Lubeca Amaretto Marzipan Truffles

Lubeca Amaretto Marzipan Truffles

Course: Dessert
Keyword: Marzipan

Ingredients

Marzipan Ganache

Amaretto-Marzipan Filling

Instructions

Marzipan Ganache

  • Heat up the cream with the Marzipan to a smooth paste at about 176°F
  • Cool down and mix in the white chocolate. Mix until the chocolate is melted and the mixture is at a uniform consistency

Amaretto-Marzipan Ganache

  • Mix Marzipan almond paste with Amaretto liquor until it is asmooth paste

Truffles

  • Fill the truffle shells with the cool but still soft ganache to about 2/3. Fill the remainder with the Amaretto-Marzipan mass
  • After cooling, seal the openings with chocolate couverture. Dip the filled balls into chocolate and roll them on a mesh
  • The truffle shells can be enrobed in dark, milk or white chocolate couverture

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