Why is it so therapeutic to coarsely chop a big slab of dark chocolate? Why is it so surreal to witness heated chocolate turn into beautiful molten gooey goodness? Why is it so deeply satisfying to see cream coming together with molten chocolate so beautifully turning it into a luscious shiny, glossy ganache?
I’d like to call it the chocolate therapy because it leaves you feeling divine and blissful. Something all of us need from time to time.
The idea was to make a decadent dessert that comes together really quick and requires almost no effort. Because I am generally lazy like that. But I didn’t want to compromise on the chocolaty richness that we generally associate with a good chocolate tart.
100 gms of butter
125 gms of dark chocolate (I used Morde)
1 tetrapack of cream (200ml, I used Amul cream)
Chocolate shavings (optional)
Chill in the deep freezer for a minimum of 2 hours before serving with fresh raspberries and a dusting of cocoa powder/icing sugar.