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Happy Valentine’s Day (almost)! This is Chocolate Monday Part 2 this week, aka Food Network’s chocolate favorites for celebrating the holiday, part of their seasonal #ComfortFoodFeast. So this week you get two totally different kinds of chocolate recipes, Monday’s Guajillo Pepper and Mexican Chocolate Soup and today’s delectable brownies. Happy chocolate campers unite, LOL!
It’s been quite a while since we’ve had a savory Chocolate Monday and since I will be posting a sweet treat on Thursday for Food Network’s #ComfortFoodFeast, I thought it would be fun to take today’s post in another direction.
Probably the most well-known use of chocolate in savory dishes, Mexican mole sauce can be intimidating with its lengthy ingredient list, but this recipe is a snap to make. It has all the flavor and complexity with a fraction of the components.
This weekend was a busy one for me. On Saturday I started cooking for our day of Super Bowl snacking, testing several new recipes including today’s cookies. I finished making the rest of the meal on Sunday and we had fun tasting everything while watching the pre-game show and the Super Bowl. Some needed adjusting, but overall it was a great day of food excesses.
I grew up with three older brothers and a father who were all avid football fans. My mother and I would plan our meals around game times, being sure to have the guys back in front of the television in time for the next kick-off. These days juggling timing is more challenging because there are so many games on the air, but on Super Bowl Sunday only one game rules.