Who would think grilling and chocolate would be in the same sentence? Well, fifteen years ago, I shocked many people, grilling desserts on my TV shows. Here's one of my tried-n-true grilled-dessert TV favorites.
When choosing chocolate, look for a shiny finish, which is a sign that the chocolate was heated at the right temperature for the right amount of time. Also, look for a crispy snap when chocolate is broken into pieces. Choose a good chocolate source for cooking; like Lindt, Callebaut, Scharffen Berger or Perugina.
Chocolate con Plátanos Quesadilla
Recipe by George Hirsch | Makes 6 servings
I’ve adapted a very popular Mexican dessert to celebrate summer on the grill and a great way to wrap up any fiesta. The origin of this recipe is fried, but who is going to refuse this decanant version.