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2014-06-25 01:23:13 AM
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2014-06-25 02:32:16 AM
Oh, and don't forget their chocolate whiskey and chocolate tequila for adult chocolate lovers.

That crosses a line.
 
2014-06-25 07:13:29 AM
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LEAVE CHICKEN ALONE!
 
2014-06-25 07:13:59 AM
I love chicken, fried or otherwise. I love chocolate. This just ruins BOTH of them all in one go. Fark the creator of this travesty in the ear with an insulin injection.
 
2014-06-25 07:19:04 AM
Ehh, it's a cousin to chicken'n'waffles.
 
2014-06-25 07:20:12 AM

wildcardjack: Ehh, it's a cousin to chicken'n'waffles.


Inbreeding is a terrible thing.
 
2014-06-25 07:22:06 AM
I had grilled chicken made with unsweetened chocolate once in a Mexican restaurant. It took a moment to get over my expectation of tasting sweet but once I did it was surprisingly good. Very savoury and slightly bitter.
 
2014-06-25 07:25:46 AM
So, it's regular fried chicken, with a little cocoa powder added to the breading?  I'm not seeing how this is any worse than regular.
 
2014-06-25 07:27:20 AM
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rpm
2014-06-25 07:32:45 AM
Yeah, chocolate on chicken is horrible.

Chicken for lunch does sound good though. Maybe I'll stop and get some chicken mole tacos later.
 
2014-06-25 07:33:13 AM
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2014-06-25 07:39:33 AM
Chocolate powder in chili is really good...but on chicken? I'd try it on a chicken wing.
 
2014-06-25 07:49:15 AM

rpm: Yeah, chocolate on chicken is horrible.

Chicken for lunch does sound good though. Maybe I'll stop and get some chicken mole tacos later.


I know a place in Manchester, nh that could pull it off. Just had a portabello spring roll w/ a sesame-chocolate dipping there yesterday that would blow your mind.
 
2014-06-25 07:55:25 AM
People in Los Angeles eat food? I thought they survived on coke and booze.

/chocolate chicken sounds turrible
 
2014-06-25 07:55:40 AM
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2014-06-25 08:01:28 AM

HotWingAgenda: Oh, and don't forget their chocolate whiskey and chocolate tequila for adult chocolate lovers.

That crosses a line.


I had some creme de tequila last week in Mexico, I did not know that was a thing. It was ok
 
2014-06-25 08:03:34 AM

HotWingAgenda: Oh, and don't forget their chocolate whiskey and chocolate tequila for adult chocolate lovers.

That crosses a line.


I can't vouch for chocolate whiskey but Patron XO Cafe Dark Cocoa isn't bad.

For that matter, chocolate chicken doesn't really blow the doors off of culinary tradition.   In fact I've eaten a lot of chocolate chicken, the Mexican's just call it mole.
 
2014-06-25 08:03:55 AM

abhorrent1: People in Los Angeles eat food? I thought they survived on coke and booze.

/chocolate chicken sounds turrible


Yes, we do. When we leave LA though, Coke gets too expensive and we get fat when we fill the void with more food. :'-(

No matter where we live later in life, we still know that chocolate + chicken = "mole-like deliciousness" and would totally eat that.
 
2014-06-25 08:09:58 AM
Would you like a chocolate chicken pot pie?

/and some Cheesy Poofs
 
2014-06-25 08:11:58 AM

brap: HotWingAgenda: Oh, and don't forget their chocolate whiskey and chocolate tequila for adult chocolate lovers.

That crosses a line.

I can't vouch for chocolate whiskey but Patron XO Cafe Dark Cocoa isn't bad.

For that matter, chocolate chicken doesn't really blow the doors off of culinary tradition. In fact I've eaten a lot of chocolate chicken, the Mexican's just call it mole.


shakes tiny fist, I came here to say it's called Mole (pronounced Mo-lay) Chicken, and it's delicious.
 
2014-06-25 08:14:11 AM

Duane Dibbley: I had grilled chicken made with unsweetened chocolate once in a Mexican restaurant. It took a moment to get over my expectation of tasting sweet but once I did it was surprisingly good. Very savoury and slightly bitter.


Yeah despite my misgivings I'd give it a try if given the chance, some combinations can surprise you. It doesn't sound like they're just melting a Hershey's bar over everything.
 
