Lemon and lime turrón

Maragda coating

Ingredients Preparation
  • CHD-TA-200MARA

Heat the chocolate couverture to 45ºC in a microwave.
Cool it down to 31ºC and immediately mould into a fine film.


hazelnut and lemon praline

Ingredients Preparation
  • 400g
  • 100g
    hazelnut paste
  • 150g
  • 150g
    lemon preserve
  • 2g
  • 1piece(s)
    lime zest

Heat the cocoa butter.
Mix the praline and the hazelnut paste with the cocoa butter and emulsify in a food processor. 
Add the salt and lemon zest and cool the mixture down to 24ºC on marble.
Fill the cane-shaped moulds and add small cubes of lemon preserve on top.
Leave to set in a cold room and cut out pieces that fit perfectly into our turrón.
Insert into the previously coated turrón mould.


lime ganache

Ingredients Preparation
  • 115g
    UHT liquid whipping cream
  • 500g
  • 100g
    lemon juice
  • 2g
    lime zest

Boil the cream with the lime zest and infuse for 30m.
Strain and pour over the chocolate in drops three times, allowing time for the chocolate to unravel. 
Add the lime juice and emulsify the whole, filling a pastry bag and dosing into the 95% mould. 
Wrap in cling film and apply a layer of chocolate 24 hours later.


velvet painting

Ingredients Preparation
  • 250g
  • 125g
  • 0.3g
    fat-soluble orange colouring

Melt the cocoa butter over a heat and pour onto the chocolate couverture in drops, add the 
fat-soluble dye and emulsify.

Coating the turron with lemon

To achieve a velvet-effect finish, simply keep the turrón in a freezer for five minutes and then spray it with the paint at about 30ºC.
Cool down the Istak 30,9% White chocolate and pour it on top
of the cocoa butter, mixed with the liposoluble yellow, green and brown dyes using a brush.
Use the round template to cut out the decoration piece. Decorate the turrón with the round plate 
of chocolate.


Get in Touch