How to Make Mexican Chocolate #DIY #CraftersU #Cooking

Ruben Ortega, of Hugo’s Restaurant in Houston, Texas, shows you how to make Mexican chocolate. Perfect for hot chocolate and mole, it’s a deep, pure flavor that’s undeniably Mexican.

Making your own peanutbutter

Alton Brown likes peanut Butter….a lot! In fact he loves it so much that he couldn’t stop eating it while making this video, so they had to subtitle it! But he doesn’t just go to the supermarket and buy ready-made peanut butter, ooh no, he makes it himself and improves upon it. In this quick and easy tutorial, he dishes out good advice on how to make it taste better, and even add things like chile oil or chocolate to make it stand out. So what are you waiting for? Start buttering up today!

Melting and tempering chocolate

Anyone interested in chocolate crafts, melting it and tempering it, should watch this video from the channel Howdini. Here, the world-renowned chocolate maker Jacques Torres shows us how to melt and temper chocolate, both with the simple microwave solution, and the professional techniques, so you can choose what level of seriousness you want to apply to your project. No matter what level you choose, your final result should become much more elegant and tasty after you have watched this tutorial!

How to make Chocolate bowls

#craftersu #diy #Chocolate

This is a very interesting video from the Japanese YouTube channel Hey! It’s Mosogourmet! In this speechless video, you can learn how to make neat bowls out of chocolate and fill them with any other foods, like ice cream. We wouldn’t recommend hot food items though, since it would probably melt the bowl. In any case, this can be a very appreciated way of presenting your food at a party, so we strongly recommend anyone who like to entertain to watch this video. Unfortunately it does not contain the necessary information about how to melt and temper chocolate, so we added another video from  the unrelated YouTube channel Howdini where the world-renowned chocolate maker Jacques Torres shows us how to melt and temper chocolate. In the video below he shows us both the simple microwave solution, and the professional techniques, so you can choose what level of seriousness you want to apply to your presentation.