2 tone Chocolate and Orange boilies made easy.

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Made from supermarket ingredients and stuff you might have in your cupboard. This guy uses his hands but a rolling table gives better results. You'll noticed these are steamed and the reason is if boiled they come apart where the 2 colours join (or at least they did for me when I tried them). When steaming, half way through just give them a little shake.


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@ukzero1....Excellent Pete. Thank you for posting. :)(y)
No thanks needed buddy...oh..go on then, I'll accept it. :ROFLMAO:

What I'm trying to do is put a few together but test them out first in case any little tweaks etc. are needed, like steaming instead boiling. I find that rolling them by hand doesn't give a consistent result hence the reason for mentioning the rolling table.
 

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There was a couple of things I would change too regarding the mixing of the ingredients etc, but the ideas are there to experiment with....Wonder how long it'll be before a 'brown sauce' boilie appears?:unsure::giggle::D
 

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There was a couple of things I would change too regarding the mixing of the ingredients etc, but the ideas are there to experiment with....Wonder how long it'll be before a 'brown sauce' boilie appears?:unsure::giggle::D
I'm working on it. :ROFLMAO: Sorry @Dave, but the pork pie boilie failed, the crust came off in the water. :LOL:
 

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