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Dessert Charosets

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DESSERT CHAROSETS

a modernised traditional moroccan recipe -from australian womens weekly moroccan cookbook. i thought these looked interesting and easily made gluten-free by ensuring gluten-free chocolate is used. you can leave out the chocolate all-together if you wish. recipe uses australian measures- 1 tablespoon = 4 teaspoons. time stated does not include overnight refrigeration required



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Time: 40 minutes

Number Of Ingredients: 6

Ingredients: dates,raisins,roasted walnut,sweet red wine,dark chocolate,walnuts

Steps:

  1. blend or process the dates , raisins , coarsely chopped nuts and wine / juice until the mixture forms a smooth paste
  2. using wet hands , roll level teaspoons of mixture into balls
  3. place them on a lined tray
  4. cover and refrigerate overnight
  5. dip half of the balls into melted chocolate , place on foil lined tray , leave to set at room temperature
  6. roll remaining balls in finely chopped walnuts
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