bitter chocolate

  1. pure unsweetened chocolate used in baking and icings and sauces and candy
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How To Use bitter chocolate In A Sentence

  • Dishes like pheasant braised with apple puree and covered in a bitter chocolate sauce are presented with such finesse that it almost seems a shame to eat them.
  • It tasted of chocolate not sugar, but was not so unremittingly dark that it would defeat those who find very bitter chocolate just too grown-up.
  • While copper beech has a reddish tinge, the leaves of Riversii have a rich depth of colour best described as bitter chocolate tinged with deep violet.
  • From a nutritional perspective, I think dark, bitter chocolate gets the edge because it is relatively low in sugar.
  • We were flagging by now, but I managed a pudding, choosing bitter chocolate tart, mango puree and thyme ice cream, for £5.
  • I am not an expert on desserts, but the outer crust on the fairly ordinary orange ice cream interior didn't work for me at all, nor did the bitter chocolate sauce.
  • It's worth waiting the 15 minutes required for his chocolate Pithiviers, a crisp igloo shape of hot, thin puff pastry, filled with warm, soft bitter chocolate and almond frangipane, served with an elegant coffee bean sauce.
  • Jasmine blossoms and green tea leaves are infused in extra-bitter chocolate ganache.
  • From light and fluffy chocolate mousse or bitter chocolate sorbet to steamed chocolate fudge pudding or rich, dense chocolate cake, there is surely a recipe to suit all tastes.
  • We were flagging by now, but I managed a pudding, choosing bitter chocolate tart, mango purée and thyme ice cream, for £5.
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