Betty's "No Cook" Fruit & White Chocolate Slice
Melted white chocolate, dotted with dried fruit, toasted almonds and noodles! The addition of Asian style crunchy noodles (Chang's brand here in Oz) gives this a great texture. Copha is used in Australian cooking, Crisco can be used in North America instead.
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·9 ouncs (250g) copha or crisco
·9 ounces (250g) white chocolate
·3 1/2 ounces (100g) bag asian crunchy noodles
·2/3 cup dried apricots
·2/3 cup shredded coconut
·1/2 cup dried canberries
·1/2 cup toasted almonds
How to Make Betty's "No Cook" Fruit & White Chocolate Slice
- Using kitchen scissors, snip the apricots into small pieces. Use a knife to roughly chop the cranberries and nuts.
- In a microwave safe bowl, add the chopped copha (crisco) and broken up chocolate. Using 30 second increments, heat and stir until melted. You'll need to do this few times until all melted. Let cool slightly.
- Grease and line a 10x6 inch (26x16cm) slice pan with baking paper, extend the edges so you can use them as handles later on.
- Combine everything else with the melted mix and stir well. Pour into the prepared tin. Press down using a metal spoon.
- Pop into the fridge for about an hour or so, or until slice is set. Remove the slice from the tin (use the extended baking paper) and slice into 2 inch (4 cm) squares.