January 13, 2012

Caramel with liquorice a la Klidmoster

I have found this recipe on caramels with liquorice made from honey and white chocolate on the blog called Klidmoster. And as I still had some white chocolate left from my Christmas marathon of confect creation, I decided to try the recipe out.
I had wanted to this for some time, but the raw liquorice powder was SOLD OUT at my local tea pusher, and they first got a new shipping last week !!!!

Normally I am not "mixing bowl licker", but this time very single drop of the caramel mass did not to waste, but ended up in my mouth. Uuuuhmmmm :-) FANTASTIC TASTE. And a BIG THANK YOU to Klidmoster for sharing her caramel recipe with the rest of us with a "sweet tooth".

Today I brought some of these caramels with me to work for sharing with some colleagues. My Danish colleagues also found them great tasting and planned to try them in the week-end. However,  my foreign colleagues either rejected to taste them or tasted with them with some sort of dislike. These non-Danish colleagues simply do not understand this liquorice gene of us Danes !!!! And we as Danes do not understand this liquorice dislike of foreigner, but perhaps where is not enough liquorice in the world for the majority of people to get a craving for liquorice ?

Perhaps I would like to increased the lemon taste next time, when I make these caramels with 1-2 drops of lemon flavour ?

Caramels with liquorice:

  • 75 g honey
  • peel of ½ lemon
  • 100 g white chocolate
  • 2 teaspoon raw liquorice powder
  • 1 tablespoon English liquorice powder for dusting
  1. Melt the honey and lemon peel in Microwave Plus pot at 20 seconds at 650 W in the microwave oven.
  2. Add the raw liquorice powder into the honey, stir well.
  3. Add the white chocolate.
  4. Heat for 40 seconds at 650 W in the microwave oven.
  5. Stir in the mass.
  6. Heat for another 20 seconds at 650 W in the microwave oven.
  7. Stir very well this time. If the white chocolate is not melted now, give it another 5-10 seconds at 650 W.
  8. Line a container with baking paper.
  9. Pour the caramel mass into the container.
  10. Cool it down in the refrigerator for approx 1-1½ hours.
  11. Take the caramel mass out and cut into small pieces.
  12. Add these pieces into English liquorice powder, shake well.
  13. Remove and try to control your selves, before you fill your mouth with these fantastic tasting caramels

1 comment:

  1. I did the caramels with cinnamon - and they were fantastic. And the best of all: limited cleaning :-)


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