Hope everybody had a wonderful start of the New year!
I couldn't miss sharing a delicious Chocolate dish for the first post of the year!
When I made this couple of days back, I was so tempted to share this right away instead of keeping it for one of the themes for BM. This recipe falls under Cooking without Fire
and when I had last attempted at making dishes under this category, it was so challenging.
During December, we have December Drizzle at my office and one of the interesting event that was conducted was Cooking without Fire. I was not allowed to participate and instead had to judge the final dishes along with my boss. Judging the event along with my boss was another interesting thing, as each time one interacts with him, one ends up learning more than what one expects. So all in all it was an excellerated experience.
today's recipe is not from that event, however this reminds me that
though I missed clicking pictures of that, I still remember all the
different dishes that were dished out, were simply mind blowing. Two of
the teams came up with 6 - 7 dishes that didn't use Fire or any other
cooking methods for making the dishes.
excepting few of the dishes, most of them happened to be dishes for
kids. And trust me, these balls stood the time of just this clicking!
These balls are not only quick to make, but so delicious and stay good as well.
So what's stopping you! Get the things out and make these in a jiffy!
I was making this quite late and Konda was helping me clicking the step by step. She so wanted to make these herself, rather than clicking the pictures. So the last few were done by her, as you can check out the final picture.
Chocolates Balls ~ Cooking without Fire
Icing Sugar, sifted - 1/2 cup
Butter, soft - 2 tsp
Cocoa powder - 3 tsp
Milk powder - 1/2 cup
Milk - 1 tsp
Mix all the ingredients into a dough like consistency, using milk only if mixture is too dry.
Shape and leave to dry till outer layer is dry enough to handle.
Store in an air tight container. Else wrap in paper and store.
Nuts can be mixed in it while making the balls.
Milk added is very less, so be cautious when adding it.
Here's wishing all my readers a Happy New Year again and hope you enjoy these chocolate balls!