Chocolate Silk Pie

Serves 10-20 Prep Time 1 hours   Cook Time 15 minutes   Rated:

WELL, well, well, what do we have here? It is not very often that I find myself wishing I had a smaller piece of chocolate tart on my plate....but I have to say, be warned. If I can’t finish a serving, no one can. (Yes that is a challenge, but not for the faint hearted!)

This is so decadent, it is literally like eating a big ole slice of truffle, (check out the amount of chocolate used!) totally amazing, and quite possibly the richest dessert I have ever concocted. I loved it, and because of it’s richness, it will last for quite a while as you literally can only inhale a sliver at a time....either last for ages, or it will feed literally an entire restaurant full of patrons. SO great for Christmas entertaining. (Sorry to mention the C word so early, but we are fast approaching, you realise that right?)

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Line the base of a 16cm springform tin with baking paper and set aside.


Crust; Toast pecans and walnuts by placing into a cold oven set to 200°C and baking 14 minutes.


With nuts still hot, place all crust ingredients into Thermomix bowl and blend 10 sec/speed 8.


Press into prepared tin and refrigerate until solid. (At least 30 minutes before proceeding with filling.)


Filling; Place chocolate and butter into Thermomix bowl and melt 15 min/37°C/speed soft. Stop and scrape down sides of bowl occasionally as needed.


Either transfer to a mixing bowl or use your second Thermomix bowl for remaining filling process.


Place sugar, eggs and vanilla bean paste into clean, dry Thermomix bowl and whip 10 min/60°C/Butterfly/speed 3.Remove Butterfly.


Add chocolate mixture and cream and blend 10 sec/speed 5. Scrape down sides of bowl and repeat.


Pour into base and set for several hours (minimum of 3).


Whip cream with a little sugar 20-40 sec/Butterfly/speed 4 and pipe or spread on top of filling. Garnish with chocolate shavings if desired.


I would never use a dark chocolate for this tart, it is just too much. So go with the dark milk, which pretty well suits all chocolate palates!

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