The chipotle chile adds a nice hint of heat and smoke to this spectacular way to end a great meal off the grill.
To paraphrase Michael Corleone, if history has taught me one thing, it’s that you can grill anything. It doesn’t always mean you should, but you certainly can.
Speaking of traditional desserts, how about a Barbecued Banana Split?
“Our success is based on getting married with our ideas,” she said. “We cannot lower our guard.” And finally, “Mexico es lo maximo!”
If you only want a hint of heat, add 1 teaspoon. I usually add 2 teaspoons!
This crunchy candy puts a hot new twist on a traditional brittles. Be very careful when removing the candy from the microwave because it will be very, very hot. The times given here are approximate and can vary because of the power differences of the ovens, so be sure to monitor the candy closely.
Here is Harald Zoschke’s recipe for truffles. He notes: “If you are a chocoholic (like me), and like it spicy (like me), you’ll love these melt-in-your-mouth chocolate truffles. They have a pleasant zing, which you will notice shortly after you taste the nice chocolate-fruit flavor. Best of all, this is a truffle recipe that’s easy to prepare! Melting the chocolate in a bowl over hot water is necessary because it would burn easily with direct heat, rendering it useless. Also, avoid even smallest amounts of water getting in contact with your melted chocolate; it would get lumpy, and you would have to start over, melting fresh chocolate.”