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$4 CHOC MUD CAKE


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Ingredients

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$4 CHOC MUD CAKE

  • 80 g oil
  • 400 g cool water
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 40 g balsamic vinegar
  • 2 tsp bi-carb soda
  • 400 g sugar
  • 510 g SR flour
  • 50 g cocoa
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Pre-heat oven to 180 degC and place a large baking dish half filled with water on the bottom shelf to heat.

    Place all ingredients into TM bowl in the order listed. Beat for 30 seconds on speed 6. Scrape down sides of bowl and beat for a further 10 seconds on speed 6.

    Pour into an ungreased baking dish (large rectangle approx 22cm x 30cm) and place on shelf above water filled baking dish and cook for 40-50 minutes until set in the centre. Allow to cool completely before icing with Ganache (this is in the Everyday Cooking for Every Family).

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Tip

This cake came straight out of the Budget Busters book. Quick, easy and yummy served with icecream.

 


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  • Have made this cake many many

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 3. September 2015 - 11:18.

    Have made this cake many many times. Feeds a crowd so great for parties, catering, cake stalls etc.

    My dish is approx 30 x 40cm

    Just cover it with EDC/BCB Chocolate Ganache and its set to go.

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  • I'm not sure why but my cake

    Submitted by Alipanda on 3. March 2014 - 22:15.

    I'm not sure why but my cake ended up quite dry and a bit tastelesstmrc_emoticons.-(

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  • This cake was a risk for me

    Submitted by Lucas777 on 9. July 2013 - 22:23.

    This cake was a risk for me as so many things different to my norm. But it was hugely successful for the office birthday morning tea. I did only put 250g of sugar but would probably put at least 300g in next time. I think all the liquid helps to keep the cake moist. And it had a true dense mud cake texture. Thanks for passing on the recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • No reduction in the liquid,

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 11. February 2013 - 16:06.

    No reduction in the liquid, just reduce the sugar like I do in EVERy recipe tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • Did you reduce liquid with

    Submitted by annebarnes on 11. February 2013 - 14:27.

    Did you reduce liquid with less sugar?

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  • This is one of my favourite

    Submitted by hellybev on 11. February 2013 - 11:52.

    This is one of my favourite recipes - my kids love it and it stays fresh for days. if it lasts that long tmrc_emoticons.;)

     

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  • I make it with 200-250gm

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 8. July 2012 - 17:40.

    I make it with 200-250gm sugar, and its still delish

     

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  • A sensational cake! Was a bit

    Submitted by tanchilli on 24. January 2012 - 10:09.

    A sensational cake! Was a bit worried on the amount of sugar and the fact that it used balsamic vinegar and had no eggs!

    But it rose beautifully and tasted divine....a definite keeper recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I am definitely going to try

    Submitted by Dinky Dy on 14. January 2011 - 00:27.

    I am definitely going to try this recipe as my youngest boy is anaphylactic to eggs...so this recipe is ideal!

    Dytmrc_emoticons.;-)

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  • That's right no eggs! I was

    Submitted by nikkit on 4. January 2011 - 19:42.

    tmrc_emoticons.) That's right no eggs! I was happy with that as I had none when I made it. The balsamic vinegar gave it a nice flavour too. Don't overcook it though - keep an eye on it.

    Nikki

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  • This cake is from the

    Submitted by guest on 4. January 2011 - 13:06.

    This cake is from the Thermomix Budget Busters Booklet and you are correct! It has no eggs!

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  • Does this  cake really  not 

    Submitted by d2567 on 4. January 2011 - 12:41.

    Does this  cake really  not  have  ANY eggs in it?

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