Rich Chocolate Lava Cake

chocolatelavacakeRich Chocolate Lava Cake

A very rich treat every single chocolate admirer would like. Based on cooking fable, the actual chocolate lava dessert emerged as the result of a significant kitchen failure. The actual dessert was supposed to be individual chocolate cakes which were removed from the actual oven a little too quickly. So what came out were chocolate cakes having gooey centers. The following is an easy dessert recipe just for Rich Chocolate Lava Cake.

Rich Chocolate Lava Cake Ingredients
5 tablespoons of of full cream butter
3.5 ounces of chocolate
2 large eggs
1 large egg yolk
3 tablespoons of raw sugar
3 tablespoons of all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons of cocoa powder
pinch of sea salt
a little powdered sugar as required

Rich Chocolate Lava Cake Procedure

With a double boiler, start by melting the full cream butter and the chocolate together and then stir to blend.
Using a different bowl, stir together the large eggs and the sugar until the mix is a light yellow color, and all of the sugar is dissolved. This usually takes around 3 minutes.
Carefully pour the hot chocolate mix in to the egg mix and then stir until very well incorporated.
Fold in the sifted flour, the cocoa, and the sea salt in to the egg and chocolate mixture by using a spatula. Carefully spoon into four well-buttered 5 – oz ramekins, and then tap on the kitchen table in order to settle all air bubbles. Chill in a refrigerator for about 30 minutes.
Put the ramekins into a baking dish and then add some water until it is about midway up the sides. Bake within a pre-heated 425-degree oven for around 15 minutes
Take out from your oven and then serve hot. The actual chocolate lava cakes may be served on a plate or served within the ramekins along with a dusting of powdered sugar.

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