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“Now Enjoy The Best Chocolate-coated Strawberries At Home.”

Juicy strawberries are a delicious treat. Moist chocolate atop luscious strawberries in plenty! Discover how to prepare the popular chocolate-coated strawberry delicacy from London at home.

People all over the world are craving this rich, delectable delicacy from London’s Borough Market after it went popular on social media. What dessert is this trending for now? It’s a glass of strawberries with chocolate liqueur poured over them. Winter is the perfect time to try this warm, fruity, chocolatey dessert because it’s the perfect season for juicy, sweet, and tart strawberries. A fan traveled from Australia to London solely to sample the dessert since it was so well-liked.

Were You Aware? The Trendy Dessert Was Outlawed!

One of London’s biggest and most established food marketplaces is Borough Market. As per the Daily Mail report from September 2023, Turnips, the vendor offering the well-known chocolate-covered strawberries, was prohibited from offering them for sale since they ‘did not count as fruit or veg’. Enraged, fans banded together to protest this prohibition. A few days later, the prohibition was lifted because of the overwhelming public support.

Native Americans Are Making The Dessert at Home

Because of its simplicity, people know they can at least partially, if not exactly, duplicate this delicacy, which is what makes it so popular. After learning about this dish, a number of cafes in Indian cities like Delhi and Kolkata started serving it in their establishments. To be able to reproduce the magic of London, the key is to get fresh strawberries and premium milk chocolate. You can make this delicious dessert at home if you can get these two components alone.


Step 1: Slice a piece of parchment paper, then set it aside. Pour 2 cm of water into a small pan and bring it to a simmer to melt the dark chocolate. Make sure the bowl isn’t in contact with the water by placing the chocolate in a heatproof bowl and placing it on top of the pan. To slowly melt the chocolate, stir it. Alternatively, you can microwave the chocolate for 20-second bursts, stirring between each burst until it melts. Pour the chocolate liqueur into a small, deep basin.

STEP 2: Dip the strawberries into the chocolate while holding them gently by their leafy tops. After removing any extra chocolate, place the parchment on top to set.

Step 3: If you wish to embellish the strawberries, gently pour melted white and milk chocolate over the fruit. Bring this popular dessert from London to your home without any delay.

Try this dish, and let us know what you think in the comments!

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