2014-06-25 08:21:37 AM
That just sounds kind of icky. The Seattle Cinerama has chocolate covered popcorn, and it smells vaguely nasty because just enough chocolate gets burnt to put an awful smell in the air.
 
2014-06-25 08:24:51 AM
I use unsweetened coco powder in my dry rubs.  It has a kind of earthy flavor that goes great with smoked meats.  The problem with the visual here is that people expect chocolate to be sweet, and it isn't always.
 
2014-06-25 08:27:15 AM
Pollo con mole is new?
 
2014-06-25 08:29:06 AM

Fleischman uses 62% bittersweet chocolate from Coco Suisse, a local producer based in Beverly Hills. The chocolate is used in or on almost everything on the menu, including the fried chicken, the chocolate ketchup, duck fat fries and a special Choco seasoning. There's also mashed potatoes with white chocolate chive butter, peppadews stuffed with sausage, black cherries, Parmesan, dark chocolate, herbs and Choco dust and bacon biscuits. In addition to the chocolate ketchup, Fleischman created a miso ranch and a hot sauce infused honey.

"Chocolate isn't there to make sweetness, it's there to make more of a savory experience," said Fleischman. "It just adds a lot more complexity because a lot of fried chicken is bland because they don't do much to the chicken, the flavor is all in the coating."


It's not as bad as you might think, duck fat fries is a lot worse. Would like to try the fries though
 
2014-06-25 08:29:43 AM

Smoking GNU: I love chicken, fried or otherwise. I love chocolate. This just ruins BOTH of them all in one go. Fark the creator of this travesty in the ear with an insulin injection.


THIS^^^
 
2014-06-25 08:33:10 AM
People are stupid
 
2014-06-25 08:35:41 AM
Meh, my 85% chocolate has like 4 g of sugar per serving. It would prevent diabetes by keeping you full so you don't eat carbs to spike insulin.Only thing in chocolate fried chicken that would make you a diabetic fatty is the breading,
 
2014-06-25 08:42:42 AM
How do you all know that it's not good until you've tried it?

I don't get the hate. Yes, it sounds a little strange, but what if the flavor combination actually works well?
 
2014-06-25 08:44:39 AM

Duane Dibbley: I had grilled chicken made with unsweetened chocolate once in a Mexican restaurant. It took a moment to get over my expectation of tasting sweet but once I did it was surprisingly good. Very savoury and slightly bitter.


This.  Serrano's in East Glacier Montana
 
2014-06-25 08:47:58 AM
It's by the same guy who started Umami Burger, so I'd definitely give it a chance.
 
2014-06-25 08:51:35 AM
Righteous Pig BBQ in Belleville, Il has chocolate bacon.  You get the chocolate flavor first and just when you think "Hey, where's that bacon I was promised" it shows up.  Pretty cool.
 
2014-06-25 08:54:23 AM
Let's hope they offer you an unfiltered cigarette afterward, just to clear the palate.
 
2014-06-25 09:25:12 AM
brap:  In fact I've eaten a lot of chocolate chicken, the Mexican's just call it mole.

Of course it's chicken. That's what they tell all the gringos. There couldn't be any other reason to want to cover meat with an opaque sauce.
 
2014-06-25 09:26:33 AM

brap: HotWingAgenda: Oh, and don't forget their chocolate whiskey and chocolate tequila for adult chocolate lovers.

That crosses a line.

I can't vouch for chocolate whiskey but Patron XO Cafe Dark Cocoa isn't bad.

For that matter, chocolate chicken doesn't really blow the doors off of culinary tradition.   In fact I've eaten a lot of chocolate chicken, the Mexican's just call it mole.


THIS.

Also, there is no reason to expect it to be sweet and cause problems with blood sugar. Cocoa powder is actually very bitter. The only thing it would add (assuming it is quality cocoa powder, not Hershey's crap) would be more fat. Good cocoa powder is 22-24% butterfat (cocoa butter, not dairy butter)
 
2014-06-25 09:37:11 AM

2xhelix: Pollo con mole is new?


This isn't mole. Mole contains chocolate as an ingredient, but it isn't the main one. In fact, in real Mexican Mole only a small amount of chocolate is used. Chocolate is used in several other sauces in Mexican cuisine.

