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Romancing with Chocolate

Chocolate is a raw or processed food produced from the seed of the tropical cacao tree. Cacao has been cultivated for at least three millennia in Mexico, Central and South America

The seeds of the cacao tree have an intense bitter taste, and must be fermented to develop the flavor. After fermentation, the beans are dried, then cleaned, and then roasted, and the shell is removed to produce cacao nibs. The nibs are then ground to make chocolate liquor. This is pure chocolate in rough form and is bitter to taste.

The romance has just begun now

It is then segregated in two forms, cocoa solid and cocoa butter.

Baking chocolate: cocoa solid + touch of cocoa butter
Sweet chocolate: cocoa solid+ cocoa butter+ fat+ sugar
Milk Chocolate: Sweet chocolate+ condensed milk
White Chocolate: cocoa butter + sugar+ milk (no cocoa solid)

The romance is now about to be at its peak.

Let us now talk about one of the many byproducts of Chocolate

CHOCOLATE RUM POTS (As it is very easy to do at home)
The best part is that you can consume this in two forms: Lukewarm and chilled. (see method 6A and 6B)

225 Gms chocolate
4 eggs separated
6 tbsp caster sugar
6 tbsp dark Rum
4 whipped cream

Method:

1-Melt Chocolate
2- In a separate bowl, mix egg yolk and sugar properly
3- In the same bowl add rum and melted chocolate.
4- When still hot add whipped cream
5- This is the time when you whisk the egg white separately and add it to the mixture and blend.

Now:
6 A: – Pour it in the ice tray and refrigerate
6 B: – In a toothpick have strawberry, marshmallows, and orange flakes and dip in Luke warm chocolate pot and enjoy

The Romance will be at Its Peak Now. Will it not be?

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