Chocolate, the “food of the gods,” is a common ingredient when it comes to creating desserts, but how often do you think about using it as part of a savory entree?
When you think of chocolate, most will come up with ideas for chocolate chip cookies, rich brownies or even the camper’s favorite; s’mores. While chocolate is typically included in a restaurant or food truck dessert menu in some countries adding chocolate or cocoa to savory dishes is as common as a teaspoon of salt or a dash of oregano.
Though a rare ingredient in most American dishes many Latin and European chefs maintain the flavor of chocolate in main dishes should be more commonly used with traditional seasonings.
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