Subjecting chocolate to the high heat of deep frying is only going to scorch it and make it bitter.
 
2014-06-25 09:43:28 AM

blindio: I use unsweetened coco powder in my dry rubs.  It has a kind of earthy flavor that goes great with smoked meats.  The problem with the visual here is that people expect chocolate to be sweet, and it isn't always.


Doesn't most of BBQ sauces have loads of sugar in them? Ketchup has loads of sugar.

I don't think sweetness is the main issue here.

The main issue here is the nasty HFCS, hydrogenated cottonseed and palm oil and insect wax they pass off as chocolate. Chocolate from the big manufactures are nasty stuff that is inconceivable to be eaten with anything else.
 
2014-06-25 09:55:42 AM
Why not just broil or roast it and pour mole over it.
 
2014-06-25 10:06:19 AM
I don't think subby understands how diabetes works.
 
2014-06-25 10:17:05 AM

pkrzycki: brap: HotWingAgenda: Oh, and don't forget their chocolate whiskey and chocolate tequila for adult chocolate lovers.

That crosses a line.

I can't vouch for chocolate whiskey but Patron XO Cafe Dark Cocoa isn't bad.

For that matter, chocolate chicken doesn't really blow the doors off of culinary tradition. In fact I've eaten a lot of chocolate chicken, the Mexican's just call it mole.

shakes tiny fist, I came here to say it's called Mole (pronounced Mo-lay) Chicken, and it's delicious.



So did I, and since it's already bindun I had to find real chocolate dipped chicken,

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and for  dessert, a chocolate dipped pickle


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2014-06-25 10:25:06 AM

drjekel_mrhyde: Why not just broil or roast it and pour mole over it.


I see you didn't that "How to Get Money from Stupid People 101" in college.
 
2014-06-25 10:26:20 AM
It's not the chocolate that give the bettus subby it's the sugar.  Chocolate otherwise known as mole' in Mexican cooking.
 
Ant
2014-06-25 10:48:19 AM

Duane Dibbley: I had grilled chicken made with unsweetened chocolate once in a Mexican restaurant. It took a moment to get over my expectation of tasting sweet but once I did it was surprisingly good. Very savoury and slightly bitter.


You mean mole? Poblano mole is farking delicious.
 
Ant
2014-06-25 10:52:36 AM

Fear the Clam: brap:  In fact I've eaten a lot of chocolate chicken, the Mexican's just call it mole.

Of course it's chicken. That's what they tell all the gringos. There couldn't be any other reason to want to cover meat with an opaque sauce.


Yeah, there couldn't be any reason to cover meat in a delicious, savory, spicy mole sauce. I don't care what's under the sauce as long as it tastes good.
 
2014-06-25 10:55:45 AM

blindio: I use unsweetened coco powder in my dry rubs.  It has a kind of earthy flavor that goes great with smoked meats.  The problem with the visual here is that people expect chocolate to be sweet, and it isn't always.


I was thinking the same thing. I would at least try it once, if it is the unsweetend kind it could be good.
 
2014-06-25 11:21:55 AM
Move over Luther.

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2014-06-25 11:35:58 AM
Look, we get it that you are all outraged that other people are coming up with food combinations and getting publicity for it that you wish you came up with and are now going to pout and say how horrible it must be without even trying it, but does this have to happen for every single "wacky" food combination thread?  Can you give it a rest at least once?  We understand that you are uncreative and have the unsophisticated palate of a child that is satisfied with ketchup but we don't have to try and spoil it for everyone else, now do we?  Thank you.

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2014-06-25 11:52:46 AM
I'm too finicky an eater to ever try this.  I don't like combinations that sound gross.  Chocolate and chicken together sounds like it would make my stomach jump through my nose and run into traffic.
 
2014-06-25 01:29:28 PM
Melting a Hershy's chocolate over chicken does sound gross.  However I love mexican mole.  It is more of a spicy thing than a chocolate thing.  If anyone wants to try, it is really easy to make with the premade paste you can get at safeway.  Just scoop out a big spoonfull, and water, and heat over a stove, while stiring.
 
2014-06-25 05:31:55 PM
rpm: Yeah, chocolate on chicken is horrible.

Chicken for lunch does sound good though. Maybe I'll stop and get some chicken mole tacos later.


hah, I see what you did there
 
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