Thursday, October 7, 2010

Molten Lava Cake



I'm back again guys with this month's Sweet Punch! Thank god, I joined Sweet Punch, for atleast because of this I am making a compulsive appearance in the blogging world. I am juggling full time between work, home and kids. Specially the absence of Ma in my life has totally taken the spice out of it! She would be back in November and only then I would be able to breathe easy. Well guys, less talk due to time crunch.

Divya hosted this month's challenge. This cake is a breeze to make, less ingredients, easy straight forward steps. Most important is that the outcome of such a quick recipe can be so rewarding! Well, I had never encountered baking chocolate before this. Nags and Divya suggested to go for Morde. Unfortunately, I couldn't catch hold of it. Finally I got Lindt's Chocolate with Orange and Almond flakes. Used it, but was unsure if it was baking chocolate or not. Phew! My extra proactive mind added a hint of baking powder to the batter just in case. Also, I didn't have ramekins. So baked them in my muffin tray. Outcome was small yummilicious choco-orange-almond muffins with a not so-oeey-gooey inside. Even though I baked for shorter duration, no lava emerged! (Can't stop drooling over my fellow bloggers' lava cakes. I'm gonna get some ramekins soon and erupt that volcano and make that lava flow baby!) Abbas said "It was my best so far". Everytime, I come out with a Sweet Punch recipe, I'm managing to impress him more than the last time! That's what is driving me to participate every month without fail! Thanks Ria, Divya and Maria. Maria, come back soon. We'll miss you...

Molten Center Lava Cakes

Recipe courtesy - Hetal & Anuja @ Showmethecurry.com

Ingredients
Chocolate - 4 oz,113 gms
Butter - 4 oz,113 gms
Eggs - 2
Sugar - 1/3 cup
All purpose flour - 1/4 cup
Butter - for greasing the ramekins

Method
1. Preheat oven to 180C.
2. Melt chocolate in a double boiler OR Microwave it for 2 minutes with 30 second intervals,checking in between.
3. Once the chocolate melts completely,mix in the butter and stir well-let it cool.
4. In a mixing bowl,beat eggs and sugar till light and fluffy.
5. Mix in the chocolate-butter mix and flour and beat well till you get a smooth batter.
6. Butter bottom and sides of your ramekins and pour the batter about 3/4 full.
7. Place the ramekins on a baking tray and bake for 10-15 minutes,shorter for gooey insides and longer for stiff insides.


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4 comments:

  1. wow wow wow..looks simply irrestible and mouthwatering....absolutely tempting...

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  2. Your bite size cakes looks very delicious, so yummy. Eventhough there is no lava, I'm sure it must have tasted divine.

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  3. Beautiful and very tempting cake..absolutely delicious..

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  4. So glad you liked this Seema..wow,lindt would have given the cake a strong chocolate flavor!!

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