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Chocolate for Dinner? Savory Chocolate Recipes

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Chocolate for Dinner? Savory Chocolate Recipes

Cocoa Coffee Rub
Ingredients:

2 oz. unsweetened natural cocoa
2 oz. ground espresso
2 oz. porcini mushroom powder
3 lbs. beef tenderloin

Directions:
Combine cocoa, ground espresso, and mushroom powder. Mix well.

Sear tenderloin evenly on all sides. Allow tenderloin to cool. Then evenly coat with cocoa rub on all sides. Place tenderloin in low, preheated oven to finish cooking.

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Remove from oven when internal temperature reaches 120°F (medium rare) or desired doneness. Allow to rest. Serves six.

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12 comments

1 Madelaine Stofsky { 06.01.16 at 5:24 am }

I love reading through a post that will make men andwomen think. Also, thank you for allowingfor me to comment!

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2 Terry { 09.13.14 at 10:52 am }

Been eating chocolate gravy since I was a youngun. But we use corn starch instead of flour. Gives it a better taste without the flour taste.

3 Karen { 09.13.14 at 10:49 am }

I grew up on this delicious stuff. We called it in kids terms “Doodle-up Chocolate’. Where we got that word, don’t know.
It’s delicious served hot over a buttered biscuit on a cold winter evening for a snack.

4 philip askenback { 09.13.14 at 8:08 am }

instead of chocolate, I use 1/4 cup Kahlua…..

5 betty { 02.25.13 at 5:58 pm }

Here’s Chocolate Gravy; I’ve not made this recipe. Just seems that it would not be good.
Chocolate Gravy – -3 CUPS

– 8 tbsp. unsalted butter
– 1 cup sugar
– 1⁄2 cup cocoa powder
– 1⁄4 cup flour
– 2 cups milk
– 1⁄2 tsp. vanilla extract

1. Melt the butter in a 2-qt. -saucepan over medium-high heat.
2. Whisk together the sugar, cocoa, and flour in a bowl; add to the melted butter; whisk.
3. Slowly add milk, whisking constantly, until smooth.

4. Bring to a simmer; cook until thick, 2—3 minutes.
5. Whisk in vanilla.

6 cheeny { 02.22.13 at 11:22 pm }

amy i have never made chocolate gravey but my mother-in -law did and like you she served it with homemade biscuits they were so awsome! would you be willing to share your recipe?

7 amy { 02.21.13 at 3:05 pm }

You don’t know what you are missing…..choc gravy on a warm biscuit in the morning is one my whole family loves, not just immediate family either. Try it sometime I think you will be pleasantly surprised.

8 Charlie { 02.20.13 at 6:38 pm }

Chili recipe sounds great. If you have not tried chocolate in your chili you are missing out. Just make sure to use bittersweet or unsweetened. Look up some mole chicken or turkey recipes. You’ll love it.

9 arab28 { 02.20.13 at 2:10 pm }

My company had a chili contest. I made my cowboy chili, which calls for the “secret” ingredient as “dark cocoa” powder. My chili went immediately, everyone was saying, “there’s just something different” and it “tastes so good, what did you put in it?” When I told them and gave the recipe out – they were all surprised. So, try it before you judge it, and you might find yourself smiling at a pleasant surprised for your taste buds.

10 David { 02.20.13 at 1:33 pm }

can’t imagine chocolate in/on anything but something sweet……

11 Alli-May { 02.20.13 at 12:58 pm }

I love chocolate too farmerellen, but……………much as I love to try new foodie things I’m not brave enough to give these recipes a go either.
I have tried chocolate in chili before and all I could tast was ………chocolate. Be very interesting to see how others get on. Good luck.

12 farmerellen { 02.20.13 at 11:12 am }

I love chocolate, but…….I’ll pass on these recipes, and the chocolate gravy someone mentioned on FB~

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