No. The reason for this is that dark chocolate is sweeter and if its to sweet it destroys the taste. If you really want to use normal dark chocolate you may have to put only 3 quarters of the actual amount.
Melted dark chocolate
Yes you can. Dark chocolate and semi-sweet have essentially the same consistency, and therefore bake at about the same rate.
This sentence is not written in correct grammar. It should say I ordered dark chocolate instead of My ordered. You could also use a comma with the conjunction "but". "I ordered dark chocolate, but is was not yet in my hand."
of course! it just will taste different. it will be a more rich and deep flavored instead of light and fluffy like silk.
You can but it's not a good substitution in baking. You really need bittersweet or dark chocolate to give the chocolate intensity, which becomes diluted in baking recipes.
If you can't eat milk chocolate because you are allergic to milk, try pure dark chocolate (not the regular kind you can buy in any store, but specialty dark chocolate). If you can't eat any chocolate - poor soul - then a great alternative is carob chocolate, which is not actually chocolate. Still tastes pretty convincing, though.
Someone might use chocolate powder in cooking such as baking a cake. You can also use chocolate powder for making hot chocolate or a chocolate milkshake.
Yes you can i made cake but i used normal chocolate and melted it
In a pinch, you could try substituting chocolate bars for cakes, and there are lots of delicious recipes that call for candy (eating chocolate). Generally, your best choice would be to use "cooking chocolate" or semi-sweet chocolate chips for cooking. If you don't have the type of chocolate called for in your recipe, there are many substitution charts available to help you out.
It depends on what your making, but you could usually use chocolate chips or chunked chocolate.
I would use semi sweet... Actually you can use any type of chocolate but it would only melt
There are many kinds of chocolate one can use to make dipping chocolate. One can use milk chocolate, dark chocolate, or white chocolate to make dipping chocolate.
Yes, you can use canned or bottled cola for cooking.
Yes it is okay
Not really, as each has very different properties and it can affect the cooking time and outcome. It is best to stick with what the recpie calls for.
cooc beans like in regular chocolate but they use less sugar
Chocolate can be used instead of candy melts in most cases. The chocolate is easier to melt, which is something to keep in mind.
Yes you can.
You can use melted chocolate instead, there are many website which contain recipes for chocolate treats using melted chocolate instead of cocoa powder. It also tastes nicer too! :) hope it helps x
The dessert recipe was called chocolate decadence with dark chocolate and cherries.