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  • Welcome to How To Cook That, I'm Ann Reardon and today we're making a giant Toblerone.

  • In this series, we make giant chocolate bars and give them to people who are doing giant

  • things. And I'll link you to the rest of these videos

  • in the series at the end of this video and below.

  • To make our giant Toblerone first we'll need to make some honey nougat.

  • And for that you'll need egg whites, sugar, glucose or corn syrup and honey. And I'll

  • put all of the recipe quantities on the HowToCookThat.net website and I'll link to that below.

  • Place the glucose syrup, sugar and honey into a saucepan and place that over a high heat.

  • Stir it, now at first it will seem quite dry but you don't need to add any water. As the

  • syrup starts to melt, the sugar will go into that and it will become thick. But if you

  • look at it you can see it still has grains of sugar so keep stirring it until it's all

  • dissolved. Turn the egg whites on to whip up and add

  • a candy thermometer to the side of your pan. And when it reaches 250F add three big scoops

  • of the hot mixture into those whites with the mixers still running the whole time.

  • Return the sugar to the heat and let the temperature increase up to 300F. Then immediately pour

  • the rest of that hot syrup into the egg whites, obviously being very careful not to get any

  • on your skin. Now this will become very thick, very quickly

  • so remove it from the mixers, you don't want to break your beaters. And then mix through

  • the roast almonds. You can add in whatever you want but this

  • Toblerone, I'm just doing plain almond. Pour that into a tray lined with non-stick

  • baking paper and then top it with another sheet of baking paper and use your hand to

  • flatten it out to the corners of the tray. And then you want to leave that at room temperature

  • to cool so that it can firm up. Once it is cool, you can peel off that top paper and

  • the nougat will be quite firm, like this. Now we just want to split that up into pieces

  • that will fit in our triangle mould. Use a knife to push down and cut through it, you

  • will have to use like a rocking motion to get through it. And there you go, doesn't

  • that look yummy with the almonds all the way through.

  • Keep cutting it up into smaller pieces until you have bite-size chunks.

  • For our triangles I'm using real milk chocolate and a stainless steel triangle and I'll link

  • you to where I got this one from below. Place the triangle on a sheet of acetate and

  • then line the outside edge with more acetate, just cut into strips.

  • Pour in some tempered chocolate and then if you look at a Toblerone there's lots of nougat

  • pieces spread through the middle but you can't really see much of it on the outside.

  • So I want you to add a triangle of chocolate into the base, just push it down there. I

  • just cut this piece from a block of chocolate and then pour some tempered chocolate onto

  • that and spread it out and add a generous amount of nougat over the top.

  • Now because we've got that block chocolate there, they won't just sink to the bottom

  • of the triangle. Pour on some more chocolate and use a spoon

  • to make sure the chocolate is covering all of the sides and the nougat hasn't just gone

  • to the edge there. Add another triangle of chocolate and more

  • nougat so this triangle of chocolate that we've put there is just stopping the nougat

  • again from just sinking to the bottom and being one clump. We want it spread through

  • the whole block. Pour on more tempered chocolate and make sure

  • your acetate is going right into each corner and then place another sheet of acetate on

  • top and something flat on that. And then leave that to set.

  • Once they are set, lift off the triangle and peel off the acetate from around the outside.

  • And you will need 12 of these triangles so I suggest you buy more than one of the stainless

  • steel triangles. I only have one so the thing that took the longest was waiting for each

  • one to set. Next we need to make a frame so that we can

  • put the chocolate in between the pieces. And you see how it needs to be angled in like

  • this so it fits around the triangles. And then I've just covered the whole thing

  • in tape so that the chocolate doesn't stick to it.

  • Arrange your segments in a straight line and then put the frame over the top and then move

  • those along so they're evenly spaced. Put some tempered chocolate into a piping

  • bag and pipe the chocolate in between each piece trying to get it roughly the same in

  • each one. And spread that out just using a knife so

  • it goes all the way to the edge. In the middle, the frame might tend to push

  • out a bit. Just use some tape to tape it across and keep it together. And then leave that

  • to set. Once it is set you can remove the frame and

  • then neaten off the extra bit of chocolate, see how it sort of oozed out here a little

  • bit further than the triangles. Just use a knife just to shave that off and neaten it

  • up. Then you want to cover the whole thing in

  • foil, you may want to put it on a strong base because this thing weighs 8.7kg or 19 pounds

  • of Toblerone. Then I've just wrapped the whole thing in

  • card and stuck the letters on the front. Today I have with me Jordan Bartlett, a 24-year-old

  • musician and basketball enthusiast who has an interesting job.

