magical double chocolate cake with pears | jernejkitchen
magical
double chocolate cake with pears
Created for true chocolate lovers and so simple, that even a 10 year old can make it.
makes
1
0
cake pan
preparation time:
90
0
minutes
<p>Why do we always need a good, valid reason to eat chocolate? Like for real. »Because my blood sugar is low«, »because it's that time of the month«, »because I am depressed and tired and just bleh«. I have no idea where this kind of thinking came from, but I am telling you this my friends, we need to stop. I am calling this cake the everyday, make you feel good chocolate cake and the only reason to make this one is because you are a true chocolate lover. It has two important factors (aside from being utterly delicious): First, it's super easy to make, even if you are 10 years old and second, your guests will be impressed and they will think you are an amazing baker. Now all you have to do is bake this cake, invite some friends over and enjoy this chocolate paradise, because you my friend, deserve it. </p>
INGREDIENTS
makes
1
0
cake pan
preparation time:
90
0
minutes
double chocolate cake with pears
chocolate ganache
METHOD
beat the butter and sugar
    Preheat the oven to 180 °C / 355 ℉. In a large bowl, whisk the butter and sugar for about 3 minutes, using an electric mixer. On low speed, gradually add in the eggs, one by one. Add the melted ( but not hot) chocolate and whisk well.
Mix in the dry ingredients
    In a separate bowl, whisk together the baking powder, flour, pinch of salt and cacao powder. On low speed, add one-third of the dry ingredients to the chocolate mixture, until just combined. Repeat the process until all of the dry ingredients have been incorporated. Pour in the milk and whisk one more time. Grease the loaf pan (26 x 10 cm / 10 x 5 inch) and line with parchment paper. Arrange the pears in line, leaving a bit of space between each pear. Pour in the chocolate cake mixture and place in the oven. Bake for 1 hour at 180 °C / 355 ℉.
chocolate ganache
    Remove from the oven and let cool for about 5 minutes. Transfer the chocolate cake from the pan on cooling rack to cool completely. Prepare the chocolate ganache. Melt the chocolate and butter. Stir in the milk and combine well. Pour the chocolate ganache over the cake, let the chocolate cool, then serve. Enjoy.

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