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Nuno Approved: Erwan Heussaff Makes His Version Of The Giant Choc Nut From ‘Trese’

Nuno Approved: Erwan Heussaff Makes His Version Of The Giant Choc Nut From ‘Trese’

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YouTube creator and food-enthusiast Erwan Heussaff tried to replicate the iconic huge Choc Nut from the hit animated series “Trese.”

Heussaff and Martin Narisima, a colleague from Heussaff’s YouTube channel FEATR (Food, Encounter, And TRavel), partnered to produce the renowned Filipino dessert in a YouTube video on Thursday, July 22, 2021.

Heussaff stated that the people they normally see searching for this type of Choc Nut after watching the series “Trese” inspired them to create the series’ version of Choc-Nut.

The two began by gathering their ingredients. They started by roasting a pan of nuts in the oven, then blending them into peanut butter while melting chocolate in a pan. They also added a little taste using a combination of chocolate powder and powdered milk.

Heussaff and Narisima also added melted chocolate to the mixture, which gave the Choc-Nut a more “sosyal” flavor, according to Heussaff.

“Taste-wise, I think it’s a slightly more sosyal version of Chocnut because the chocolate’s a bit stronger. Overall, it’s a success,” he said.

Heussaff also emphasized that he was quite surprised about how their version of Choc-Nut came out.

Watch the full video here:

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