Smooth paste made with cocoa and sugar, extensively used in making candy and pastry and often eaten plain, as bars or squares.
Includes semisweet and bitter chocolate, which contain from 35% to 70% chocolate liquor; it is often used in cooking and is also eaten plain.
Made with chocolate liquor and cocoa butter mixed with powdered milk; it cannot be used in cooking because the milk solids it contains burn when heated.
Sweet and creamy, it is made from cocoa butter, sugar and condensed or powdered milk.
The key ingredient in chocolate; grinding the beans of the cacao tree produces chocolate liquor, which yields cocoa butter and cocoa powder.