Chocolate de Agua - Recipe & Video (Non Dairy Cocoa)
Chocolate de Agua Recipe (Non Dairy Cocoa): Spiced, aromatic, comforting, and light beverage, perfect for those cool mornings and nights. Love in a cup.
Course Breakfast, Drinks
Cuisine Dominican, Latino
Keyword chocolate embajador, chocolate water recipe, como preparar chocolate en agua, dominican chocolate
Cook Time 10minutes
Total Time 10minutes
Author Clara Gonzalez
A pinch of nutmeg
A pinch of salt
2baking chocolate bars or 2 cups of cocoa powder(unsweetened)
Mix water, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and salt.
Bring to a boil over medium heat and simmer until 1/3 of the liquid has evaporated.
Add chocolate (or cocoa) and stir until the chocolate has dissolved.
Add sugar to taste.
Sieve to remove solids and serve hot.
Dominicans will immediately know what brands of chocolate bars we use for this (Embajador or Munne brands) "water chocolate" recipe, however, it won't be possible to find those abroad.I have experimented with unsweetened baking chocolate with a pretty good result, bear in mind that baking chocolate can be a bit overpowering so start with half the amount the recipe calls for. Try it and if it seems like it might need more chocolate, then add a second square.If you are using cocoa powder, use the unsweetened kind and follow the same instructions as in the paragraph above.Use the equivalent amount of your favorite sweetener instead of sugar for a low-carb, keto, diabetic-friendly, light version.