Tofu Nama Chocolate (ganache)
In Japan, women give chocolate to men on Valentine's day.
This article is about Valentine's day in Japan!
Nama chocolate is one of the most popular valentine's chocolate.
Nama means raw in Japan, but it's not raw food. In this case, nama means "melt in your mouth".
I used tofu instead of creme so it's much healthier than regular nama chocolate!
100g silken tofu
1.Drain tofu between paper towels with a heavy weight on top for about 1 hour.
2.Add to a blender and blend for about 3mins
3.Melt the chocolate in a double boiler over hot water.
4.Add the tofu using a mesh sieve.
5.Line a container with plastic wrap and pour the chocolate. Refrigerate well.
6.Cut and dust with cocoa powder.