Vosges Chocolate came out with “Mo’s Bacon Bar”, but it’s expensive! Selfridges here in London had some but sold out in 2 days at 6 pounds for a 3-ounce bar! Knowing my love for bacon, my wife formulated her own recipe -and it’s great!
1Break up the bars of chocolate and melt them gently over a bowl placed on top of a pan of steaming water (the bowl should not be in direct contact with the water). Heat slowly until melted, but be careful not to let the chocolate burn.
2Stir in the BaconSalt thoroughly, then pour out into a shallow dish lined with greaseproof paper (makes it easier to remove your Bacon Bar from the dish!). Refrigerate for around half an hour until the chocolate sets. Eat!
3(BaconSalt is available from many stores in USA/Canada or from the makers of the same name. In UK/Europe it is available mail-order from Crazy4Flavour).
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