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RECIPE--How to Coating Almonds with a Coating Pan Attachment?

RECIPE--How to Coating Almonds with a Coating Pan Attachment?

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1 cup whole almonds
8 ounces (about 1 1/3 cups) high-quality dark chocolate (70% cocoa or higher)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)
Pinch of sea salt (optional)

1. Toast the Almonds:

Preheat your oven to 350°F (175°C).
Spread the almonds in a single layer on a baking sheet.
Toast the almonds in the preheated oven for about 8-10 minutes, stirring occasionally, until they are fragrant and slightly golden. Keep a close eye on them to prevent burning.

how to roasted almonds

2. Prepare the Coating Pan Attachment:

Ensure that the coating pan attachment is clean, dry, and properly assembled.

3. Melt the Dark Chocolate:

Chop the dark chocolate into small pieces to ensure even melting.
You can melt the chocolate using a double boiler or microwave, as described in the previous recipe.

4. Load the Coating Pan Attachment:

Place the toasted almonds in the coating pan attachment.
Pour the melted chocolate over the almonds in the coating pan.

5. Start the Coating Process:

Turn on the coating pan attachment, which will start rotating the almonds and evenly distribute the melted chocolate over them.

coating almonds with coating pan attachment

6. Add Flavor Variations (Optional):

If desired, you can sprinkle a pinch of sea salt or add a touch of vanilla extract to the chocolate-coated almonds as they are rotating in the coating pan attachment.

7. Allow the Chocolate to Set:

Continue running the coating pan attachment until the chocolate on the almonds starts to set and harden. This can take several minutes.

8. Remove and Cool:

Turn off the coating pan attachment and carefully remove the chocolate-coated almonds.

Place the chocolate-coated almonds on a parchment-lined baking sheet or tray to cool and fully set.

9. Store and Serve:

Once the chocolate is fully set, transfer the Dark Chocolate Almonds to an airtight container or resealable bag.
Store them in a cool, dry place. Properly stored, they should last for several weeks.
Using a coating pan attachment helps ensure that the chocolate is evenly distributed over the almonds, creating a professional-looking finish. This method is commonly used for larger batches and can be a fun and efficient way to create chocolate-covered treats. Enjoy your homemade Dark Chocolate Almonds!



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