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Chocolate Tart

I decided to make this recipe for my fiancee's mum. It is her favourite recipe. And this is the result. I even got a slice!
Reviews (5)


30 May 2014
Reviewed by: shaniwoo
hi I tried this tart as I loved it at school and it was lovely but just did not taste the same as school so I made it again adding half a tin of condensed milk into the chocolate mix and I now call it the missing ingredient . just adding it made it lush and gave it the right texture that I remember from the school day going back to the early 1980,s so good luck great recipes with that little added extra
 
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14 Jun 2014
Reviewed by: beckyloo81
hi shaniwoo u say to add condensed milk I did 2nd time taste better but didnt set.now im adding condensed milk do I still add the powder milk and water cheers x
 
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30 Oct 2014
Reviewed by: CookWithAnna
Hi katetara, what I do with the powdered milk is sieve it. Indeed sometimes the milk goes lumpy . Please let me know hoe it goes!! X
 
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09 Jan 2015
Reviewed by: mjh74
I hope some day that someone will look back here as I have a bit of a dilemma. Well a few actually lol. I think my main problem is the powdered milk part. I used Marvel, measured out the correct amount and went about mixing it with 150ml of warm water. The mixture went into a solid ball with a sort of chewing gum like consistency that would have taken a world champion weight lifter to try and mix. The mistake I think I made was adding a bit more water until I make a -still very thick- mixture. When mixing this with the other half of the ingredients, the result was like thick custard and probably too pourable. It has now been in the fridge for 3 or 4 hours and has a sort of skin on top, underneath there is a sort of custard-like goo but it's incredibly lumpy. I could see these lumps before pouring the mixture into the pastry case so I tried whisking it for a while which obviously didn't work either . So I guess my question is, how do I avoid a million tiny hard milk balls and how do I mix 230g of powered milk with such a small volume of water?
 
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25 Oct 2014
Reviewed by: katetara
when i made it the milk powder was lumpy and it tasted bitty any help please tyvm
 
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