A cake is always a delight for the taste buds, and especially when it’s of chocolate flavor, laced with a lip smacking icing on the top. It’s just too irresistible. What’s even more irresistible for you and your guests is to wait for it to be served. Then why not learn a quick recipe of cake making? Just simple few steps and your mouth-watering cake is on your plate. You need not hold your temptation for long now.
- Take a mixing bowl. Mix flour, soda, eggs, sugar, oil, buttermilk, and ½ teaspoon of vanilla together. Mix it well until the lumps are dissolved into a smooth creamy mixture.
- Take a pan and heat it on the stove. Put a stick of margarine, water and some chocolate syrup in the pan. Bring it to boil. Boil for at least 1 minute.
- Now pour the boiled ingredients into the cake mix. Now mix it well again.
- Take a baking pan. Put butter and flour in the bottom of the pan or take a parchment paper and grease it with the same. Pour the mix into it.
- Now place it in the oven. Bake it at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes. Place a toothpick in the middle of the cake. If it’s taken out clean, it’s understood the cake has been fully baked.
- While the cake gets baked let’s make the icing, the best part of the cake. Take a pan. Put one stick of margarine, milk and 4 tablespoons of chocolate syrup into it. When it’s fully boiled remove from the stove. Now add powdered brown sugar, nuts, cashew, and 1 tablespoon vanilla essence in it.
- Once the cake is ready take it out from the oven. Now pour the icing spread on it as soon as the cake is taken out. Allow it to cool for at least 5 minutes.
And your delightful chocolate cake with icing is ready, waiting for you to take a bite. You may also try different variations of chocolate cake next time with slight alteration of ingredients like – rum, cheese icing, orange slices with chocolate, colored pops, sour cream etc.
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The idea of having a whipped cream Irish coffee itself brings water in mouth. A perfect blend of coffee and whiskey creates the magic of hot and cold, cream and sweetness with the sudden surge of whiskey and melting sweetness of brown sugar. Whipped cream on the top surely tantalizes the taste buds. In a chilly winter night it’s a sure treat for all.
Irish coffee with whipped cream in 6 steps
- You will need coffee, cream, sugar, and whiskey to prepare the most thrilling Irish coffee ever.
- Put water into coffee maker’s water reservoir. Measure 6 ounces of water per person. Put two tablespoons of coffee for every 6 ounce water. Use strong, dark coffee. Only dark coffees do well for Irish coffee. The aroma turns quite enticing. Now brew the coffee.
- Pour the coffee into mugs. Make sure the mugs are slightly pre-heated or washed with warm water to avoid the cracks. Fill only 2/3rd of the mug with hot coffee. Make sure the coffee remains hot.
- Now add one ounce shot of whiskey and one table spoon of brown sugar in each mug. If you want a really sweetened coffee treat yourself with two tablespoons of brown sugar. Similarly if you want extra kick of whiskey add two ounces of whiskey instead of one. Then stir till sugar dissolves. It will allow the cream to float. Thicken the cream by gently whisking in a bowl.
- Carefully pour the thick whipped cream over the back of the spoon and into the coffee. Make sure the cream sits heavy over 3/4th part on the top. Let it float.
- Sip the rich Irish coffee through the cream. Sit back and enjoy the piping hot Irish coffee whipped with cream.
Surprise your friends with your exotic Irish coffee serve.
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