I have a question about the problem i've just encountered in dislodging those chocolate praline from the polycarbonate mould. First of all, let me explain the problem ..
I removed the praline mould from the refrigerators at the temp of about 10-13 degree celcius. The room temperature in my country was about 30 degree Celsius. I hit at the back of each single chocolate in the beginning and nothing came out of it. A couple of knocks before one of it dislodge by itself.
The overall process took sometimes and i knock on each of the praline to take it out . In you tube video, we saw how easy it was with one knocks and everything just came off like that.
Here I suspect some of my mistakes and i wonder if any of them were the problem.
1) during the sealing, i did not use heat gun to melt the top of the praline before sealing it with temper choc.
2) The chocolate shell could be too thin? could it be one of the cause?
3) Imnot knocking on harder surface and not enough of shock to dislodge all the chocolate. Im hitting with a steel spatula at the back of the polycarbonate to dislodge single piece instead of knocking it down on a hard surface with full force.
4) the chocolate is still too cold .
Thanks in advance .
updated by @jego: 04/09/15 12:09:27PM