2 Reviews

This cake was divine!!!!! Super chocolately, dense, not fluffy like cake, but not overly dense. Just right! I think people should ignore the first time, as 25 minutes isn't even close. (Maybe that's the directions for 2 of them? The batter divided in half into 2 pans maybe?) I baked mine for 40 minutes, checked it, added another 4 minutes and it was perfectly done. I decorated it with a little chocolate espresso buttercream, fresh berries and powdered sugar! Spectacular!! Thank you so very much for sharing this wonderful recipe! Will be made again and again!<br/>*Update. As if this torte wasn't heaven sent the first day....omg....it's even better the next day and the next!! It does get much more dense the second and third day, but it just kept getting better and better!!! We shared the other half with the neighbors and our dear sweet mail lady! As the 2 of us could not possibly eat it all. Our friends think I'm a goddess!

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Wildflour March 29, 2013

Oh my, this is wonderful. I had a small piece a couple of hours after Easter dinner. Had it with strawberries and it is so good. Would also be good with a strawberry puree. I did have to cook mine for the full 45 min.

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Chocaholic Torte