Very similar to the recipe I always use, and I always get rave reviews for it. Except I use a cup of hot coffee rather than just hot water. Gives it an extra zing. If you can get chocolate condensed milk, use that instead of cocoa- makes it richer for special occassions. Used to be able to get it in NZ but Nestle have stopped making it now. For a great caramel cake, omit the cocoa and use a tin of caramel condensed milk.
I tried this recipe and it turned out with the texture of spongecake. Is that right? I was expecting it to be a dense, rich cake. It tasted great but I was a little surprised by the texture. I would definitely make it again.
I have this exact recipe virtually, but the recipe i have also included 1.5 tspns of both bi-carb soda and baking powder, it was beautiful to cut, no crumbs. and was soft like a sponge, not sure how it would go though under the weight of fondant. Thanks Kathy047 about how to change the flavour, I will give the caramel one a try. !
kathy - do you use the same amouth (3/4 cup) of condensed milk instead of the cocoa
Fantastic recipe - beautifully fine texture and super moist, incredible when sliced no crumbs. It will now be a recipe I use for wedding cakes.
Such a yummy cake, very popular in my household! Just wondering if this cake would hold up fondant? I usually use a mudcake, but this is so yum..
Hey, Just in case anyone is wondering .......... I used fondant with the cake and it turned out beautifully. Made in two 8" pans, filled with chocolate ganache and covered with choc fondant. YUUUUUUUUMMMYYYY!! The cake holds the weight of the fondant with no worries and still tastes great.
This cake is awesome. It tastes great and it is so moist. Thank you for sharing the recipe
Hi what kind of oil would you put in this recipe?
Yummy, yummy, yummy, yummy :)
Would this work for cupcakes?
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