March 21, 2009
I threatened to do this, and now tonight I have. 6 pictures of this fiasco below the fold.
Here's your ingredients:
That's two taco-sized tortillas, and 8 semisweet chocolate minis.
Preheat your griddle. Chop up the chocolate coarsely.
And spread it on one tortilla, which you place on the griddle.
When the chocolate seems to be melting, put the other tortilla on and flip it.
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.
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.
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.
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