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The batter should be pretty fluid, a lot of people describe as a lava-like consistency. It should run smoothly off the spatula when you pull it out. This part comes with practice.
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Once you know the consistency, you'll just be able to feel when it's ready. Pipe the batter into circles onto parchment or silicone lined baking sheets. Bang the tray a few times on a table to remove air bubbles and allow to sit for about 30 minutes before baking.
To see if they're ready for baking, touch your finger to them. If you get batter on your finger, they need to rest longer. Bake, one sheet at a time, for minutes this depends on your oven, my old one was fine at 15 minutes, this one needs Heat heavy cream and orange zest in a small saucepan until it is just boiling. Let the cream sit on the chocolate for minutes, then stir until silky and smooth.
Add butter, stirring again until smooth room temp butter works best here.
Either cover the ganache with plastic wrap until it reaches a pipable consistency or place in the fridge for about 30 minutes. Turn the mixture out onto the counter and push the pile together with your hands.
It should stick together fairly well. Knead it just a couple of times until everything is together. Cut it like a pie into 8 pieces.
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Place pieces on the baking sheet so that they are not touching. Bake scones for about 15 minutes at degrees. They should be light brown on the bottom, the tops will darken as they cool. For ginger molasses icing, stir together 1 T.
Adjust the amount of sugar or milk to make the icing the consistency you want. It should be pretty thick. For cinnamon icing, mix together 1 C.
Again, adjust amounts to change consistency. Icing can be brushed on or drizzled. Posted by Mary Ann at 8: I also made the taquitos, but didn't get a picture of them.
We enjoyed the Lettuce Cups and Taquitos, but I wanted to do something different with the rest of the chicken.