5 Original Recipes with Bitter Chocolate
With the help of fondue, any fruit can be turned into a delicious dessert. And in it you can stupid cookies.
- 300 ml of thick cream;
- 3 tablespoons of orange juice;
- 340 g of bitter chocolate;
- 1 tablespoon of orange zest;
- 1 teaspoon of orange liqueur.
In a small saucepan, mix cream and orange juice. Heating until the mixture will start bubble at the edges, then remove from the fire. Add broken to pieces of chocolate, zest and orange liqueur, stir the wedge. If you do not immediately feed to the table, leave a saucepan on a weak heat so that the fondue is not cooled.
Such a dessert can be prepared with other juice, such as raspberry, as well as at will, add cinnamon, nutmeg, sharp pepper or peanut pasta to it.
2. Chili from black beans with chocolate and coconut
- 1 tablespoon of olive oil;
- 6 cloves of garlic;
- 60 g of a mixture of spices Garam Masala;
- 1 tablespoon zira;
- 2 liters of water;
- 450 g dry black beans;
- 1 chili pepper;
- 60 g of coconut chips;
- 2 teaspoons cocoa.
Preheat olive oil on medium heat. Garlic finely babble and fry for five minutes, stirring constantly. Add spices and roast a few more minutes. Then add water, washed beans, finely chopped chili pepper, coconut chips and cocoa.
Bring everything to a boil, then reduce the fire and cover the frying pan with a lid. Leave chili boiled on slow fire two hours. Then salute and optionally add other ingredients, such as honey. Return the dish on the slab for another 30 minutes or until the bean is completely readily.
If you want to cook chili in a slow cooker, mix all the ingredients and leave them for 6-8 hours on "quenching" mode.
Ready dish can be supplemented by pieces of chocolate or coconut.
3. Baskets from bitter chocolate with almond paste
- 200-230 g of bitter chocolate;
- 120 g almond paste;
- 1 tablespoon of honey;
- 2 tablespoons of coconut flour;
- 2½ teaspoons starch.
Connect almond paste, honey, coconut flour and starch, stir carefully. Break chocolate on pieces and melt. Pour chocolate into small molds for cupcakes, slowly turning them, so that the chocolate is distributed through the walls. Leave the place for almond paste on top.
In each mold, lay out two teaspoons of almond paste and spin again with chocolate. Sung at will and remove in the fridge until it is frozen.
4. Babaganush with bitter chocolate
Bitter chocolate will greatly enrich the taste of this dish oriental cuisine. Babaganush – an appetizer from eggplant, in which the nutty taste of sesame paste is combined with cocoa and spices.
- 8 cloves of garlic;
- 4 eggplant;
- 100 g of bitter chocolate;
- 1½ teaspoon zira;
- 1½ teaspoon paprika;
- 170 g of sesame paste;
- 2 tablespoons of chopped parsley.
Melt chocolate to cream consistency. Turn in the oven grill. Eggplant cut along in half. Stop baking sheets with foil or parchment, lay a crude garlic and eggplant on it cut up. Prepare them in the oven until they become soft and twisted.
Clean garlic, spoon remove the pulp of eggplants and put everything into the kitchen processor, adding chocolate, spices, sesame paste and parsley. Grind in mashed potatoes and serve Naan with peres.
5. Home Bitter Chocolate
Chocolate can not only buy in the store, but also prepare independently. So you can accurately get a natural and delicious product.
- 120 g of coconut oil;
- 120 g cocoa;
- 3 tablespoons of honey;
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract.
Melt coconut oil in deep dishes. Slowly interfere with the remaining ingredients until you have a homogeneous viscous consistency. Pour into the form and remove in the refrigerator for an hour.
Instead of honey you can also use maple syrup. Still with chocolate combined well, peanut paste, sharp peppers, crushed mint leaves, nuts and cinnamon. Add any ingredients to your liking while chocolate is still liquid.