Yield: Yields about 40 chocolates
Sesame seeds, when lightly toasted, complement chocolate incredibly well and add an amazing light, open texture to it. The addition of tahini (roasted sesame paste) intensifies the complexities and flavors in the finished chocolate. This is a fantastic after-dinner chocolate, and also goes exceptionally well with Moroccan, Egyptian and Algerian dishes.
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Very tasty! Mine came out pretty ugly, but I don't have much experience working with chocolate! They were very delicious and had a wonderful flavor.
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