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Wafer rolls with dark chocolate cream 400g

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Take it off the heat and immediately start rolling the sheet into a cylindrical shape. Keep a straw at one edge and roll with the help of it. Set it aside and let it firm up. Chocolate wafers are incomplete without an equally delicious filling to go with them! I filled mine with peanut butter. Chocolate and peanut butter go really well together and I think more people need to try out this combination. I know you will like it too. Once the rolls have baked and completely cooled down, you fill them with your favorite filling and enjoy! While pouring batter on the pan, make sure the pan is low the lowest heat. Minimal heat gives you time to move around the batter in a smooth fashion and make a neat circle. If the pan is too hot, the batter will start to cook immediately and you won’t be able to spread it around to form the perfect shape.

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To make these wafers, you need minimal in), some ingredients that you probably already have on hand. You will need some all purpose flour (maida), some whole wheat flour (atta), icing sugar, cocoa powder, vegetable oil, and milk. Flours: All purpose and whole wheat Now we have already discussed the ingredients of the main element, the chocolate wafers. To make the wafer rolls, all you need to do is first combine the dry ingredients, then make a well in the centre, and add in wet ingredients. Use a whisk to combine dry and wet ingredients and bring the batter together in a smooth, lump free consistency. Once your batter is ready, you gently cook it in circular sheets, roll them and let it cool down. For final cooking steps, the wafers are also baked in the oven to get rid of any moisture. The fillingWe can’t make chocolate wafer rolls without the chocolate! I used natural cocoa powder. You can use any that you have on hand. Brands like hersheys, weikfield, cadbury, all work great. While adding in cocoa powder, if you want to be extra careful about not having any lumps in your batter, you can sieve and then add it. You can apply the same step for icing sugar as well. Wet ingredients: Oil and Milk

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In a bowl sift in maida, atta, baking powder, cocoa powder, and icicng sugar. Make a well in nthe centre.You need something to bind everything together. Oil and milk work perfectly here. I used regular milk and sunflower oil. Sunflower oil is a flavorless oil that makes sure no unwanted flavors are getting added into the batter. You can use any vegetable oil you like. Soybean oil is also a good option.

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If you do not have an oven, you can skip the part of baking the rolls. Technically the rolls are fully cooked on the stovetop itself. The oven helps with removing excess moisture and making the rolls more crunchy. To ensure a lump free batter, mix in your dry ingredients, make a well in the center, and then add in wet ingredients. If you add warm milk, it will mix in much more evenly and lumps won’t form. I know they look too professional to make and something they make in factories, but actually, making chocolate wafers at home is not technical and requires very basic ingredients! Ingredients needed for homemade chocolate wafer rolls

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