Here’s a squidgy-licious new recipe from bbcgoodfood.com.
I’m not a very big fan of rich chocolate cakes, that’s why I love this recipe. It’s not like most of the tortes that I’ve had, and it is different from some of those that I’ve had before.
It is even better because it is made of dark chocolate, so it isn’t as sweet like many of the other tortes that are there.
200g unsalted butter
200g bar dark chocolate , 70% cocoa, chopped
4 large eggs
200g golden caster sugar
50g plain flour
50g ground almonds
cocoa powder , for dusting
An authentic sweet indulgence from dessertrecipes2u.com.
I’m not really acquainted with many German cuisines, but I know that this one is an authentic German recipe.
When I last went to Germany, I tried all sorts of desserts from this bakery that I’ve been hearing about from my friends who had been there, and I tried this exact dessert. From then on, I promised myself that I would make my own chocolate mousse, but all I’ve been doing is to follow this honest goodness.
1 (3 ounces) bittersweet chocolate, chopped
1 (3 ounces) milk chocolate, chopped
1 (3 ounces) white chocolate, chopped
100ml cold water
1 tablespoon unflavoured gelatin
3 large egg yolks
50 grams sugar
1 cup whipping cream
A simple yet delectable chocolate cake recipe with nothing short of delicious from easteuropeanfood.about.com.
Who would have thought that even a simple recipe of a chocolate cake could actually bring in a blend of desirable and warm chocolate goodness. This recipe will absolutely be perfect for any occasion: Christmas, Easter – name it.
This Serbian Chocolate Torte is a prime recipe of ideal chocolaty goodness. The blend of walnuts and the cake itself is a bite one shouldn’t dare miss.