February 03, 2014 - 13:41 GMT hellomagazine.com A delicious recipe for chocolate and orange crumpets. GALLERY Ingredients 240g full fat milk Zest of 1 orange 15g sugar 50g good quality dark chocolate 250g plain flour 10g fresh yeast (or 1 tsp dried yeast) Juice of one orange, topped up to 125ml with water 2 tsp white wine vinegar Half a teaspoon sea salt Lurpak® Slow Churned butter (for serving)Method • Place the milk into a pan over a low heat. Add the orange zest and sugar. Grate in the chocolate. • Simmer, stirring continuously over a low heat for a few minutes until the chocolate has melted. Do not allow it to boil. • Place the flour in a bowl and crumble the fresh yeast into it. • Stir in the warmed milk mixture and beat well by hand or in a mixer until it combines. Cover the bowl with plastic and leave to rest for two hours. • Place the orange juice and water mixture in a separate pan, add the vinegar and salt, and stir over a low heat until it is warm. • Add the liquid to the dough mixture and fold in to make a thick batter. • Leave to rest again for 45 minutes to one hour. • Place the griddle/flat frying pan on the hob and heat. • Cut the potato in half an skewer with a fork. Dip the cut side into the vegetable oil and use to grease the pan. Place the rings on it. • Pour the batter into the rings until it is level with the top. • Cook 4-5 minutes on the hob or until the bubbles start to set on the top. • Flip the crumpets over for a few seconds and bake the other side. • Remove from the heat and take the crumpets out of the rings. • Serve warm, with Lurpak Slow Churned butter.