I've got this recipe from a recently-bought cookbook. It's supposed to be for kids, but the recipe was a bit complicated. This recipe calls for 6 eggs to be whisked with caster sugar ---using double-boiler. Then adding three batches of flour, cocoa powder, melted butter and baking powder. No milk at all. The results- the texture was very soft, eggy and goeey. But the preparation was quite taxing for someone like me. However, once I've frosted them with chocolate ganache and chocolate rice-they were a hit with the kids. The kids kept asking for more.. he he he
Monday, August 11, 2008
Friday, August 1, 2008
These are pictures of my own version of Red Velvet Cake- specially made for a dear friend. As usual I have adapted the recipe by adding more cocoa so that my friend would not get a shock of her life - by having a red flashy cake. I think by adding more cocoa than what is required has given the cake a mild distinct chocolate taste, but I need to add more red colour so that to balance the look of the cake. I have also adapted the cream cheese frosting recipe as the ingredients are not easy to come by.
Next, I have frosted the cake by swirling chocolate ganache together with cream cheese just to suit my own taste bud. Lastly, I have sprinkled dessicated coconut just to have a chocolate winter theme.Hmmm.. simply divine........