1 bowl of tempered chocolate
1 pint rinsed and thoroughly dried strawberries
1. Hold the strawberry by the top third of the berry, squeezing lightly (try not to bruise the berry!)
2. Dip 2/3 into the chocolate, shake off the excess, and place on waxed or parchment paper.
3. Let sit in a cool place for 15-20 minutes.
Recipe courtesy of Hallie Baker, Turtle Alley Chocolates, 2009.
According to Turtle Alley Chocolates, Chocolate Dipped Strawberries is one of their most popular requests. Now that you have learned how to temper chocolate, it is time to dip in whatever it is you desire. Strawberries are one of our most popular requests, so let's do those. Be sure before dipping your strawberries they have been rinsed and patted dry. If there’s too much moisture on them, the chocolate is likely to have a harder time staying on. Remember, oil and water don’t mix.