This recipe provides a flavor twist on the now-classic molten chocolate cake. You put a ball of raspberry-flavored ganache in each ramekin and top with cake batter; as the cakes bake, the ganache melts into a warm, sumptuous sauce.
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Assembled, unbaked soufflé cakes can be covered with plastic wrap and refrigerated for up to two days.
Try replacing the raspberry purée with orange juice and orange liqueur, plus a little grated orange zest.
I have made this twice. 1st was really good, 2nd was awesome (saved some for a couple days later didn't rise as well, but still awesome). Now I am making it for dinner guests tonight. I am prepping the sauce right now, and will have them ready by the time they get here, so all I have to do is stick them in the oven.
I use white chocolate in the sauce, as he doesn't like chocolate, and I don't strain out the seeds (too much work, plus I like the seeds).
Amazing! This was our Christmas dinner dessert this year. I made this in stages - the filling one day, the cakes the next, and baked on the third. It turned out perfect! I did add some fresh whipped cream, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. My guests raved about it and scraped the ramekins. I will absolutely make again.
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