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Anyone have a recipe for a fancy hot chocolate for adults?

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Nigel Slater has a simple hot chocolate recipe that is more about the taste of the chocolate and less about the artificial sugar.

Take 50g of good quality dark chocolate and grate into a saucepan with 250ml of milk that is almost at the boil. Stir the milk until the chocolate has completely dissolved and the drink is slightly thicker.

Stir in sugar to taste and you can even add some double cream. This recipe serves one person.

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How to Make Great Drinking Chocolate



Hot chocolate is one of thoses childhood drinks that are amazing. It doesn't matter how old or young you are - everybody loves a good hot chocolate.
I've followed hundreds of different recipes but my all time favorite is this one. It's actually a Parisian hot chocolate recipe so not only does it taste great but it sounds very fancy.
Ingredients:
2 cups full fat milk
5 oz (130g) of good quality bittersweet chocolate ie high percentage of cocoa - chopped small
2 tablespoons of brown sugar (to taste).
Method:
1. Heat the milk in a medium pan
2. When the milk is warm whisk in the chocolate and stir until melted and very hot.
3. Cook on a low boil light for about 3 minutes but whisk constantly. Make sure it doesn't boil over.
4.Taste it and add sugar if desired.
Serve in small coffee cups for a really sophisticated look.

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You can try using almond or rice milk as well or just buy a non-dairy creamer.

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