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To achieve this, I cut my dark chocolate up into small pieces and placed into a microwaveable bowl (apparently a plastic bowl is best for this as it doesn't retain as much heat, but I only had a glass bowl to hand). I heated the chocolate in 10-second blasts, stirring each time. Once most, but not all, of my chocolate had melted, I removed the bowl from the microwave and stirred the chocolate until the rest of the chocolate had melted. Once content that the chocolate was melted and still in-temper, I poured the chocolate into each mould. I then moved the mould around to distribute the chocolate and scraped the excess off the top of the mould. I then turned it upside down on a wire rack that was above a metal tray covered in foil to catch excess chocolate.
I left the chocolate to set for about 10 minutes and then repeated the process with the remaining chocolate to make the shells a bit thicker. I then left the chocolate to harden again for approximately an hour. Once the chocolate had hardened, I gently turned the mould out to release the shapes.