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Cooking with Chocolate: More than 70 Entrees, Drinks, and Decadent Desserts
     

Cooking with Chocolate: More than 70 Entrees, Drinks, and Decadent Desserts

by Avner Laskin, Danya Weiner (Photographer)
 
The possibilities of chocolate as an ingredient are endless. Not just for dessert, it can be used to season meat and poultry, as well as sweetened and served in decadent cakes, sweet confectionaries, creamy ice cream, or hot and cold drinks. It can be melted, baked, whipped, and frothed, and it can be combined with a variety of other ingredients to create a multitude

Overview

The possibilities of chocolate as an ingredient are endless. Not just for dessert, it can be used to season meat and poultry, as well as sweetened and served in decadent cakes, sweet confectionaries, creamy ice cream, or hot and cold drinks. It can be melted, baked, whipped, and frothed, and it can be combined with a variety of other ingredients to create a multitude of different tastes. COOKING WITH CHOCOLATE offers more than seventy recipes for mouthwatering entrees, desserts, and drinks featuring chocolate. Easy step-by-step instructions and enticing photographs throughout add to the joy of cooking with one of the most versatile and beloved foods in the world.

Make delicious dishes including:
• Steak in Chili and Chocolate Sauce
• Roast Pork Ribs in Chocolate Rum Sauce
• Banana Chocolate Cake
• Chocolate Rugelach
• Chocolate Creme Brulee
• Coconut Chocolate Milkshake
• Cioccolata (Italian Hot Chocolate)
• Bittersweet Chocolate and Espresso Truffles

This cookbook is a chocolate-lover's dream come true.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780517229415
Publisher:
Random House Value Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/06/2007
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
8.49(w) x 10.32(h) x 0.55(d)

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