Russian Imperial Stout Truffles
Russian Imperial Stout Chocolate Truffles: Amazing, decadent and delicious Chocolate Truffles infused with Russian Imperial Stout
Servings Prep Time
10guests 5minute
Cook Time Passive Time
5minute 1hour
Servings Prep Time
10guests 5minute
Cook Time Passive Time
5minute 1hour
Imperial Stout Ganache Ingredients:
Rolled Chocolate Truffle Coating Ingredients:
Chocolate Coated Truffle Ingredients:
Ganach Directions:
  1. Take 4 ounces of chocolate and chop into small pieces, to increase the surface area, making the chocolate melt faster; place in a stainless steel bowl that will fit on top of a small pan filled with a few inches of water (double boiler). Place the pan over medium heat. Be careful as to not get any water into the chocolate. Add the cream and beer of choice. With a spatula, stir occasionally until the chocolate has melted and the cream/beer has been incorporated into the chocolate. Remove from heat and let sit on the counter for 20 – 30 minutes, or until the mixture is the consistence of peanut butter. You can speed this process up by placing the bowl into the refrigerator, stirring every few minutes.
  2. Take a large plate and cover it with wax paper. Using a melon baller or a teaspoon, make small uniform balls and place onto the wax paper. Trying not to over handle the chocolate mixture too much, causing them to melt; using your palms, roll each into a round ball and place back on to the wax paper.
Rolled Chocolate Truffle Directions:
  1. If you want to roll them in coco powder, chopped toasted nuts (hazelnuts, almonds, pistachios) or even in a cracked malt; take a plate and add whatever you would like to use to roll your truffles in. Coat all sides and place into a covered container and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes, or until ready to serve.
Dipping Chocolate Truffles in Chocolate Directions:
  1. Take the 3 ½ ounces and chop into small pieces and add to another stainless steel bowl. See below for how to temper chocolate, to create the a perfect chocolate coating. Place over a small pan and stir with a spatula until chocolate has melted. Take a cake cooling rack, and place a piece of wax paper underneath. Remove your truffles the refrigerator, one at a time, drop into the melted chocolate, turning/rolling with a small fork, until the truffle is fully coated. Remove from the melted chocolate, place on the rack topping with a pinch of salt on top of each. As the coating chocolate cools, the salt will stick to the top. Finish all the remaining truffles. Once the chocolate has hardened, place into a covered container and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Recipe Notes

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Russian Imperial Stout Chocolate Truffles

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