Raspberry and Chocolate Tartlets

You can melt chocolate in a double boiler or in a microwave. If using a double boiler, be sure the water in the bottom pan does not touch the base of the top pan and that it never boils. Any moisture, including steam, that comes in contact with the chocolate could cause it to seize into a lumpy mass. (To save seized chocolate, whisk in vegetable oil or solid vegetable shortening, 1 tsp. at a time, until smooth.) If microwaving the chocolate, check it every 30 seconds to avoid scorching. When the chocolate is shiny and soft, remove it and stir until smooth.
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Review 1 for Raspberry and Chocolate Tartlets
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FaithRD
Annapolis
September 17, 2010
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elegant and easy!
September 17, 2010
I have made this over and over with rave reviews! I often just use a large tart pan and use a little more raspberry preserves. I arrange a larger mound of raspberries in the middle and several smaller ones around the edges, then add a few sprigs of mint. Always a hit!
Review 2 for Raspberry and Chocolate Tartlets
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Janet1
Burr Ridge, IL
May 1, 2010
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Perfect for quick dessert or an event
May 1, 2010
Easy and pretty to serve, The chocolate is smooth and the raspberry sweet. Makes up quickly, The tartletts crust does not get soggy and the crust compliments the chocolate. It has a buttery flavor
Review 3 for Raspberry and Chocolate Tartlets
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NMcook
New Mexico
April 30, 2010
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These beautiful tarts make a great impression
April 30, 2010
I have a friend who manages an organic raspberry farm, and once a growing season he opens the farm for hand picking. I worked hard to pick 12 pints of gorgeous berries, and now needed a recipe - what to do? Well, this recipe was very easy, the results were wonderful, and they were just so pretty! They were the hit of the dinner party. These are easy to make even for beginners. Be sure to use a high quality chocolate, and the best berries you can find.