Baci di Dama literally means “kisses of a lady”: the name refers to the fact that the two halves of this biscuit, glued together by a layer of melted chocolate, look like two lips ready to be kissed. And what a buttery, delicious kiss it would be!
Baci di dama have been invented more than a...
About 18-20 Cookies, Preparation 10 mins, Cooking 20 mins
Unsalted butter, 250 g
Plain flour, 250g
Spelt flour, 130 g
Caster sugar, 120 g
Dark Chocolate, to taste
A pinch of salt
Put both the sieved flours in a bowl along with sugar, stir.
Cut the cold butter into small pieces and...
Always appreciated and easy to make not only for children but also for lazy adults who want a not too demanding chocolatey snack to prepare.
No cooking, just a nap in the fridge.
Makes about 15, Preparation time less than 5 mins, nap in the fridge 20 mins.
100 g milk or dark chocolate
Chocolate Cake for Two in ramekins | Dessert for Two
According to this site 👆🏻
I need to use "neutral oil"
As I have no idea what that means, can I use coconut oil? (which I like for deserts)
Additionally I have no baking powder and cannot get any since lock down (I've looked every day)
I am a dark chocolate fan, and want to find some quality chocolates (the darker the better, at least 78% to 90% or such).
This thread can also be useful for folks interested in other types and darkness/milk-I-ness of chocolates. In my case I'm not interested in chocolate as a dessert (since...
Mascarpone Brownies (adapted from Food Network Canada)
Very, very, very rich, moist, fudgy and chocolaty. I've been considering mixing a tiny bit of instant espresso powder, maybe 1/2 to 1 tsp, in with the flour and cocoa powder mixture. I may do this next time.
I meant to try to get a...
just got done watching 1 of the Food Network holiday competition shows and the tasting element 1 team came up with was the above. The judges raved about it. It was a dark chocolate ganache with smashed black garlic in it, refrigerated, wrapped around a stemmed maraschino cherry, refrigerated...
hello, all! I find myself in a bit of a pickle! I am making wood burned cutting boards for christmas gifts using family recipes. however, the recipe i am wanting to use for my aunt is only a partial recipe. i have the list of ingredients and the bake temp and that's pretty much it. I don't have...
Ricotta is a light and creamy cheese with a delicate flavour. It’s quite low in fat, making it a good substitute for mascarpone.
This cake is just perfect for breakfast, or as a treats for the afternoon tea, very easy to prepare and all ingredients work perfectly together.
Here is a recipe for fellow "procrastinators" lol
Fig & Chocolate Pecan Crostata
1 refrigerated piecrust from a box (not in a dish)
1 large egg
1 jar (13 oz.) fig jam
4 TB. plus 1 tsp. sugar
2 TB. bourbon
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 tsp. orange zest
1 1/2 cups pecan halves
1/2 cup bittersweet...
As per @morning glory request. Simple recipe for these, but happy they worked as it was my first attempt making them. In Australia, there was also a commercial version of these called Violet Crumbles.
Mix together 1 cup caster sugar, 3 tbsp golden syrup, and 1/3 cup of water in a pot and bring...
Aubergine and Chocolate. Yes, it sounds a bit weird, yet this combination works very well. There is a cake that is made on the Amalfi Coast (Campania - Italy) that includes aubergines and chocolate. This time I wanted to try a less demanding and most fun version.
Serves: 4 | Preparation time...
I finally found the recipe. I had forgotten that I picked out a bunch of recipes I wanted to type up for the computer/cloud cookbook and then finally remembered I had done that last night. Sure enough, it was in among them. I'll be making this soon.
5 large egg yolks
1/2 cup plus 2 Tbsp...
heard this was good, so the wife bought some yesterday, dessert last night was loaf and hot custard and ice cream. Everyone loved it. While on the subject of desserts I see mg, posted on another thread a neenish tart. We also have them here. My friend from Sydney always gets one every day when...