Video: Social Entrepreneur Sabrina Mustopo Cooks Mexico’s National Dish

Sabina-Leah Fernandez

There’s nothing like watching cooking how-tos on Youtube. But doing exactly that using socially conscious ingredients? Oooh, sign us up.

Kakoa Chocolate

These videos feature social entrepreneur Sabrina Mustopo of Krakakoa Chocolate (previously called Kakoa), whom we had a blast collaborating with at the Good Market earlier this year.

In one of three “cooking lesson” videos Sabrina channels her best Rachael Ray, using Krakakoa’s chocolate bars in the intriguing Chicken Mole, a savoury dish that’s simmered in bittersweet chocolate sauce. Mole is Mexico’s very popular national dish, so before you get all Judgy McJudgerson remember: millions of Mexicans can’t be wrong!

Watch the video below to find out how it’s made.


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