Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Color Mania #4: Chocolatey Mochaccino

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For most of you, choosing between a cup of hot chocolate and a cup of hot coffee could be really hard.

If thats so, the best choice is to go for both at the same time. :) A mock tail may be. Chocolatey Mochaccino as Hershey's says ;)

I have had chocolate flavored tea years back at Munnar. But then chocolate coffee was pretty new to me and it was absolutely yummy :)

Chocolatey Mochaccino
Color Mania #4: Brown

Did you know?
  • Brown is a color, denoting a range of composite colors produced by a mixture of orange, red, rose, or yellow with black or gray.
  • Brown represents wholesomeness and earthiness.
  • The Dravidian Caucasoids and Indo-Aryan people of South Asia are sometimes called brown.
  • The Japanese do not have a specific word for brown. Rather, they use more descriptive names such as “tea-color," "fox-color," and "fallen-leaf.”
  • In the United States, Thanksgiving is represented by brown and orange.
  • If you dream of the color brown, it means you will be lucky with money.
The first thing that comes to my mind about brown is chocolates. I just love them so much. I can even live on it. :) But my dentist hates this wish of mine :(

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Ingredients:

Hot milk - 1 cup
Instant coffee powder - 3 tsp
Chocolate syrup - 2 tblsp
Sugar - for taste (If your chocolate syrup is unsweetened and if you have a sweet tooth)
Whipped Cream - optional

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Method:

Stir in hot milk, instant coffee powder and sugar in a pan. Switch off the flame and add the chocolate syrup to it and mix well. Top it with whipped cream and serve hot. :)

The instant coffee powder used matters a lot. I used Melosa 3 in 1 instant cappuccino powder to make my cup of delicious coffee. :) Since Melosa has added sugar and creamer in it, my chocolaty coffee was thick and creamy :)

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Note:
You can serve it cold too. Its yummy both ways.

You can also add steamed milk foam or whipped cream as a topping. :)

If you don't have chocolate syrup, either double boil a small bar of chocolate or mix in two tsp of cocoa powder with 3 tsp of water and boil it along with some sugar and add it to the coffee.

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Written by: Nithya
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53 comments:

Jeyashris Kitchen said...

amazing clicks nithya. though the name looks complicated the recipe sounds easier.excellent

Aps Kitchen said...

This was the suspense???? It luks so yummmmmmmmm I want it ryt away!!!! Give it tome girl!!

Anuradha said...

ooooooooooooh!! What a picture nithya... Looks very yummy. Though I dont like coffee, this one is tempting me to have a cup... Its HOT!!!!

Aps Kitchen said...

I can see tht hot steam line :) :) nd yeh I love chocolates too

Suhaina said...

the pictures look so awesome. wonderfully done. Wish to have one hot cup of this right now.

Indian Khana said...

Beautiful clicks Nithya...looks damn gud...n drink is yum..I like hot

Kanchan said...

Awesome .... Just drooling over the snaps !! This looks too yummmmyy !!

Unknown said...

OMG chocolate drink any time oohh superb Nithya so beautifully presented...

Shanthi said...

This is our family's favourite. Wonderful click

Faiza Ali said...

My My!! that looks tempting and your awesome pics makes it more tempting, buddy :) Keep rocking gal...

Priya Suresh said...

Thats our family's favourite, just love it Nithya..feel like grabbing that cup..

Unknown said...

I was waiting for this browmny post...lovely & awesome click...Yummm they look.

GEETHA ACHAL said...

மிகவும் அருமையாக இருக்கின்றது நித்யா...அருமை...படங்கள் அனைத்தும் சூப்பர்ப்...

Gayathri Anand said...

Wow Nithya ,
The one who doesn't like coffee like me ..., the way you have clicked it ...feels like grabbing it and enjoy the drink ....

Jayanthy Kumaran said...

Hats off dear...loved your color concept...ideal for your creative n special clicks...very smart u r.

My Kitchen Antics said...

Its an all time fav..cold and hot...love the pics..

Chitra said...

superb click...nice color :)

Raks said...

Lovely clicks,I am not a big fan of coffee,if i happen to drink I have it cold and always add some syrup like caramel or butterscotch to it ;)

Asha said...

Gorgeous photos, specially the one with steam coming out. Excellent Mocha.

AvanthiRao said...

so simple and nice clicks asusual :)

Vrinda said...

Beautifully captured..nice one

divya said...

Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww ! What a picture nithya... Looks very yummy. Though I dont like coffee, this one is tempting me to have a cup... Its HOT!!!!

Aruna Manikandan said...

Wow!!!!
Looks yummy dear!!!
Awesome clicks :-)

Hamaree Rasoi said...

What an amazing click Nithya !!! I can actually see the hot steam line..fantastic click

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Suji said...

Super clicks and love the mochaccino, here we have similar coffee based chocolate drink called macchiato in starbucks, You are rocking nits..

Love
Kairali sisters

Suja Manoj said...

Fantastic clicks nithya..drink is yum

Suganya said...

This is so cool Nice recipe and lovely pictures. YUM!

Nammaruchi.blogspt.com said...

Delicious and inviting...

Nithu Bala said...

I love coffee as well chocolate..so, this is going to be my favou drink..pictures are so lovely dear..tempted to grab that cup..

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Love the colour mania concept.......

Priya dharshini said...

Luv the coffee and choco flavour....Double treat damaka...

Sayali said...

Photos are simply amazing

Anu Nandu said...

The SlR is so worth it. Love the collage you should just get it blown up, framed and use it as a picture in your kitchen. If you don't do it, I just might! LOL!

AdukalaVishesham said...

wow what a beautiful pics Nitya... loved each and every fotos.. SLR rocks..

Pavithra Elangovan said...

Nice clicks nithi.. I too dont drink coffee but I love chocolate+coffee. Loved ur collage and also steaming picture..

Simplyfood said...

Beautiful pics and delicious drink.

Malar Gandhi said...

Oh man, breathtaking pictures...love ur photography skills, awesome work buddy. This is perfect coffee time, here now...you are making me pretty hungry:)

Unknown said...

Nithya excellent photography!Iam great fan of coffee...Enjoyed each n every pictures of the coffee...Too gud.

Suma Rowjee said...

Looks just too good!!! explosive combo!!

Parita said...

First pic is a classic one! I am addicted to filter coffee these days, cant get enough of it :)

Divya Kudua said...

Love the clicks Nithya..hats off to your patience!!

Lakshmi said...

you have possibly heard it a zillion times - but you are amazing! the photographs,the yummy food,the art - i cannot even begin to imagine the effort and patience that goes into each preparation - simply amazing - a new fan!

Nitha said...

Superb clicks.. love the chocolate in coffee..

Unknown said...

Nithya, first time here. Lovely blog and what a delicious looking mochaccino :)

M D said...

This looks amazing! Love chocolate coffee. Like that collage showing the coffee filling the mug. Really well shot. Tempting to grab some!

Anshika said...

Loved the idea and the photograph :)

Unknown said...

wow!amzing clicks ..love the cups and recipe Thanks

Unknown said...

Awesome pictures ! Would love to have a cup of that right now....

San said...

Chcolatey mochaccino is stunning nithya ,waiting to try it out asap.Brown col does appeal always no matter what.

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Sarah Naveen said...

Awesome clicks dear...looks absolutely yummy!!!

Unknown said...

it looks so gud...i saw ur site incidently nd catresist to follow :)gr8 job:)

Hazel said...

I made these a few months back with a homemade chocolate sauce/syrup and I really enjoyed the taste. Thanks for sharing this recipe and all the interesting facts that came along with it. ;)

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