Web of Exotic Chocolate
Szechuan pepper is one of the strongest kinds of pepper, and it is commonly used as a spice in Asian cooking. A mild variety of pepper can be used as an alternative; crush just before using to enjoy the full strength of its aroma.
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- Portions: 4
- Difficulty: Easy
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Melt the couverture chocolate in a saucepan on the hob.
Chill on a cold table, using a spatula to stir continuously.
Pour the lukewarm mixture into a piping bag with a narrow nozzle. Sprinkle the lime zest, pepper, salt and cocoa bean (according to your taste) over a sheet of baking paper and draw a web-like pattern with the chocolate. Add the basil and mint leaves while the chocolate is still soft.
Set aside in the fridge and snap when chilled to make a kind of lid to place on top of each cup. When the Cappuccino is served, you will have an interesting and exotic combination.
Nutritional information 144kcal = 602kj /per portion
- 143.93 Calories Energy
- 61.59 Milligrams Calcium
- 3.19 Grams Protein
- 7.06 Milligrams Vitamin C
- 16.86 Grams Carbohydrates
- 2.80 Grams Fiber
- 505.07 Milligrams Sodium
- 6.81 Grams Fats
- 4.48 Grams Saturated Fats