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February 20, 2008

Melted Core Chocolate Cake

It is simply beautiful as the melted core appears on the plate.



Ingredients:
100 g chocolate (at least 70% cocoa)
150 g cream
100 g chocolate ( at least 60% cocoa)
50g butter
3 eggs

30 g grated almond
30 g flour
30 g powder sugar
a pinch of salt


Melt above steam 100 g chocolate and let cream boil in a saucepan.
After chocolate is elted add the warm cream. Pour cream in small round forms (see photo) as large as a coin and let it freeze over night. So prepare this a day before.


Preheat oven to 175°C and butter a muffin form.
Melt 100 g chocolate and add butter. Let it cool for 5 minutes.
Add 3 egg yolks, almond and flour.
Beat egg white with a pinch of salt and powder sugar. After mix it with chocolate mixture.
Fill muffin forms 1/4 and put the frozen chocholate on it and cover with the mixture.
Bake for 20 minutes and let it cool for a minute. Enjoy.

5 comments:

Jo. said...

How many more of your post I can handle? If all your food gonna look so delicious I will have to forget your blog and never come back just for safety reasons ;-)
Do I have to mention that I always wanted to make those as well and they are on my "to-do" list?

chriesi said...

:) Well I hope you gonna stay. ;) Actually I wrote my blog in Hungarian as that is my mother tounge but I thought I am gonna make an English version too. So there you go. :)

InACountryGarden said...

Hiya!

Talking about English, what does the Hungarian word that you use in your Baileys Cheesecake recipe 'Csokoládékrémet' mean? Something to do with chocolate I guess?!

P.S. Looking forward to a translated page from you! The Google Translator is not very good! for Hungarian to English.

Thanks

From
Cookaholic

chriesi said...

Hi Cookaholic!

I have no Baileys Cheesecake recipe!
Csokoládékrémet means: csokoládé means chocolate, and krém means cream, so it says that one have to do something with the chocolate cream.

InACountryGarden said...

Hi chriesi

Thanks for your explanation of that Hungarian word. We have no exact-equivalent word in English! so your translation really helped.

And sorry re Bailey's cheesecake recipe: I have now checked & it belongs to Mindennapi Manna, not you! So I have emailed that person.

Thanks again - from InACountryGarden

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