A recipe for chocolate melting that can be made with the help of a microwave and a small amount of liquid nitrogen, as well as a little patience, can make for an enjoyable, fast-cooking dessert.
You will need a microwave, a bowl of cold water, and a microwaveable thermometer to melt your chocolate.
If you don’t have a microwave or a small bowl, a microwave oven can be used to melt the chocolate.
You may also need to use liquid nitrogen.
Here’s how:Step 1.
Fill a microwave with water.
Place the microwave bowl in the microwave and turn the dial to high.
Once it’s hot, the water should start to bubble.
Turn the dial up to medium.
Heat the water in the bowl until it starts to boil, about 8 minutes.
Turn off the microwave.
Take a small, dry measuring cup or spatula and dip it into the water.
The water will expand and form bubbles.
Repeat steps 2 through 5 for all of your chocolate, including the cocoa powder.
Put the cup in the refrigerator to cool completely.
To melt your cocoa powder, you’ll need to stir it into a bowl.
Pour the cocoa in a bowl and stir it together until it forms a smooth, thick paste.
You can leave it to set for several minutes.
Place a large piece of parchment paper or a clean towel over the parchment and put a plate or plate of foil over it.
Melt the chocolate, stirring it between each step.
Once you’re done, pour it into your microwave or on a plate to cool it down.