Rich Chocolate cake with cheese cake cubes inside


After finished cutting my Cheddar Cheese Ogura cake in cube shape (see previous post), I had left over from the side parts of the cake.
Inspired by “Once Upon a Pedestal”, I cut it into small chunks, and mix it with the chocolate batter. Voila …. the result is quite impressive hahahahaaa :)

Source : Fruit Art Bakery with modification

Ingredients:
A:
35 gr Oil
55 gr Fresh milk
20 gr Cocoa powder

B:
70 gr Dark Chocolate

C:
130 gr Egg white
85 gr Caster sugar

D:
65 gr Egg yolk

E:
55 gr Cake Flour
1/4 tsp Baking soda

Cheese cake or Sponge cake, cut into cube (Optional)

Chocolate Frosting:
150 gr Dark Chocolate
75 gr Whip cream
1 tsp Butter

Method:
- Preheat oven 180C
- Heat oil and milk until hot, remove from fire. Add the cocoa powder and mix well with a whisk or spoon.
- Using double boil method, add the dark chocolate into the cocoa powder batter and stir until dissolved and set aside to let it cool.
- Whisk the egg whites and sugar until medium peak.
- Once the chocolate slightly cool, while keep stirring the chocolate, add the egg yolks then follow with the flour mixture (E), stir until well combined.
- Take 1/3 of egg whites batter to the chocolate batter, mix well.
- Then partially pour the chocolate batter to the remaining egg whites batter, mix until well combined.
- Pour half batter into 8 inch square mould, spread the cheese cake cubes on top, then pour the rest of the batter. ( If you prefer higher cake, you may bake into 6-7 inch round pan and longer time to bake at 160C )
- Bake for 30-40 minutes or until cooked.
- Remove cake from the oven and remove the cake from the mould immediately.
- Frosting : Using double boil method to make hot the whip cream, once hot, add chocolate, stir until dissolved, add butter, stir until well combined.
- Once the cake cool, spread the chocolate frosting on the cake, then refrigerate for at least 15 mins, and ready to serve.


5 comments:

  1. Rich and cheesy! Yum! Nice combination and colour contrast!

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  2. Beautiful and sinfully good. Yum! Have a wonderful Christmas.

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  3. I love the idea with cheese cake in chocolate cake. This is simply yummy. ;p

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  4. Sinful but should be delish.. an exellent idea^^

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