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    Re: Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa

    KK, just a suggestion...

    Try adding all your ingredients (apart from the water) into a jug, then steam it. ;)


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    Re: Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa

    Quote Originally Posted by 537279797E64170 link=1217763868/50#50 date=1239197600
    KK, just a suggestion...

    Try adding all your ingredients (apart from the water) into a jug, then steam it. ;)
    Good suggestion Dennis
    I thought about doing it that way but went back to the way I knew best

    I will give steaming the mixture a try in the morning
    Should be easy

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    Re: Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa

    Quote Originally Posted by 50717A7A7D67140 link=1217763868/50#50 date=1239197600
    KK, just a suggestion...

    Try adding all your ingredients (apart from the water) into a jug, then steam it. ;)
    I tried it by your suggestion Dennis
    Making it this way tastes a little thicker with a silkier mouth feel

    Here is the recipe again with the new steps

    For a mug size drink
    2 heaped tea spoons of Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa
    1 tea spoon brown sugar (can add extra if you have a sweet tooth)
    2 table spoons of real Maple syrup (not golden syrup)
    Milk of your choice, enough to fill your mug

    Place all ingredients in a 600 ml jug
    Give the ingredients a mixing stir with a spoon
    Steam the milk and ingredients as per the normal coffee making way

    Pour it in your drinking mug & enjoy

    Its Heavenly mmmmmmmm

    KK

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    Re: Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa

    Cocoa Pop Corn 8-) Couple of Tbsp Sugar, 1 Tsp Cinnamon, 2 Tsp Cocoa (heaped). Cook Corn as normal then add the mix in at the end over the left over heat to caramelise the sugar.

    Hot choc to follow later.

    Lord of the rings Snack :)

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    Re: Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa

    Quote Originally Posted by 25040F0F0812610 link=1217763868/50#50 date=1239197600

    Try adding all your ingredients (apart from the water) into a jug, then steam it. ;)
    I concur...and so do all my guests! great body and consistency.

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    Re: Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa

    ChoccieSnobs...

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    I don't usually revive threads, but perhaps others like me were wondering whether to add one of these to their next order 8 years later to make the most of postage... and I confirm it is totally worth it!

    2/3 cocoa 1/3 white sugar (alas, nothing else around the house), blend it with a bit of boiling water, then add the milk, it was so good half my cup was drunk by others "tasting". It doesn't have the bitter stickiness of e.g. Van Houten. I have a feeling it will be gone quickly.

    Thanks Andy for some great sourcing and for keeping the product going all these years.
    Dimal, trentski and ethan961 like this.

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