With chocolate sauce everyone automatically thinks that chocolate is necessary in the recipe. That it works differently and why Cocoa powder* is the better choice, I'll show you with this recipe. With 5 simple ingredients have you in 10 minutes conjured up a delicious chocolate sauce.
Just like Chocolate ice cream you reach the maximum possible chocolate taste with pure cocoa powder. Because when you get right down to it, chocolate is simply cocoa powder with additional additives. So why take this detour when you can buy the pure chocolate essence?
Please make sure that you use pure cocoa powder, which can also be used for Baking and no powder for chocolate drinks, which contain far less cocoa and are already sugared.
If you miss the milky taste in this recipe, I have another tip for you below. But please try this recipe first, because it might surprise you.
Ingredients for the chocolate sauce
- 125 ml water
- 90 g sugar or cane sugar*
- 1 pinch of salt
- 1 tablespoon vanilla sugar (best homemade)
- 40 g Cocoa powder*
Preparation chocolate sauce
- Simmer water, sugar, salt and vanilla sugar for 5 minutes on the stove.
- Then remove the pot from the heat and sieve the cocoa powder into the sugar solution while stirring.
- Simmer again for 5 minutes and stir continuously.
- Either use the chocolate sauce immediately or pour it into a screw-top jar while still hot.
- In the refrigerator the sauce is Shelf life at least 1 week. When it has cooled, it thickens a little more.
Who would like a milky taste in his chocolate sauce, he can't Water in the recipe also with replace 50 ml cream and 75 ml milk. However, then the Durability strongly limited and the sauce should be consumed within a few days.
I think you guys already have plenty of ideas yourselves on how to use chocolate sauce. But here's some food for thought anyway:
- Ice cream
- Roast beef (use a little less sugar here)
Variations of the chocolate sauce
There are some Variations, which provide variety depending on the desired use.
- Chili for some spiciness
- Cardamom for an asian touch
- Cinnamon in the cold season
- Cognac or rum.if you like it more alcoholic
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