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14 December 2011

CHOCO ROLLS

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Radhika of Tickling Palates is hosting a fun event named BLOG HOP WEDNESDAYS.This week I am paired with Vatsala of Show and tell.I made these delicious chco rolls from her blog. You can find the original  recipe here.

Ingredients

Chocolate layer
  1. Arrowroot biscuit(powdered)-1/2 packet
  2. Cocoa powder-1 1/2 tsp
  3. Sugar(powdered)-1tbsp
  4. Milk- 1/2 cup(approx)
Coffee cream layer
  1. Butter-1/4 cup
  2. Sugar(powdered)-1/2 cup
  3. Vanilla essence-1/4 tsp
  4. Instant coffee powder- 1/2 tsp




Method

  • Cream butter ,powdered sugar and coffee powder together until light and fluffy.Now add vanilla essence and combine well.Keep aside.
  • Now to prepare the chocolate layer combine finely powdered  biscuits,cocoa powder and 2 tbsp sugar.Add sufficient quantity of milk and knead well to form a soft dough(like chapathi dough).
  • Roll the dough into a 1/4 inch thick sheet over an aluminium foil.
  • Spread the coffee butter cream  on the chocolate layer and start rolling it from the longer side to form a cylinder.(use the aluminium foil to lift and roll the sheet.)
  • Cover this with aluminium foil and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  • Cut into 1/4 inch thick pieces and serve.





32 comments:

  1. Brilliant pics n the shapes r exactly like store made..too yummy..

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  2. Perfectly shaped rolls, looks gorgeous.

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  3. The pics look as if I'm reading a fairy tale!!
    :-)
    http://gharkhana.blogspot.com/

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  4. WOnderful pics and such a breeze to make too :)

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  5. perfect!!!!!!!!!! I am gonna try this :) .... hey u know i tried the gulab jamun recipe..it was so perfect :)

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  6. awesome...I am going to try it as soon as possible

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  7. thats a treat which belongs to my childhood. Maa used to make this for us. beautiful clicks.

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  8. yummilicious... the clicks are killer!!

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  9. Awesome rolls,so yummy.brilliant pics !!

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  10. wow.........superb choco rolls.......your clicks r awesome......deone it so perfectly

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  11. Incredible rolls,awesome clicks..

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  12. Beautiful photography. Would love for you to share your pictures with us over at foodepix.com.

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  13. Classic rolls dear n beautifully presented!!

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  14. I would love to have this on our New Year's celebration. The swirls are infinite and will bring never ending blessings for the years ahead...
    What brand of arrowroot bscuit do you use? Any substitutes? Thanks again!

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  15. They look like pieces of art...so perfect n deliciosu looking rolls

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  16. Looks so perfect.....absolutely yummy

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  18. Choco rolls luks absolutely stunning. Wonderful clicks as well :)
    Glad to follow you, check out small space when you find time....
    http://cook-ezee.blogspot.com/

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  19. Stunning clicks..looks awesome

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  20. Thank you all for your lovely comments!
    @Manjo-happy to know that u liked the gulab jamuns!1thanks a lot dear!!!
    @my fudo-i did use Britania Marie biscuits ,u can use any similar variety or even Graham crackers...
    THANK YOU ALL !HUGS!!
    Vidya

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  21. Need to try this! Great clicks!

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  22. Congrats on your award, wish many more comes ur way. Thanks a lot dear 4 sharing the sweet award with me.

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  23. i am new to this blog....u made me stucked in this blog with lots of yummy items!!!!keep going

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  24. wowww they seems to b very soft n moist...very tempting.wud like to try this someday!!!
    plz drop by my site also when u get sometime

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  25. wow, beautiful! sounds very easy to make also :)

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  26. Nice one.I had a query regarding butter.i used melted amul butter and didn't come out fluffy.can u help me ?also instead of arrowroot biscuits i used nutrichoice cos i didn't find one but it didn't turn out good.pls.help me .

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    1. Thanks a lot for trying it out ...Thank you for the feedback too...
      You can use Marie biscuits which is easily available or just use graham crackers..btw do not use melted butter,use room temperature butter( softened butter)only to make the butter cream.
      Regards
      Vidya

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  27. Wow yummmmyyyyy ... great pics!!!! My mouth is watering...

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