Servings: eight to ten.
I get the best results stirring this batter with a wooden spoon or rubber spatula. This cake is delicious on its own but even better topped with ganache.
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Disappointing. Taste is okay but it's quite dry. The instructions are pretty straightforward and I'm not a novice baker so I wonder if there's something missing or some other detail that all the fudgy results share and the dry results don't. I weighed my flour and cocoa; would it be better to actually measure by volume in this case?
This is the moist fudgy cake I've been looking for! I used an 8" round pan and it took almost 50 minutes to bake but it was moist and came out of the pan easily. I made some ganache out of 5% cream, butter and some dark chocolate (maybe 1/2 cup altogether) and it was more than enough. I made this on a weeknight, after work, and it was really quick and easy. This is my new "go-to" chocolate cake recipe. Thank you so much.
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