This February I am attending different professional cooking courses to learn about the topics that I know the least about, and that at the same time are the ones that I like the most. If you are regular readers, you will imagine that one of those topics is chocolate. On Friday I attended an introductory course on chocolate at the PastelerĂ­a EscribĂ  academy. They told us about the whole process to get the cocoa paste (from which the cocoa powder and cocoa butter are extracted), the types of chocolate and they taught us how to temper the chocolate to work it correctly. The afternoon gave to prepare many creations for  practice them at home.

  • 200 gr. of boiled red beans
  • 2 yellow peppers
  • 1 small can of whole peeled tomato
  • 1 red onion
  • 1 garlic
  • 1 cayenne pepper
  • Fresh cilantro
  • Guacamole
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  • 10 wheat tortillas
  1. Wash and peel the peppers into squares and fry them. While the pepper is frying, cut the onion into julienne strips and add it to the pan.
  2. When the onion starts to brown, add the minced garlic and about a couple minutes later (before the garlic burns), add the tomatoes and chopped cayenne pepper. Let everything fry until the water released by the tomato evaporates. To finish, we add the red beans and salt and chopped fresh coriander to taste.
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