Chocolate Cake "Mocha-orange" - A Step By Step Recipe With A Photo

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Chocolate Cake "Mocha-orange" - A Step By Step Recipe With A Photo
Chocolate Cake "Mocha-orange" - A Step By Step Recipe With A Photo

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Cooking description:

The biscuit comes out great in a slow cooker, but it can also be baked in the oven at 180 degrees. Do not overdry! And be sure to give the biscuit time to ripen. Do not cut it for at least 4-5 hours, otherwise you will crush it and crumble it. In addition, the taste of the ripened biscuit is richer and brighter.

Appointment: For a festive table / Birthday / New Year / Valentine's Day / February 23 / March 8 / Anniversary

Main Ingredient: Fruit / Orange / Dairy / Cheese / Dough / Chocolate / Sponge Pastry / Eggs / Mascarpone / Cocoa

Dish: Baking / Cakes / Sponge cake / Sweet

Ingredients:

  • Eggs - 5 Pieces (biscuit)
  • Sugar - 150 Grams (biscuit)
  • Warm water - 4 Art. spoons (biscuit)
  • Wheat flour / grade - 100 Gram (biscuit)
  • Orange peel - 1 tbsp. spoon (biscuit)
  • Salt - 1 Pinch (biscuit)
  • Cocoa powder - 50 grams (biscuit)
  • Baking powder - 6 Grams (biscuit)
  • Mascarpone - 350 Grams (cream)
  • Powdered sugar - 80 Grams (cream)
  • Instant coffee - 3 Teaspoons (cream)
  • Orange Juice - 150 Milliliters (impregnated)
  • Orange liqueur - 50 Milliliters (impregnation)
  • Dark chocolate - 80 grams (ganache)
  • Fat cream - 50 Milliliters (ganache)
  • Orange jam - 2-3 tbsp. spoons (optional)

Number of Servings: 8-12

How to make "Mocha-Orange Chocolate Cake"

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 1
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 1

Start with a biscuit. Divide the eggs into whites and yolks. Beat the yolks with 100 g of sugar until white, then, adding portions of warm water, beat until a lush foamy mass is formed.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 2
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 2

Add orange zest from at least half of the orange. I was rubbing from the whole.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 3
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 3

Beat the whites until soft peaks and, adding fine sugar in portions, beat completely.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 4
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 4

Pour the mixture of flour, cocoa, salt and baking powder sifted twice into the yolk mass. Stir lightly with a spatula.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 5
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 5

Add the whipped egg whites in portions, mixing with a spatula by folding from top to bottom and in a circle. Work lightly while maintaining bulk.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 6
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 6

Carefully pour the dough into the multicooker bowl, first place a circle of parchment paper on the bottom. Do not lubricate anything!

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 7
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 7

Bake 45 minutes with the Bake program selected. After the beep, open the lid and check readiness with a toothpick. If it comes out dry, turn off the heat and remove the lid from the steam outlet. Let it stand for about 10 minutes. Then remove the biscuit, carefully trimming the edges with a silicone spatula, using the steaming insert. Cool on a wire rack, wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate to ripen. Better at night.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 8
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 8

For cream, mascarpone must be selected from the refrigerator in advance - it must be at room temperature. Add powdered sugar and instant coffee diluted in two tablespoons of warm water to the cheese. Beat well with a mixer and refrigerate for 15 minutes.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 9
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 9

Cut the cake into three parts using dental floss - it crumbles the biscuit least of all. For impregnation, squeeze juice from a large orange and add orange liqueur. Saturate the cakes with a brush.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 10
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 10

Lubricate the cakes with cream and lay on top of each other. Smear the edges with the remnants of the cream.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 11
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 11

Grease the top cake with orange jam, preferably uniform, without pieces. If available with chunks, strain through a sieve or punch with a blender. Put the cake in the freezer for 15-20 minutes.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 12
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 12

During this time, prepare the chocolate ganache. Heat the cream, not boiling, and pour over the finely chopped chocolate. Stir well until the chocolate is melted. Cool slightly and pour over the top of the cake. Until the ganache is frozen, decorate the cake according to your skill and desire.

Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 13
Chocolate cake "Mocha-orange" - photo step 13

Let the cake steep in the refrigerator for at least an hour (or preferably more) and serve.

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