bitter chocolate

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Noun1.bitter chocolate - pure unsweetened chocolate used in baking and icings and sauces and candybitter chocolate - pure unsweetened chocolate used in baking and icings and sauces and candy
chocolate - a food made from roasted ground cacao beans
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It was soft and fluffy with a liquid centre of semi-sweet and slightly bitter chocolate. It was accompanied by passion fruit, hazelnut crunch, cocoa nib tuile and salted caramel ice cream.
Despite not being sure what an affogato was, I ordered the Zetter's almond one, which came served with bitter chocolate and camomile shortbread, with an option shot of espresso, which made the affogato melt beautifully.
Her Majesty cannot help craving dark, bitter chocolate - the darker the better - and her favourite dessert is chocolate biscuit cake, he claims.
Tutt, 36, impressed judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace with three final dishes inspired by his MasterChef journey - a roast scallop and smoked cauliflower starter, a squab pigeon breast main with spiced cherries, and a bitter chocolate and ale ice cream dessert.
"I've put my heart and soul into it and it's been an absolute pleasure, up there with the happiest days of my life." Kenny's winning meal involved roast scallops, a squab pigeon breast main and a bitter chocolate dessert.
Kenny finished with a dessert of bitter chocolate, ale ice-cream, malt tuile and smoked caramel.
As the wine opens in the glass, a bitter chocolate note chimes in as the wine reveals serious foodie credentials that would suit a bold-flavoured charred piece of ribeye.
Or, try a slice of this cake with a tiny square of dark, bitter chocolate for a perfect pairing.
Cocoa powder by itself has a very strong, bitter chocolate flavor with a slight citrus aftertaste.
As a kid I loved the white chocolate because it was the sweeter of them all but now I prefer dark bitter chocolate. Also you must have heard everyone say that eating chocolate is not good for you!
Long-lasting flavour of bitter chocolate continues well into the aftertaste.