roasted almonds & sea salt chocolate bark

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Author Notes: roasted almonds, sea salt & dark chocolate barkwhatever's left

Makes 8

  • 0.83 pounds 80% dark chocolate
  • 1/16 teaspoon rock sea salt (small rocks)
  • 0.22 pounds roasted almonds
  1. Chop your chocolate into small pieces. Place 4/5ths in a heat proof bowl & carefully melt either in a double boiler or in the microwave. Once melted, stir in the remaining chocolate & stir until melted. This will temper your chocolate.
  2. Stir in the almonds & sea salt & then pour the mixture onto a parchment lined baking tray. Spread it around with a spatula & then lightly tap on a counter a few times to release any air bubbles trapped.
  3. Allow to cool & harden for several hours before breaking into the desired sizes.
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about 1 month ago cookinmama1

Another incomplete recipe from "whatever's left". Why?????

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about 1 month ago whatever's left

Hi again. This one is a really short recipe. The only instruction missing was the one to allow the chocolate to cool completely over several hours before breaking into the desired pieces. I've updated it. Thanks for pointing it out.

http://www.whateversleft...

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about 1 month ago cookinmama1

Thank you so very much for posting the recipe completion. I figured it might just have been an oversight when the recipe was posted. There was another person who commented on the Candied Orange Peels dipped in chocolate. Fortunately I have made candied citrus peels, so it wasn't a problem for me, but hopefully that recipe has been amended also. Thank you again for your prompt response. This "bark" looks beautiful, and delicious. Going to make it as soon as possible.

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about 1 month ago whatever's left

My pleasure! & thanks again for pointing it out.