Visited Hungary and tried out Sport szelet (Sport slice), the Hungarian chocolate bars? Sport szelet was produced 1st in Hungary in the ’50s, though after 1989 Kraft Foods bought the rights and continued to produce one of my favourite chocolate. I love its taste because of its chocolate and rum components.
If you miss the delicious Sport szelet (Sport slice), you don’t have to wait till returning to Hungary. Prepare this Hungarian chocolate bar recipe at home and relive your sweet Hungarian memories.
Here’s the recipe:
Tips and tricks before starting:
The salt emphasizes the taste of chocolate, don’t miss it 🙂 Always use salt in cakes or in any kind of desserts with chocolate.
Preparation time: 20 min
Ingredients for the Hungarian chocolate bars:
For the base:
- 500 g plain biscuit, grated
- 250 g butter
- 2 dl milk (⅘ cup)
- 200 g cane sugar (⅘ cup)
- 3 tbs. cacao powder
- 40 ml of rum (or aroma)
- 1 packet of vanilla sugar
For the chocolate layer:
- 200 g dark chocolate
- 2 tbs. oil
- Pinch of salt
How to make the Sport szelet chocolate bars?
On high heat, melt the butter with milk and sugar in a big pan. When the sugar is completely melted, lower the heat and mix for another 1-2 minutes.
Remove it from the heat and add the rum to the mixture (it will smell delicious).
First, mix in half of the grated biscuit, then add the cacao powder (it will smell even better..).
Stir half of the remained biscuits into the mixture, then add the last half (this way will be easier to mix everything well).
Place banking paper on the bottom of a baking dish, I used my 34×23 cm rectangular Tefal springform with removable frame. Put the pieces of the mixture equally into the bottom and push the chocolate base on it.
On low heat, mix the dark chocolate with the oil until it’s well combined. Then pour it on the chocolate base.
Allow the cake to completely cool before cutting.
Don’t necessary to keep in the fridge. Otherwise, it might be too hard. Just keep it at a cool place.
I hope you could relive your Sport szelet memories from Hungary. Even if you haven’t tried this Hungarian chocolate, I’m sure you’ll love this easy to make, no-bake chocolate bars. Enjoy it!
Interested in more Hungarian sweets and snacks? Here are a few ideas for you:
- Hungarian cottage cheese chocolate (Túró Rudi) cake
- Easy Hungarian cottage cheese strudel (túrós rétes) recipe
- Cheesy salty sticks
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