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Nun’s Revenge

It’s Recipe Day! Today, I just flipped open to this one called “Nun’s Revenge”. It just wants to be posted because I pasted this one up last week. One of the most heavenly flavor combinations is dark chocolate and orange and though I’ve not made this recipe yet, looks pretty good. My only change would be to add a drop of orange extract into the mix and, of course, omit the sugar and put something else in there. I know that some people hate to “zest” citrus rind, so again, just add a bit of orange extract!

Again, this recipe is from the book, “Hot Chocolate~50 Heavenly Cups of Comfort”, written by: Fred Thompson.

Without further ado, here it is:

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Nun’s Revenge~
Fabulous Italian Hot Chocolate

1/2 cup plus 2 tbsp. half-and-half

1 tsp. Arrowroot

1 tbsp. Sugar

2 oz. Bittersweet Chocolate (at least 70% cacao), chopped

2 to 4 strips Orange Zest for garnish

In a small bowl, combine 2 tablespoons of the half-and-half with the arrowroot, whisking until smooth.

Place the remaining 1/2 cup of half-and-half in a small saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a simmer.

When the half-and-half begins to bubble around the edges, whisk in the sugar. Whisk in the arrowroot mixture until the half-and-half thickens slightly, usually less than a minute.

Remove from the heat and quickly whisk in the chocolate until smooth. Pour into cups, top each with a piece of orange zest, and serve immediately.

Serves 2 in cappuccino cups OR 4 in espresso cups.

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Wednesday, April 11, 2007 ~ - Posted by | Chocolate, Recipes

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