Flourless Chocolate and Red Wine Cake #CakeSliceBakers
Let it cool completely before unmolding. I was afraid it would fall apart if I tried to remove it from the springform pan bottom, though in hindsight, I probably could have managed it. It was a little sturdier than I anticipated.
The author warns against trying to cut neat slices and recommends scooping it into the serving bowls. I found this to be wise advise. I topped with a bit of sweetened whipped cream, and voila, a dessert fit for any occasion as long as chocolate lovers are present.
Definitely a keeper. I can see my daughter requesting this as a birthday cake, and I can see myself baking it when the occasion calls for something a little fancy. While it may not look beautiful in the way that some decorated layer cakes do, the test and texture makes this seem like something beyond the ability of a simply home baker.
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I'm so glad I wasn't the only one whose cake fell! The author did warn us but I didn't see that in the recipe until after, lol! This is definitely the essense of chocolate! So good!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! So chocolatey and good!ReplyDelete
It almost looks like a cheesecake once it falls. So scrumptious looking.ReplyDelete