Deep-Fried Chocolate Coins

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  • Cooking and Prep: 30 m
  • Serves: 8
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Is it a donut? Or a chocolate coin? Why not combine both with this easy recipe for deep-fried coins! Provides all the warmth of fried melted chocolate without using yeast, no waiting for rising, and zero hassle!

 

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Ingredients (10)

Chocolate Coins

Batter

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Prepare the Chocolate Coins

Yields: 8-10

  1. For a more decadent fried treat, smear each coin with peanut butter and stack to make a sandwich like a Reese’s cup. Freeze. If you would rather skip the peanut butter, open up the coins from the wrapper and freeze them until ready.

  2. Heat the canola oil on a small flame in a large pan until ready to fry. Mix the batter ingredients. Dip each frozen chocolate piece into a generous dollop of batter.

  3. Fry on each side until golden brown and then drain on a paper towel. Top with powdered sugar.



  • sara Dombeck

    Posted by samiflado |2020-12-10 18:03:45
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  • sara Dombeck

    My batter was very bitter!!
    Posted by samiflado |2020-12-10 18:03:59
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  • Anonymous  Anonymous

    Yum yum yum! What are quarantines for if not previewing chanuka recipes? :) This was delicious and fast (aside from dishes) One question? Is it possible that the amount of baking soda is a typo? A lot of baking soda can make things bitter and I used only half of that and my chocolate coin balls still had a bitter after taste.
    Posted by S.Z. |2020-12-03 15:36:01
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    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi! I spoke to Ashira, the recipe creator, and she said the quantity is correct, she used that amount to make it extra fluffy but that it should not leave a bitter after taste.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|December 6, 2020
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    Posted by S.Z. |2020-12-03 15:35:58
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  • sara Dombeck

    My batter was very bitter!!
    Posted by samiflado |2020-12-10 18:03:59
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    0
  • Anonymous  Anonymous

    Yum yum yum! What are quarantines for if not previewing chanuka recipes? :) This was delicious and fast (aside from dishes) One question? Is it possible that the amount of baking soda is a typo? A lot of baking soda can make things bitter and I used only half of that and my chocolate coin balls still had a bitter after taste.
    Posted by S.Z. |2020-12-03 15:36:01
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi! I spoke to Ashira, the recipe creator, and she said the quantity is correct, she used that amount to make it extra fluffy but that it should not leave a bitter after taste.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|December 6, 2020
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