Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Homemade Chocolate Rakhi

Today is 'Rakshabandhan', a special day for all Brothers and sisters.  This year I wanted to make something very special for  Rakhi. I was watching an advertise of Dairy-Milk chocolate…."Kuch Mitha Ho Jaye…" and suddenly thought of making Edible Rakhi, that is chocolate Rakhi. I had bookmarked recipe from Padhuskitchen…..so tried accordingly and see Edible Rakhi for All my Brothers is looking so nice :-).



Ingredients

Condensed Milk - 400 Gms

Unsalted butter - 100 Gms

Sugar - 6 teaspoons

Cocoa Powder - 6 Teaspoons

Liquid Glucose - 1/4 Teaspoon

Milk - 6 tablespoons


Procedure

Mix cocoa Powder and milk nicely. No lumps should be exist. Dissolve liquid glucose in cold water neatly.   Mix all above given ingredients  with liquid glucose and cocoa and milk mixture in a Non-stick Kadai. Now keep the kadai on flame. Keep the flame low.  Stir it continuously till it leaves the sides of pan.  It should not stick to your hand. Transfer it to a greased plate. When it get slightly cool, take one chocolate mould (any shape or size of your choice) and feel  1/4 of it. Now take one Satin ribbon, place it on the chocolate horizontally. Again on ribbon put chocolate and completely fill the mould. Keep it aside for an hour.  Flip the mould to opposite side and the chocolate will automatically come out of mould. Chocolate Rakhi is Ready.

15 comments:

Priti said...

Very cute and lovely idea

Kurinji said...

Nice....

Shiana Agarwal said...

cute.....
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Hamaree Rasoi said...

so cute and edible also..nice idea

Samira said...

Gr8 idea. I will surely try this next time as i've many cute lill bros. They'll love it...

zareena said...

Wow!!!! a lovely idea.

Priya said...

So cute and beautifully done.

Rajani said...

That is really sweet idea! I think you should patent the idea and sell rights to Cadbury's!!

Khaugiri said...

Hey thanks Rajani....!

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Nirav Shah said...

Interesting post thank you for sharing.Now a days how technology grow we can get information through internet. Through internet it's easy to Send Rakhi to India just one click away.

Rakhi gifts said...

Awesome this is the wonderfull idea. I would happy to send choco Cake on this Raksha Bandhan to my dear brother.

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