Dark Chocolate Sorbet with Lavender and Candied Flowers:

Dark Chocolate Sorbet With Lavender And Candied Flowers:

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Ingredients

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    2 -1/4 cups water (500ml)
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    1 cup sugar
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    pinch salt
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    handful dried lavender, or dried mint, or flavored black tea. etc.. as desired)
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    ¾ cup dutch process cocoa powder 6 oz (170 grams) best quality dark bittersweet chocolate)

How to Make Dark Chocolate Sorbet with Lavender and Candied Flowers:

Step-by-Step

  1. Mix 1.5 cups water with the sugar, cocoa, pinch of salt. Boil 45 seconds. Add lavender or other flavorings. Turn off heat. Infuse two minutes then strain.

    Add chocolate plus remainder of water. Blend thoroughly (I use a stick blender.)

    Chill mix completely, then freeze in an ice-cream machine

    Serve garnished with candied roses, rose petals or other edible flowers or mint leaves

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