Late Night ????---Leave Ganache At Room Temp?

Baking By KJ62798 Updated 6 Aug 2010 , 4:29pm by mamawrobin

KJ62798 Posted 6 Aug 2010 , 7:00am
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I have a fresh batch of ganache in the mixer bowl. It is lovely. I know I am supposed to let it set up overnight.

On the counter, covered?

In the fridge?

Any night-owls out there who can help me?

TIA

Kristy

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mamawrobin Posted 6 Aug 2010 , 2:48pm
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I'm usually on cc until 2 AM and I didn't see your post last night.

I know I'm too late...but..yes you can leave it on the counter overnight..covered. Just don't cover until it's cooled enough not to form condensation on the cover so that the water from the condensation won't ruin the chocolate.

KJ62798 Posted 6 Aug 2010 , 3:38pm
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Thanks--that's what I did. I figured if chocolate truffles are good at room temp then ganache would be too.

Weird--I posted this around midnight Pacific time but the time stamp says Friday at 6?

Kristy

mamawrobin Posted 6 Aug 2010 , 4:29pm
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Originally Posted by KJ62798

Thanks--that's what I did. I figured if chocolate truffles are good at room temp then ganache would be too.

Weird--I posted this around midnight Pacific time but the time stamp says Friday at 6?

Kristy




I know...the time is off on here. icon_lol.gif I don't know how I missed your post last night...I swear I was on here until 1 am or so.

I always leave my ganache at room temperature to set overnight. thumbs_up.gif

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