Now, when we say “hot brandy sauce,” we don’t just mean that it’s conventionally warm. Byron Bay Chilli Co used their Heavenly Habanero Chilli Sauce both in it and in the apple cinnamon cheesecake proper.
The chipotle chile adds a nice hint of heat and smoke to this spectacular way to end a great meal off the grill.
Lately, I’ve been posting a lot of recipes for spicy desserts. Not just because we writers are a lazy lot people who try to get the most out of a subject. Over the last few years we’ve seen more sweet offerings at the National Fiery Foods & Barbecue Show. Seeing a tendency like this at one show would be happenstance, twice coincidence, and three shows, well, that’s an outright movement. The easy route to sweet heat is the strategic application of cayenne or chile pepper to chocolate. While I’m as easy as the next guy, there’s no real art to just adding a chile to an existing dessert recipe and calling it a day. Here are some sources of heat to consider when you start your own adventures in spicy dessert.
I spent part of last weekend in an altered state of reality, my perceptions twisted by chemicals. And I wasn’t alone…in fact, fifteen thousand people joined me in this orgy of excess. Where was I? At the SW Chocolate and Coffee Fest, of course.