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Cakesandfrostings - Cake Sacher By Sisko Post by :Zoderami Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :December 2011 Read :2064

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Cakesandfrostings - Cake Sacher By Sisko

4 eggs
2 decilitres white sugar
1 decilitre white flour
3/4 decilitre corn starch
1/4 decilitre unsweetened cocoa powder
1 teaspoon baking powder
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
4 small jars apricot baby food
1 180gram bar of good dark chocolate

Put the eggs into warm water for 15 minutes (this way they'll make foam better).

Warm the oven 175 degrees Celsius. Grease an 24-cm diameter spring mold and sprinkle it with sweet breadcrumbs, ground nuts or similar.

Measure the sugar into a bowl, dry the eggs and add them on the sugar with the vanilla. Combine the flour, corn starch, cocoa and baking powder.

With an electric whisk, whisk the eggs and sugar into a thick white foam. Sieve the dry mix into the foam and fold in with a METAL spoon.

(Wood flattens the bubbles.) Pour the mixture into the mold and put into the oven until done, approx. 20 minutes. Do not peek or slam the oven door.

Cool in the mold, when cool, take the cake out of the mold, and cut carefully into three layers.

Spread the contents of two jars on the two layers, place the third on top.

Melt the chocolate carefully in a pan over boiling water or in the microwave, if the chocolate is too thick, pour in some cream and whisk vigorously. Do not let it boil.

Smooth the chocolate on the cake, cool in the fridge. This cake is not too sweet and can be made a day in advance.
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