Chocolate Panforte

by | Nov 8, 2015 | 0 comments

Adapted from the Thermomix Community Website - absolute Christmas Treat. Method for thermomix and non-thermomix users

Yields1 ServingDifficultyBeginner
 2 cinnamon quills or Changing Habits Ceylon Cinnamon
 8 whole cloves
 1/2 tsp allspice
 the peel of one orange
 130g raw honey
 50g coconut oil
 300g fruit mince (organic and no oil if possible)
 125g almonds, milled (or pre-milled 'almond meal')
 125g brown rice, milled (or pre-milled 'brown rice flour)
 80g almonds, roasted
 80g macadamias, roasted
 80g pistachios, roasted
 100g dried figs
Thermomix Method
1

Pre-heat oven to 160 deg.

2

Mill rice for 1 min speed 10.

3

Add almonds and mill for 8 secs speed 7 then set aside in a bowl.

4

Chop Figs for 4 sec speed 8 then set aside.

5

Mill rapadura sugar, spices and orange peel for 30 sec speed 10.

6

Add honey, fruit mince and coconut oil and cook for 3.5 mins 70 deg speed 1, reverse speed.

7

Add figs, nuts, salt, cacao and milled rice & almonds to bowl and mix for 15 sec speed 4 reverse speed with aid of the spatula.

8

Tip into the pan lined with baking paper and use wet hands to press the top all over until smooth.

9

Bake for 18-20 minutes until firm on top.

10

Cool in pan, then invert onto a board (and dust with rapadura icing sugar).

11

Cut into small squares.

Normal Method
12

Pre-heat oven to 160 deg.

13

Prepare all ingredients by roasting the nuts for 8 minutes and chopping fruit.

14

Warm honey and coconut oil, add fruit mince and simmer for about 5 minutes.

15

Mix all dried ingredients, flours, nuts and spices.

16

Add all mixed ingredients to the bowl of warmed honey, coconut and fruit mince and mix thoroughly.

17

Tip into the pan lined with baking paper and use wet hands to press the top all over until smooth.

18

Bake for 18-20 minutes until firm on top.

19

Cool in pan, then invert onto a board (and dust with rapadura icing sugar).

20

Cut into small squares. lvov.natashaescort.com

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Ingredients

 2 cinnamon quills or Changing Habits Ceylon Cinnamon
 8 whole cloves
 1/2 tsp allspice
 the peel of one orange
 130g raw honey
 50g coconut oil
 300g fruit mince (organic and no oil if possible)
 125g almonds, milled (or pre-milled 'almond meal')
 125g brown rice, milled (or pre-milled 'brown rice flour)
 80g almonds, roasted
 80g macadamias, roasted
 80g pistachios, roasted
 100g dried figs

Directions

Thermomix Method
1

Pre-heat oven to 160 deg.

2

Mill rice for 1 min speed 10.

3

Add almonds and mill for 8 secs speed 7 then set aside in a bowl.

4

Chop Figs for 4 sec speed 8 then set aside.

5

Mill rapadura sugar, spices and orange peel for 30 sec speed 10.

6

Add honey, fruit mince and coconut oil and cook for 3.5 mins 70 deg speed 1, reverse speed.

7

Add figs, nuts, salt, cacao and milled rice & almonds to bowl and mix for 15 sec speed 4 reverse speed with aid of the spatula.

8

Tip into the pan lined with baking paper and use wet hands to press the top all over until smooth.

9

Bake for 18-20 minutes until firm on top.

10

Cool in pan, then invert onto a board (and dust with rapadura icing sugar).

11

Cut into small squares.

Normal Method
12

Pre-heat oven to 160 deg.

13

Prepare all ingredients by roasting the nuts for 8 minutes and chopping fruit.

14

Warm honey and coconut oil, add fruit mince and simmer for about 5 minutes.

15

Mix all dried ingredients, flours, nuts and spices.

16

Add all mixed ingredients to the bowl of warmed honey, coconut and fruit mince and mix thoroughly.

17

Tip into the pan lined with baking paper and use wet hands to press the top all over until smooth.

18

Bake for 18-20 minutes until firm on top.

19

Cool in pan, then invert onto a board (and dust with rapadura icing sugar).

20

Cut into small squares. lvov.natashaescort.com

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