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Author Notes: One or two bites melting in your mouth treat.
Most of the time is Holiday treat but I like because you can serve frozen so it is perfect for summer days.
Makes 40-50 slices
- 2 hard boiled eggs (you only need yolks)
- 100 grams butter, room temperature
- 100 grams icing sugar
- 150 grams ground walnuts
- 150 grams icing sugar
- 100 grams dark chocolate, melted
- 1 egg white
- Pinch of salt
- Light part “Icing”
- Cream butter and icing sugar until light and fluffy. Push egg yolks with your fingers through a fine sieve. Add to the butter and sugar; continue to mix for another 1-2 minutes. Keep on the side.
- Dark part
- Beat egg white with pinch of salt till soft peak.
- Chop the chocolate and melt in a bowl on the top of a saucepan over hot water.
- Let it a cool (but be careful not to let harden).
- Ground the walnuts. I have nut grinder but hand held rotary cheese grater dose job perfectly.
- In a bowl; put the walnuts, sugar, egg white, lukewarm chocolate and mix till is smooth. If the mixture is soft, sprinkle more ground walnut.
- Cut two pieces of parchment paper; on one of those paper sketch 30x40 cm rectangle, turn paper over, it will give you guideline when you start rolling out.
- Place chocolate-walnut mixture on the parchment paper, cover with second piece of parchment paper and start rolling out (3-4 mm thick).
- Take off the top paper and spread 2/3 of “icing” on the top of rolled out chocolate-walnut mixture.
- Make in to the roll with parchment paper help, store in the fridge or freezer.
- Before slicing into 5-10 mm you can roll into ground walnut but it is optional.
- You can slice and serve strait from freezer.
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best No-Bake Desserts