Link to Recipe for Mexican Chocolate Pots de Creme
I made this a few weeks ago for my friend and her boyfriend. They thought it was one of the best desserts they had ever had!
The Mexican chocolate, which is flavored with ingredients like cinnamon, almonds and vanilla,
lends a distinct flavor to Stephanie Prida’s rich custard, which was featured in Food and Wine Magazine.
Look for Mexican Chocolate at Mexican markets and specialty-food stores, (although in California, it is in most supermarkets)
This simple recipe has few ingredients which highlight the earthiness, complexity and spices so distinct to Mexican cookery.
So what is Mexican Chocolate?
According to Lynne Hemer from the author of the blog “Cook and Be Merry” (It includes the wonderful recipe for
Mexican Chocolate Cheesecake)
So what is Ibarra Mexican Chocolate, anyway? Ibarra is a brand of Mexican Chocolate that is made in Guadalajara, Mexico. The circular tablets, which are about ½” thick and 3 ¼” in diameter, are made from sugar, cacao nibs, lecithin and cinnamon flavoring….
Publish Date: 05/12/2010 18:54