  • Hey. So Jordan what we're going to do is some rapid-fire

  • questions today, so let's start with ... Cats or dogs?

  • Dogs. Coke or Pepsie?

  • Coke absolutely. So what's with the beard?

  • I would say it's a conversation starter. One that I can't do.

  • What do you do for a living? I'm a youth worker, a creative director and

  • I love to innovate as well. What sort of youth do you work with?

  • I work with homelss youth. I have read that 50% of the homeless are under

  • the age of 25, what are some of the causes for that?

  • Yeah so, in Australia the top two reasons for homelessness amongst youth is relationship

  • and family breakdown and unfortunately the second top reason is domestic violence.

  • So they have to leave home? Yeah they have to flee that scenario.

  • So you're not just feeding them, you're giving them somewhere to live and what else are you

  • doing? So we run a 6-month program. We have 4 goals

  • in our program and that's for them to get back into their own independent accomodation,

  • employment, training and we would say a link to the broader community, maybe back to a

  • soccer club or their local church or something. And how do you get the money to run all that,

  • I mean housing's not cheap and food's not cheap?

  • We get the majority of our funding from community donations as well as an event that we run

  • called Ride Around teh Lake and we use this ride, as a charity ride, to raise money for

  • our program. Awesome. Can people donate?

  • Yeah, they can just on our website. I'll put the link here.

  • And on your Instagram I've seen it says up the top "I believe in everyday people and

  • their potential for greatness". Have you got an example of a success story?

  • Yeah absolutely, I won't name the guy, but I work with a young guy and he had come from

  • a very rough background and suffered a lot of regret in his younger years and it just

  • began to change my thinking actually. When I started working with homeless youth I used

  • to think I was working with rebellious youth but I began to discover that I was actually

  • working with long-term survivors of abuse and that they actually needed my attention

  • and my time and I needed to view them just the way that I would view myself. They are

  • just as worth it as I am, the time I put into myself.

  • I like what you said there about how everyone is worth it. I think a lot of people don't

  • feel that though, especially if they're in that situation. They're homeless or they're

  • in a rough patch, they feel worthless ... what would you say to them?

  • Yeah I would say that they just have to lift their horizons and they have to begin to look

  • beyond their current situation and begin to see some of the good things in life. And if

  • they can't see anything good around them, maybe they could find within themselves some

  • of their own strength and things that they love in life and begin to take a look at that.

  • I believe that everyone has something unique to their own life that's worth fighting for.

  • Definitely, that's awesome. Well, I think that you're doing a great thing

  • for these people and on HowToCookThat we have a special way of saying thank you to people

  • who are doing giant things as a way of encouraging other people to go and do giant things with

  • their lives as well. So ... as a last question, do you prefer Snickers

  • or Toblerone? Ah, Toblerone absolutely.

  • Great, just as well you said that. Oh good.

  • We just have a little gift for you. Oh my goodness!

  • That is massive. We have a giant Toblerone for you to eat.

  • How am I going to eat this all by myself? Oh my gosh.

  • Do you want to open one end and we'll get you to take a bite.

  • Oh wow, oh my gosh ... Holy Moly look at the size of that!

  • You might need to snap a piece off before you take a bite.

  • I don't know, I think I'm going to have to try my strength, see if I can snap one of

  • these things, oh yeah. My goodness how do I even approach this?

  • That is the biggest piece of chocolate I've ever eaten in my life!

  • That is very heavy. Tastes like a Toblerone. A real Toblerone.

  • Be inspired to do giant things. Subscribe to HowToCookThat for more cakes, chocolates

  • and desserts. Click here for more of the giant chocolate bar series, here for my YouTube

  • channel and here for the Toblerone recipe. Make it a great week and I'll see you all

  • on Friday. Woo, a big old Toblerone.

  • I'm not going to be able to finish it all by myself, so I'll take it back to the boys

  • at the youth house. They're going to love this, it'll be awesome.

Welcome to How To Cook That, I'm Ann Reardon and today we're making a giant Toblerone.

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