an unsweetened cocoa liquor of half cocoa butter and half chocolate solid, made into blocks and used for baking; also called bitter chocolate
Since no sugar has been added to it, unsweetened chocolate it has a strong, bitter taste that is used in cooking and baking but is never eaten out of hand.
One-half cup of brown sugar, cup of sweet milk and cup of grated, unsweetened chocolate.
unsweetened chocolate costs about thirty-eight cents a pound.
Two cups of sugar, two squares or one ounce of Baker's unsweetened chocolate, a scant cup of milk, one tablespoonful of butter.
One-quarter cup grated, unsweetened chocolate, cup milk, half a cup sugar.
Let the syrup cool, then stir it slowly into four ounces of unsweetened chocolate melted; add one half teaspoonful of vanilla.
Boil to the soft ball stage, then add two ounces of unsweetened chocolate shaved fine.