Top White Chocolate Compound Bar 1.050 kg | Harald

Top White Chocolate Compound Bar 1.050 kg

It’s the ideal package size for those who make and sell bonbons, truffles, honey breads and Easter eggs. Each of the bar’s squares has about 105 g, so that you can always calculate your recipes with a little surplus.

Preservation: ensure the perfect performance
Keep in a dry, ventilated place, with temperature below 25 °C, and away from strong-smelling products. After opening, return the product to its original packaging and envelop it in plastic film, preventing contact with air. A good tip is to match the package size to your production’s daily consumption: try to open and use the product on the same day.
The right temperature
During melting, control temperature so that the compound doesn’t heat over 50 °C, temperature at which sugar starts burning, compromising fluidity. Coat honey breads, truffles or mold bonbons and Easter eggs with Top between 38 °C and 42 °C. Afterwards, place the pieces in the fridge until they dry or until the mold becomes opaque, ensuring sheen and stability. Always use a culinary thermometer to make sure you correctly handled it and check out here the technique to easily melt the compound!
Melting: 45 °C to 50 °C
Working temperature: 38 °C to 42 °C
Sugar, vegetable fat, powdered milk, emulsifiers: soy lecithin (INS322) and polyglycerol polyricinoleate (INS 476) and nature-identical flavoring substances. CONTAINS LACTOSE. DOESN’T CONTAIN GLUTEN. “ALLERGICS: CONTAINS MILK AND SOY DERIVATIVES.”
Nutrition Table
NUTRITION FACTS – Serving size 25 g (1/42 of the bar)
Calories 137 kcal = 574 kj 7%VD*
Carbohydrate 15 g 5%VD*
Protein 0,9 g 1%VD*
Total fat 8,4 g 15%VD*
Saturated fat 7,1 g 32%VD*
Trans fat 0,1 **
Dietary fiber 0,0 g 0%VD*
Sodium 12 mg 0%VD*
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 kcal or 8,400 kJ diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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