scoop of softened ice cream onto each one. Lightly press a glace cherry into the middle.
  2. Top with another big scoop of ice cream. Draw up the paper and twist the top tightly to fasten. Place on a tray and freeze overnight. If they arent nice and round, then wait 3-4 hours until they have firmed up, then reshape them into balls with your hands and refreeze.
  3. Remove the tartufo from the freezer 5 minutes before you want to serve them, then peel off the baking paper. Sit them in a paper muffin case.
  4. Dust each tartufo heavily with bitter cocoa powder, place in a chilled glass or glass bowl, then sprinkle with the toasted hazelnuts.

Nutritions of Chocolate tartufo

calories: 317.87 calories
calories: 16 grams fat
calories: 11 grams saturated fat
calories: 37 grams carbohydrates
calories: 33 grams sugar
calories: 6 grams protein
calories: 44 milligrams cholesterol
calories: 88.25 milligrams sodium
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