|The Big Book of Barbecue Side Dishes|
|by Rick Browne|
Rick Browne, host of the PBS series Barbecue America, knows barbecue and has traveled the world in search of the best barbecue available.
Results 1 - 10 of 335 for chocolate without paraffin
Mix together first ... minutes. Meanwhile, melt chocolate and 1/2 bar paraffin wax; keep soft. ... chocolate being used, otherwise use Baker's Dipping Chocolate.
Melt chips, peanut butter and paraffin in double boiler, over boiling water. Add roasted peanuts. Drop onto waxed paper. Makes 80 clusters.
Mix together sugar, ... making a small ball. Chill in freezer until firm. Melt chocolate with wax. Dip the cherries in chocolate. Place on wax paper to cool.
Melt butter in ... well. Roll into walnut size and lay on wax paper. Dip balls into melted chocolate and paraffin mixture and return to wax paper to cool.
Melt chocolate and paraffin in double boiler ... Wrap around a cherry. Chill. Hold by stem and dip into chocolate. Place on wax paper. Let set for 2 hours.
In large bowl ... double boiler. Add chocolate, small amounts ... chocolate dip. Set on waxpaper to harden. Freeze well. Keep in refrigerator or freezer.
Melt butter slowly ... toothpicks and refrigerate until firm. Melt chocolate chips and paraffin. Dip balls into chocolate mixture and place on waxed paper.
Fill four 9 ... Let set. Melt chocolate and wax. Shake ... dip in chocolate. Lay on waxed paper. Allow to set. Decorate with colored frosting if desired.
Mix sugar, butter ... flat circles and wrap around cherries. Using toothpick, dip balls into chocolate and paraffin that has been melted in double boiler.
Melt peanut butter ... bite-sized balls. Melt chocolate chips and paraffin together and dip balls in with ... Cool on waxed paper. Best if refrigerated.
top of page