These little 'bombs' of chocolate simply explode in your mouth and you just can't stop at one! Make several to give as a gift or to include in a Diwali hamper.
I LOVE diwali, it's my fave festival and these bombs were SO goooood! Very easy to make too. I fully intend to gift them instead of mithai. HAPPY DIWALI! - 04 Oct 2010
The flavor of the filling is very good! I would recommend adding 1 Tbs. of either glucose or corn syrup to the unmelted chocolate and store in a seperate bowl. Heat the cream and butter as directed and pour it over the chocolate and zest. Cover and let sit for 10 minutes, then stir. Add the liquor last. Let the mixture sit in the fridge overnight... it will be more firm and have better orange flavor the next day. I would *not* recommend adding oil to the chocolate used for coating as it slows it from hardening. Also, do not be tempted to freeze the filling... the chocolate shell will crack if the filling is frozen! - 08 Nov 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
How long do these keep for? I'm wanting to make them for our Wedding but want to make them a few days in advance but I dont want them to be awful on the day. - 15 Jan 2012 (Review from Allrecipes UK | Ireland)