Yield: Yields about 60 1-inch truffles
Use the best-quality chocolate you can find. When warmed, the chocolate mixture doubles as a killer sauce for ice cream.
A food mill makes quick work of raspberry purée, mashing and straining in one sweep.
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I started these yesterday, and I'm really puzzled by the chill time. There's no way that it was cold enough to roll after one hour. We put it in the freezer to accelerate the process and then whipped the ganache, but they were still too soft. Even an overnight stay in the fridge hasn't helped too much. Next time, I'll cool it overnight and then whip the ganache or scoop that. I'm giving it 3 stars because of the flavor.
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