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14 janvier 2011

My chocolate cake

Don't worry, this is not a mistake, you are definitely on ChasRivari's blog (pronounce "Charivaraille's blog"). But I wanted to make a special post for my sister-in-law. She is from Singapore, and despite all the efforts she makes to learn French with my husband's brother, she's not completely fluent yet. That's why I will do my best to make this post in English.

So, my sister and brother in law were in Paris for a few days just before Christmas (they live in Singapore, so we don't see them as often as we would like to). For this occasion, my parents in law organised a pre-Christams lunch with all the family, and my mother in law, who already took care of the Christmas cake, wanted me to cook a very basic cake to put candles on (in December, we celebrate both my daughter and my father in law's birthdays). That's what I did and I brought a very simple chocolate cake. My sister in law found it so good she urged me to give her the recipe (as well as my blog's adress, of course!).


For the blog's adress, I just sent it to her, and for the recipe, here it comes :

- 300g of sugar

- 180g of butter

- 100g of flour

- 200g of chocolate

- 6 eggs

Preheat the oven to 200° (th. 6).

Melt the chocolate and butter together (about 2mn in the microwave).

In a large bowl, mix together the eggs and sugar, then add the flour. Pour the melt chocolate into the bowl and stir well.

Pour the preparation in a mold (buttered and floured) and place in the oven for about 25mn (that's what the recipe tells, but I always put it for at least 40 mn, depending on the oven). The blade of a sharp knife inserted in the middle shoud come out almost entirely dry. Take the cake out of the oven and let it cool on a rack. Run a knife around the edges to release the cake, if necessary. Unmold and let cool.

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This is a very basic recipe, the kind of ones you find on the back of a bar of chocolate (that's actually where I got it!). But this is a nice, easy and quick to make one.

Well, I hope you will enjoy it and if you have any problem with the translation, please let me know and I will give you the French version of it! My English is not so good, but I can understand that a full recipe in English may not be that simple to understand!

And now, thanks to my sister in law, maybe my chocolate cake will start an international career (at least, in Singapore)!!

Have a very nice week-end!!

Posté par ChasRivari à 18:25 - Ma petite cuisine - Commentaires [4] - Permalien [#]


Commentaires sur My chocolate cake

    Oh ! Yes very interesting indeed !!!
    I speak english so bad... but it's the occasion to learn again...
    Thank you very much for the reciepe...
    I surely will try it...

    Read you later...

    Posté par Mamie-Thé, 14 janvier 2011 à 18:40 | | Répondre
  • HUM! No problems for me I'm completely fluent) and you're not giving the recipice in oz )))

    Posté par Alexounette78, 14 janvier 2011 à 20:17 | | Répondre
  • rho, the picture is so cute ...
    I want a little of this because my balance me le pardonnera pas si j'en prend plus qu'"un little !!
    merdouille, Justine a la dalle ... j'y vais

    Posté par lachtite zalex, 15 janvier 2011 à 04:01 | | Répondre
  • I am so touched by this specially dedicated blog entry! Merci beaucoup, Severine!
    For thos who have not tried this cake before, you have no idea what you are missing! This is definitely the best and my favourite chocolate cake in the world...sans doute!
    *yummy yummy...*

    Posté par irene, 17 janvier 2011 à 09:59 | | Répondre
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