By Rita~ on February 15, 2003
Photo by Rita~
Photo by Rita~
"A Valentines special!!!! OHHHHHHHHHMMM!!!!!!!!!!!!!You can use any berries you like."
Serving Size: 1 (153 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"This is the third time I have made this cake. It is one of the most delicious cakes I have ever tried. No problems with it being dry. I even changed the chocolate ratio (ran out of brick chocolate and had to fill in with unsweetened cocoa powder and sugar) it still turned out wonderful!"
"I made this for my boyfriend and I for Valentines day... It turned out really tasty..It was almost like a thick piece of fudge or a brownie... I used raspberry jam and the liquor for the sauce and served it with whipped cream... very yummy! though I had to cook it almost 20 minutes extra."
"Amazing! Awesome! Decadent! Delicious! MMMMMMM! Mama"
"I used 70% dark Belgium chocolate which gave the cake and ganache an awesome flavor. Unfortunately, the cake was so dry I had to serve it with ice cream. I cooked it for 20 mins at 350. The amount of flour (1/3 cup) and the instruction in step #8 seem at odds. Any amount more than 2 tbls will not just dissapear. Because the recipe clearly stated 1/3 cup I added the whole amount. The ganache was sensational. Imagine 1/4 inch of dark creamy chocolate flavored with raspberry liqueur! Without the ice cream, the Raspberry sauce would have overpowered the the raspberry flavor of the ganache and I would omit it in the future. The 4 stars are an average of 3 for the cake and 5 for the ganache. Rita, I would love to make this again if you could suggest a remedy for the dryness. "