the best chocolate cake recipe

I did try many recipe before finally find this one. It’s originally a Devil’s cake. A Devil’s Food Cake is an American classic. With its almost black color, it is probably the most ‘chocolately’ of the chocolate cakes. To go with that rich chocolate flavor is a cake with a wonderfully soft crumb that is dense and moist. For a double dose of chocolate we fill and frost this cake with a fudgy chocolate ganache.
While no one knows for sure how it got its name “Devil’s” Food Cake, one opinion is that it’s because it is the polar opposite of the light and airy white Angel Food Cake. Others say it’s just just too sinful to eat. We do know that recipes for this cake started to appear around 1900.

This cake is moist and has the perfect crumb. I cannot imagine making a chocolate cake using any other recipe. It is so easy to make and puts doctored cake mix recipes to shame. I’m eating a piece of the cake as I’m writing this, drooling all over my keyboard. It is insanely delicious. A decades search was worth the wait. Every…decadent…bite. Who wants cake?
Ingredients :
Devil chocolate cake

butter 340 gr
Coffee or assam tea 340 gr
Cocoa powder 85 gr
Dark chocolate 170 gr
Brown sugar 455 gr
Vanilla
salt 4 gr
eggs 6 pcs
Egg yolk 45 gr
Cake flour 255 gr
Baking soda 13 gr

Melt butter add it to the coffee. Mixt in the sieved cocoa powder and chocolate finely chopped. Add brown sugar, salt, vanilla, the baking soda with flour.
Bake at 180C for about 20 minutes.

Let rest aside
Prepare the ganache chocolate
ganache chocolate
ingredient
dark chocolate70 % 140 gr
milk chocolate 40% 47gr
milk 112 gr
honey 22 gr
butter 10 gr

Method
Heat up the milk at cover at 50C
Pour the milk over the chocolate already melted , mixt with a Wisk till it s cool down
Slice your cake in 3, fill it up with the chocolate ganache, enjoy !

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