March 21, 2009

Bachelor Chef -- chocolate quesadilla

I threatened to do this, and now tonight I have. 6 pictures of this fiasco below the fold.

Here's your ingredients:

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That's two taco-sized tortillas, and 8 semisweet chocolate minis.

Preheat your griddle. Chop up the chocolate coarsely.

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And spread it on one tortilla, which you place on the griddle.

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When the chocolate seems to be melting, put the other tortilla on and flip it.

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After a bit (20 or 30 seconds) use your spatula to squeeze out air bubbles and make sure the chocolate is spread almost to the edges.

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Take it off the griddle and put it in the refrigerator for 5-10 minutes, until the top tortilla no longer slides easily over the bottom one. You have to stiffen up the chocolate enough so you can cut it without making a mess.

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Then cut it into squares.

It's really too much for me all at once. I ate about half of it and put the rest in a plastic bag back in the frig. But it actually tastes quite good, as long as you use enough chocolate. I think it would be disgusting with milk chocolate, though. It really does need to be dark chocolate or semi-sweet chocolate.

UPDATE: I lied. It isn't really very good. Bleah.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste in Daily Life at 06:15 PM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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1 Would a layer of marshmallow cream and some cinnamon and sugar help?

Posted by: BigD at March 21, 2009 09:28 PM (LjWr8)

2 That sounds like a double-bleah.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at March 21, 2009 10:48 PM (+rSRq)

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