Molten Chocolate Baby Cakes

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Introduction: Molten Chocolate Baby Cakes

About: Im a funloaded guy who loves cooking, Watching movies and Reading Im a HUGE Vampire Diaries, One tree Hill and Transformers fan

Hi My Name Is Aasif Zahir, Im only 15 and i LOVE cooking

I read this recipe on www.nigella.com, As it didn't have detailed step by step instructions with pictures I decided to make it my self and upload pictures of each step

It has a Outer crust and inside its full of Thick liquid chocolate which is absolutely yummy
I have added the link of the original recipe 
www.nigella.com/recipe/recipe_detail.aspx

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Step 1: Ingredients

INGREDIENTS -

50g Soft Unsalted Butter
350g Dark Chocolate
150g Soft Sugar
(I had sugar with big crystals so i blended it to get powdered sugar)
4  Large  Eggs Beaten With A Pinch Of Salt
50g flour
(Plain flour not self rising)
1 Teaspoon Of Vanilla Extract
(I used Vanilla Essence)

Step 2: Mixing

Melt the chocolate and let it cool slightly, i didn't have to because Tampering was not required in the brand of chocolate i used, If the package doesn't say tampering not required then u have to do it...
Mix the butter, sugar and gradually add the egg, then add the vanilla and the flour add then chocolate to the batter next
You can all so blend all the ingredients like i did in a blender but adding each ingredient slowly and not all at once


Step 3: Baking

 Preheat the oven at 200 degrees C for 10 minutes before putting them in.
after heated pour the batter into individual muffin moulds and bake for 10-12 minutes

After baking take them out and leave to cool for about half an hour

then u can take them out of their moulds flip them over, sprinkle some powdered sugar for decoration and serve...................


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    11 Discussions

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    invento
    invento

    9 years ago on Introduction

    hey whats the meaning of plain four- is it Maida or Atta

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    ExpatCucina
    ExpatCucina

    10 years ago on Step 3

    Is it soft in the inside? I have a similar recipe. Maybe we can share and combine the 2...see what it comes out :)

    Good instructable!

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    stephen20x6
    stephen20x6

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Excellent! I'm going to try this. It would be easier if the measurements were in cups / spoons / ounces as well but I can convert them myself.

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    saritha55
    saritha55

    10 years ago on Introduction

    haha it wuz awesome!!! nywyz u gotta make 1 fr prshn!!!! :P

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    awz123
    awz123

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Looks really Good, but for all of the people who don't use grams as a form of mesurement it may be a good Idea if you convert it to cups and tablespoons etc. aswell. Just my advice... They look Delicious.

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    slav75
    slav75

    10 years ago on Step 3

    Выглядит как кексы, надо попробовать!