White chocolate stuffed mandarins

White chocolate stuffed mandarins recipe

Some of you may have noticed I’ve been having some technical problems on my blog lately ;-) … I spent a lot of time trying to fix everything (even if we’re far from done…); time I didn’t spent cooking! So, I figured it was a great moment for an extra simple mandarin dessert recipe. Citrus and chocolate, ready in 15 minutes, you’re going to love this white chocolate stuffed mandarins recipe!
You can use caster sugar or icing sugar when cooking this mandarin dessert recipe, but it’s better to avoid granulated sugar that wouldn’t combine well with melted white chocolate.

White chocolate stuffed mandarins recipe

Preparation time:5 mn – Cooking time:10 mn

Ingredients (for 6 servings)

6 mandarins (more if they are really small)
1/3 lbs (150 g) of white chocolate
6 tablespoons of whipped cream
3 tablespoons of sugar
3 tablespoons of water

Instructions

1/ Carefully cut a line around mandarins and take their tops off without tearing the bottom part. Take off pieces by carefully slipping your finger between peel and mandarin pieces without breaking peel. (Once pieces are peeled off, you’ll be able to take off mandarin pieces one by one). Set aside.

2/ Melt chocolate, sugar and water in a sauce pan over low heat.  Leave for about 10 mn and take off heat. Let it chill.

3/ Mix whipped cream and mandarin pieces with chocolate cream. (You may not be able to use all mandarin pieces, maybe 3/4th of them).

4/ Pour in empty mandarins and let chill in the fridge for a couple of hours.

4 thoughts on “White chocolate stuffed mandarins

  1. 02/23/2009 at 8:45 PM

    How unique. We’re so used to seeing citrus/orange with dark and milk chocolate. Great recipe!

  2. 02/24/2009 at 4:57 PM

    This looks so appetizing!!! MMMMM…. This is something for my husband, he loves white chocolate!!!

  3. 03/27/2009 at 10:13 PM

    this dish looks amazing – it sound so refreshing and delicious

  4. 04/05/2009 at 7:48 PM

    Yum! These look fabulous. I so miss good mandarines here in the Midwest USA. Will have to try and find a source.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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