Chocolate Lover’s Guide to Chocolate Pairings
Chocolate is an extremely versatile food that can be used in sweet or savory dishes. There are famous chocolate couples such as chocolate and peanut butter, but have you ever had chocolate and balsamic or chocolate and chilies? The following infographic named “Chocolate pairing” is a guide to create amazing chocolate concoctions for your next party or chocolate tasting!
It doesn’t matter which unusual food item you want drizzle chocolate over — chocolate experts can ensure your strange combination will taste somewhat delightful.
The club has created 13 “power couples”: Chocolate mixed with everything from seafood to cheese, and other unique combinations like balsamic vinegar, caramel, coffee, and pretzels to name few.
But there’s another good reason you shouldn’t feel guilty about indulging in some melted milk chocolate. Chocolate is an aphrodisiac, and scientifically speaking, chocolate releases dopamine — an organic chemical — in the pleasure part of the brain.
Put aside the taste for a moment, eating chocolate sounds even better when it’s paired with health benefits. Studies have shown that eating a piece of chocolate a day can lower your body’s BMI levels and can even boost heart health. What are your favorite foods to pair with chocolate?
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