Thursday, July 26, 2012

Nama melts

It's nice to have something to sweeten up the night after a long day at work.

Instead of the usual balls of chocolate that retails in supermarket, these squares of love taste very rich and moist and melts my heart.

 Nama (na-ma) means “raw” or “fresh” in Japanese, and in this case it’s coming from abundant “fresh” cream being used.  Therefore, it must be kept it in refrigerator all times and is best enjoyed fresh so you have to eat them within a couple of days.  

Nama Chocolate II

And guess what?

*drum rolls*



I spotted this cool recipe from justonecookbook on how to make nama chocolates.


Now this is a must try recipe