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Melt the dark chocolate and mix in the salt and maple syrup with a whisk.
Pour into a cling film lined tray/tin/bowl so the mix is 10mm deep.
Refrigerate for an hour.
Cut the set mixture into cubes with a hot dry knife.
With your hands coat each cube with a thin layer of cooled milk chocolate and place into the cocoa powder dusting them until covered fully.
Leave to set in the cocoa powder for 2 minutes then remove
Remove excess cocoa powder from the truffles by shaking them in a sieve.
Eat and store at room temperature.
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04 July 2020
Great texture, very smooth but absolutely no Maple flavour from the syrup ...wondering if it's fake!
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