Chocolate Tuile?

Baking By sugarbabylove Updated 12 Sep 2012 , 11:59pm by Rose_N_Crantz

sugarbabylove Posted 12 Sep 2012 , 7:30pm
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I'm relativley new to baking... I mean I've baked since I was little but only just getting into it seriously now!

I want to bake a chocolate orange cupcake which I've done before loads of times but I want to make it really indulgent and have a gooey chocolate orange filling and vanilla frosting and also I want the outside of the cupcake to be coated in the chocolate, like a chocolate casing.

Would I paint melted chocolate round some muffin cases and leave to set, then bake the cupcakes in the chocolate casing? Obviously the chocolate will melt again when I bake it with the batter, but would it reharden once the cakes are cool?

Thanks for any advice!


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metria Posted 12 Sep 2012 , 9:07pm
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can you just dip the cupcakes in melted chocolate after baking?

metria Posted 12 Sep 2012 , 9:09pm
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... and what happened to the tuile part that was in the subject? did i miss something?

Rose_N_Crantz Posted 12 Sep 2012 , 11:59pm
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Definitely dip the cupcakes in melted chocolate! I can smell the burnt chocolate already if you painted the cups with melted chocolate!

And I'm also wondering about the tuile part.

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