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Melting chocolate: How to melt and temper chocolate

http://www.howdini.com/howdini-video-6677328.html Melting chocolate: How to melt and temper chocolate If you want to make chocolate candies, you need to know…
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25 Responses to “Melting chocolate: How to melt and temper chocolate”

  1. Howdini says:

    Don’t forget to check out the description for step-by-step instructions.

  2. Michele Lue-yat says:

    His accent can melt chocolate!!!

  3. Jeff Martin's YouTube Home says:

    Jacques Torres is the master!

  4. Reddsmorris1 says:

    So when melting on a double boiler only let it get to 100 deg. then remove.
    stir to 88 deg then it is ready to use?

  5. Jem lara Pagar says:

    omg thanks 😉

  6. anasassaad2 says:

    Merci beaucoup monsieur. Je vais l’essayer!

  7. ANIMElla Wilson says:

    Do you think Kashino watched this?

  8. Marichu Manansala says:

    sweet sweet

  9. Teeni H says:

    how come mine does not have that texture and colour! it turns very dark.. 🙁

  10. Syeda Peer says:

    I just wanted to know one thing. Can i use any chocolate or do i have to
    use specific kind of if i want to tember. The one i used was for cake
    topping and covering. I followed your technique but it was still doft after
    taking it out of the mould. Started melting soon i touched it. .(Sticky)

  11. LiveLifeYT says:

    Thank you!! I always burned my chocolate, or it was sticky and it don’t
    wanna come out. So thank you for this video!

  12. anton holmberg says:

    Mix Mix Swirl Mix

  13. Uh No says:

    I watched this when I was fasting. DIED.

  14. Howdini says:

    So glad that this worked for you. Thanks for watching and taking the time
    to comment! 😉

  15. Howdini says:

    You don’t have to have one but you will have to “babysit” the melting
    process and don’t overheat it. Good luck! 🙂

  16. TyranitarTube says:

    @123patriotsfan 0.0

  17. Shiyai says:

    YES I can’t wait to try this :D.

  18. kate alexander says:

    I’m hungry now.

  19. Crayola IDKDude says:

    It worked for me !!! Thanks

  20. oliviaoshea31 says:

    i .. i .. i … love this video it’s soooo interesting!

  21. littlebighappyness says:

    i will melt this choco to make my own pie 😀

  22. Gabi Smile says:

    thank you very much…was very helpful!! I made a cake for my mom and she
    loved!!^^

  23. smccookie says:

    do i need a candy thermometer to check the heat? please respond

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