Yield: Yields 1-1/2 cups.
You’ll have a bit of this ganache left over after icing the fudge cake; use it as a sauce for ice cream or another dessert.
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Ganache will keep for a week in the refrigerator, covered. Rewarm gently before using.
This is a different icing. A suggestion..for one 8 in cake ,half the recipe add a teaspoon of sugar.let set 3 min before frosting. .leftover can be used for a dip for strawberries..and you have a treat..the cake is outstanding
Based on reviews, I used a little bit less cream than recommended and it came out perfectly. Delicious with semisweet chocolate.
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