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Flourless Chocolate Fudge Cake

This recipe is easy and so good. The better the chocolate you use the better the finished product. Whilst working in Teacup on Thomas Street back in 2012 I was introduced to this recipe. After many years of reading books to further my knowledge I found the exact same recipe in Ottolenghi: The Cookbook. This recipe changed slightly from the one in the book but just as good.

Dark chocolate 1080g

Butter 720g

Muscovado Sugar 870g

Water 12tbsp

15 yolks

15 whites

bring sugar and water to a slow boil and then pour over chocolate and butter

mix until all butter is melted and then add the yolks one at a time

whisk whites until firm and then fold into the chocolate 1/3 at a time

line cake tins with grease proof paper and put 800g of mix into 3 tins, you should have some left over.

bake at 170c 45mins

don't worry about the cracks - allow to cool , then divide the remaining mixture over the three cakes and bake again for a further 10-15mins

allow to cool and dust in cocoa powder.

try to share.

Not up for making it why not try some i've made at Hunters Butchers in Kelso

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