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Anybody could resist if offered a piece of delicate moist, fudgy, rich chocolate cake? I'm sure none of you on the earth coud do that. After been fasting and vegetarian for the past holy week of navarathiri, i just feel to indulge myself with moist and rich chocolate cake. For years i have been using the same recipe to bake my favourite fudge chocolate cake. Just for a change i wanted to try different recipe. Its so happen to came across guest blogger in Rasa Malaysia, Ho Siew Loon inspires me to try her tried on recipe which adopted from Little Teochew. It is almost similar to the recipe whch i used to bake. Here i shared her recipe which cannot be describe using words how tasty it was.

Here what you need to prepare :

Chocolate Cake

  • 200 g self raising flour

  • 1 tsp baking powder

  • 1/2 tsp Baking Soda

  • 250 g Butter

  • 1 cup castor sugar

  • 2 tbsp Cocoa powder

  • 220 g Dark chocolate

  • 4 large eggs

  • 1 cup milk

Preparation Method:

Preheat the oven

Sift flour,baking powder and baking soda at least 3 times.

Chopped the chocolate into pieces and melt under double boiler. Keep aside.

Beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy using electric mixer. Add egg one by one while mixing in medium speed. Use one egg at a time.

Add melted chocolate slowly using low speed. Make sure cholate well combined with the batter.

Now add in flour together with cocoa powder  in three batches subsequently with milk. Dont over mix the batter.

Pour into the cake tin and bake about 55 minutes for 160 degree C.

Once done, cool the cake first before invert onto wire rack.

Serve with chocolate ganache to taste rich and creamy

Chocolate Ganache

  • 1/2 cup whipping cream

  • 200 g semisweet chocolate

  • 50 g butter

Melt all the ingredients using double boiler and let it cool slighly

Spread  onto the completely cooled cake.

Decorate with your own creativity!

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  1. Suba your chocolate cake is looking super yummylicious! Just a quick question. Do I need to use an electric mixer or rubber spatula during adding in the flour and cocoa powder? I used to bake cakes but it turns out to be hard inside and crunchy outside. Hope you can help me. Thank you.

  2. if you use electric mixer, use the lowest speed.But its advisable to use spatula when folding flour or any dry ingredients. Gently mix in one direction only and make sure don't overmix.


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