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Making Trophy Chocolate
This mould is made in 3 similar parts
Set your chocolate temp as low as you can
Take one part of mould and pour chocolate on it. Spread properly and fill all small places
Lightly tap to remove air bubble and invert to empty
Clean edges and keep aside
Take other two parts and hold them together
Use clips to fasten them together
Pour chocolate and fill
Tap lightly to remove air bubbles and clean edges
Join 1 st part with other two now
Clip them together
Rotate mould in all sides to ensure proper spread of chocolate inside
Put this mould in fridge for about 1 hour (the actual time may be different depending on your fridge. Take trials to know best time)
After cooling, you can see frosting on mould. Remove from fridge
Remove clips. Slowly push apart three sides to loosen them
Lift up one side
Slowly remove 2 nd side
Before removing 3 rd side, lightly press from middle of mould
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