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The only acceptable way to eat chocolate for dinner.  Check out the recipe over at Marcus Samuelsson’s blog!

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44 Responses to Chocolate Turtle Bean Tostadas

  1. Simply Life says:

    ah, you’re so clever! this does look great!

  2. daphne says:

    yum! of course dessert is acceptable for dinner! anytime i say!

  3. This really does look quite good! I don’t think that I would have thought to put these ingredients together but it looks and sounds yummy!!

  4. megi says:

    Delicious! You cannot go wrong with dessert for dinner!

  5. Pierce says:

    Damn. I don’t know what else to say! Good one Joanne

  6. Faith says:

    I’m up for anything that lets me eat chocolate for dinner! 😉

  7. Beautiful. It looks so creamy! Heading over to check out that recipe pronto.

  8. Shannon says:

    Headed over! Chocolate for dinner?! I die.

  9. Chocolate for dinner? You wouldn’t have to me twice.

  10. Catherine says:

    Dear Joanne, Chocolate with the spices is wonderful..a great way to get your antioxidants! I know I would love this dish. Have a blessed and beautiful day! Catherine xo

  11. The great thing about your column on the Marcus blog is that we get an extra Joanne recipe per week! Wahoo! This looks great, Joanne! Yum!

  12. I’ve made something similar before, but mine wasn’t as chocolatey. I’ll be more heavy-handed next time. 😉

  13. Completely awesome. I wouldn’t have ever thought of that, but somehow it seems to work so perfectly.

  14. Whoa! Looks wild! I must check this out right away . . .

  15. This sounds so delicious… almost like a mole sauce! I SO want some chocolate for dinner tonight if it’s anything like this!

  16. Chocolate can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Duh! 🙂

  17. Veronica says:

    Great post as always, Joanne! I see you are loving Heidi’s new cookbook. I love her too! But I want to hear how this dish tasted–no mention of that!

  18. That looks good enough to eat 🙂 I love Mexican dishes that incorporate chocolate. By the way, I do eat chocolate for dinner from time to time and feel absolutely no guilt!!!

  19. marla says:

    I am all about chocolate for dinner!! I will go check out your post now 🙂

  20. I’m just back from “blog break” and catching up. So much deliciousness to read through. Hope all is well and S.F. was good.

    Best,
    Bonnie

  21. Claudie says:

    Although I’d say that eating chocolate is acceptable at any time of the day, I must admit that your recipe would be a perfect excuse to have it for dinner! 🙂

  22. Sanjeeta kk says:

    Chocolate for dinner..Hmm..your recipe and picture makes me redo my menu tonight, Joanne 🙂

  23. Pam says:

    Tostadas of any kind make me happy – yum!

  24. Sophia says:

    Yuuuumm….you know, the Mexican grocery store next to my house sells fresh-made blue corn tortillas every day. That would go SO well with this. Nuttiness and chocolatey beans!

  25. Maria says:

    Heading over for the recipe, this looks so tasty!

  26. Kalyn says:

    I can completely get behind the idea of chocolate for dinner, yum!

  27. Oh you clever inspiring lady!! I love the things you concoct. 🙂

  28. Swathi says:

    Chocolate for dinner, nice idea, going to other website to read the full post.

  29. Chocolate and black beans? Really? I would never guess this was a good combination!

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    Camila F.

  30. After seeing this photo I am on my way over!

  31. You know what’s weird–I often order tostadas in restaurants but never make them at home. I need to change that! And, with black beans and chocolate I need to change that soon.

  32. Tasha says:

    I love what an intriguing (and no doubt complex in flavors) recipe this is, for something so easy to put together!

  33. Shannon says:

    going to check it out as i was just looking at my package of turtle beans 🙂

  34. I haven’t tried chocolate in savoury dishes…I am missing so much!

  35. Judy says:

    Well, the real truth is that chocolate makes anything better. Anything.

  36. What a fantastic idea! Heading over now to check it out!

  37. Aww , i love the way u make me wanna eat chocolate 🙂

  38. Aarthi says:

    This looks yummy….you have a lovely blog…I am having a giveaway in my blog..Y dont you check and join that
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/2011/05/chocolate-recipe-and-chocolate.html

  39. Big Dude says:

    Wow Joanne – this looks awesome – go ahead and give the poor construction boys a treat – leave the blinds open – just a little :-).

  40. What?! It’s not acceptable for me just to eat dark chocolate with sea salt for dinner?! 😉

  41. Another fab dish! Looks soooo yum!

    p.s. Totally a sandwich!

  42. Eliana says:

    Chocolate for dinner? Even though I’m crazy late, I’m running over to check this one out right now!

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