Spanish Hot Chocolate. As in centuries past, today the Spanish drink rich hot chocolate for breakfast, and it's so thick that you can stand a churro in it. This is very rich and thick, like a loose pudding. In Barcelona, specially in the old city, you can enjoy a dreamy thick rich chocolate caliente.
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Ingredients of Spanish Hot Chocolate
- It's 240 ml of dairy free milk.
- It's 45 g of dairy free dark chocolate.
- You need 1 of level teaspoon cornstarch.
- It's 15 g of caster sugar.
The texture of the Hot Chocolate in Spain is thicker compared with other hot chocolates out there, and they always serve it with churro pastries that you can dip into your chocolate. However, if you don't have churros, doughnuts or any other favorite pastry would work great with it. But, for the home cook, the Spanish way is probably the simplest. The cornflour in this recipe gives it a Barry-White richness without any of the fuss.
Spanish Hot Chocolate instructions
- Place the milk and cornstarch into a saucepan Whisk until the cornstarch has dissolved Heat the milk until just before boiling.
- Turn down the heat to low and stir in the chocolate and sugar Stir continuously until the chocolate thickens Pour into four little espresso cupcakes and enjoy.
Spanish Hot Chocolate with Coconut Churros Many moons ago when I had cable, I was watching some show on the Cooking Channel about living in Spain. I was immediately glued to the television. My biggest dream is to go back and visit Spain or what I affectionately call "The Mother Land." Spanish hot chocolate (Chocolate a la taza) I still remember that sensational feeling of being a kid and dipping my churros in that damn good cup of Spanish hot chocolate. When I was a kid, my dad worked as a teacher in an accountancy school.