You’ll need a lot of chocolate — more than a pound! — for Dorie Greenspan’s Chunkers, and every penny that you put into buying great chocolate for these will come back to you in oohs, aahs and culinary contentment. There’s no question that these are one of the world’s great cookies.
unsweetened cocoa powder
Adding the rich caramel undertones of Bard’s Gold beer to the dark chocolate and molasses gives a new twist to a classic.
Black beans replace all the flour in these rich-tasting brownies, leaving a high-protein, fiber-filled treat will all the classic chocolate flavor intact.
In our chicken and wine recipe, deep dark chocolate is what we call a “stealth” ingredient, a little something added toward the end of making a stew that secretly gives a dish oomph, in this case an earthy, nutty and rich flavor you can’t identify but makes you fall in love with your meal.
What makes a chili unforgettable? When the meat and the right combo of spices are cooked slowly enough to make them melt into the sauce. This is the recipe that makes that happen, and the unsweetened cocoa powder addition is masterful, adding dark, dusky flavor. I first discovered this recipe in Cooking Slow, by Andrew Schloss, a […]