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Chocolate mud cake


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Ingredients

  • 250 g rms of Butter Milk
  • 125 g rms of Olive Oil
  • 200 g rms of Dark chocolate
  • 250 grams of Hot water
  • 10 grams of Instant coffee
  • 170 grams of Self raising flour
  • 170 grams of Plain flour
  • 160 grams of Raw sugar
  • 40 grams of Cocoa
  • 2 eggs
  • 6
    5min
    Preparation 5min
    Baking/Cooking
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    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place chocolate, sugar and oil in thermomix for 2minutes on 50 degrees at speed 3

    Add remaining ingredients and mix on speed 3-4 till combined, trying not to airate mixture too much.

    Bake at 180 degrees for 50-60 minutes

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Tip

Cut a piece of grease proof paper to the size of the tin and place on top while baking. This will stop the cake from drying out and cracking. Also place an ovenproof dish of water in while baking to keep moist.


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  • To stop the cake from

    Submitted by Cherie Connor on 25. March 2013 - 15:54.

    To stop the cake from cracking it is best to bake it on a low temp, around 150C in a FF oven for a longer time. The cake cracks on top due to the outside cooking before the inside, then the batter expands and the only place for it to go is out the top  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • This cake didnt really work

    Submitted by Aimee Turner on 10. August 2012 - 12:01.

    This cake didnt really work out for me. It ended up really heavy and hardly risen - perhaps that's how it's meant to be, but I wont be making it again

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  • This is just gorgeous - not

    Submitted by Aston77 on 15. January 2012 - 13:27.

    This is just gorgeous - not too rich, but so yummy - I made two on the weekend! I used a springform cake tin and mixed it all together for 30 seconds on 4, scraped down the sides and mixed for another 5 sec on 5.  Was great served with the EDC Ganache as icing, whipped cream and fresh strawberries! And it was so easy to make too!  I didn't find the baking paper on top worked to stop the cracking though...

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  • This is just gorgeous - not

    Submitted by Aston77 on 15. January 2012 - 13:26.

    This is just gorgeous - not too rich, but so yummy - I made two on the weekend! I used a springform cake tin and mixed it all together for 30 seconds on 4, scraped down the sides and mixed for another 5 sec on 5.  Was great served with the EDC Ganache as icing, whipped cream and fresh strawberries! And it was so easy to make too!  I didn't find the baking paper on top worked to stop the cracking though...

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