Monday, January 5, 2015

Marie Biscuits got Makeover :)

Britannia Marie Biscuits got make over this time! Thanks to my dear friend 'Monisha Bansal' for the easy and perfect recipe for ChocoPie :) 

I still remembered we used to have some Choco Pie biscuits during childhood days but  not collecting the name and the ones I made tastes the ditto :) 





Thanks Monisha Bansal for the recipe and here it goes! 

Ingredients:
  • Marie Biscuits - I used Britannia ones as it gives perfect results)
  • 1 tbsp - Cocoa powder
  • 1 tbsp - Cornflour
  • 3 tbsp - Powdered Sugar
  • 1 cup - Water
Method:


Pics 1, 2 & 3
  • Take a pan. Mix water, cornflour, cocoa powder and sugar
  • Whisk well with no lumps.
  • On the high heat, keep the pan and let it come to boil. Whisk it at regular intervals otherwise it will form lumps. 
  • Let it boil for 4-5 minutes and keep whisking in between.  It should form like chocolate sauce. 
  • To check, take a spoon and dip it. It will form a nice quoting as shown in the picture above. 
Pics 4, 5 & 6
  • Once done, switch off the gas and let chocolate sauce come down to room temperature.
  • Now take luke warm water and add 1 tbsp of coffee into it. Mix well.  Keep aside. 
  • Take a big piece of foil paper. 
  • Take biscuit and dip it in the coffee water. Take out immediately otherwise it will break. 
  • Apply chocolate sauce and keep it in foil. (Omit those hearts and 30, i just tried it for the fun but didn't work)
  • Repeat the process
Pics 7, 8 & 9
  • Once you are done with the biscuits, apply the remaining chocolate all over the biscuit layer. 
  • Wrap the foil like the chocolate, giving little pressure 'ONLY' from sides. 
  • Keep it in freezer for 6-8 hours. 
  • Open it, cut it diagonally and serve chilled :) :)  

4 comments:

  1. Could You please elaborate on how to layer the cookies after dipping in coffee.. And how to coat the outside with chocolate...if you could post pics stepwise...it will be even better!!:)

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    1. Hi Divya Sood,

      Sorry for the late reply! I was on Vacation to India. Answering the first question, you need to dip the biscuit into the coffee mixture which is made up with the mix of coffee and water. Dip the biscuit one by one and take it out immediately. And then apply the chocolate sauce onto the biscuit and put it on the aluminium foil. Repeat the process. And once you get the pile of biscuits on aluminium foil, place it horizontal and then pour the remaining chocolate sauce onto it. I hope this helps :)

      Thanks

      Jain Tadka :)

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  2. Hi

    its looking quite nice..but cudnt understand the whole process like how to place the cookies on foil, how to wrap n then cut. any video??

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    1. Hi Mamta,

      Sorry for the late reply! I was on Vacation to India. Answering the first question, you need to dip the biscuit into the coffee mixture which is made up with the mix of coffee and water. Dip the biscuit one by one and take it out immediately. And then apply the chocolate sauce onto the biscuit and put it on the aluminium foil. Repeat the process. And once you get the pile of biscuits on aluminium foil, place it horizontal and then pour the remaining chocolate sauce onto it. I hope this helps :)

      Thanks

      Jain Tadka :)

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