How to Make My Family's Quick Dominican Hot Chocolate

This is not your regular hot chocolate. This is a family recipe that comes down from generation to generation. Enjoy

How to Make My Family's Quick Dominican Hot Chocolate Recipe
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Ingredients

Ingredients

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Lets start by taking a pot and setting it  over medium heat. Add the milk.

Lets start by taking a pot and setting it over medium heat. Add the milk.

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Add your choice of sweetened hot chocolate mix. In my case it's nestle quik

Add your choice of sweetened hot chocolate mix. In my case it's nestle quik

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Now let's take the egg and add the red wine into it

Now let's take the egg and add the red wine into it

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Whisk it vigorously

Whisk it vigorously

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To the hot chocolate that is in the stovetop add the salt

To the hot chocolate that is in the stovetop add the salt

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The sugar. Add more if it's not sweet enough

The sugar. Add more if it's not sweet enough

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Now it's time to add the wine and egg mixture into the hot chocolate. Lower the heat to medium low.

Now it's time to add the wine and egg mixture into the hot chocolate. Lower the heat to medium low.

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Whisk it quickly so that the eggs won't curdle

Whisk it quickly so that the eggs won't curdle

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Now it's time to serve yourself a nice big cup of my family's adult version of hot chocolate spiked with red wine. Yum

Now it's time to serve yourself a nice big cup of my family's adult version of hot chocolate spiked with red wine. Yum

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This hot Chocolate is creamy and so yummy. Don't worry  you will not get drunk. 😉 I hope you get a chance to try it

This hot Chocolate is creamy and so yummy. Don't worry you will not get drunk. 😉 I hope you get a chance to try it

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Every Dominican family has it's own version of ponche. This is what we call it. Some put in coffee & real chocolate pieces, others beat the egg whites separate from the yolk. All versions are yummy

Ingredients

2 Cups Milk 
4 Tablespoons Sweetened Chocolate powder 
1 Egg ,scrambled 
¼ Cups Red wine, I use el Leon  
1 Tablespoon Sugar  
⅛ Teaspoons Salt 
Nutmeg 
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