This past weekend, we celebrated our girls long awaited Roller Skating Birthday party. I have shared with those behind me, in hopes they will see the support out on coming with those neat and fabulious recipes. Cake making continued to improve especially with the new ingredients such as chocolate and vanilla, and eventually sugar, that came to Europe with the discovery of the New World.
If they’ve had a great day, then this chocolate cake is a great way to celebrate with them! This Italian ricotta cake is a sensational dessert for the end of a special meal. The wet ingredients might soak in the flour when you add too much flour, making your cake taste dry.
Greeter-the reason you use unsalted butter and then add salt is so that you have control over the exact amount of salt in your food. You can use a round standard cake pan, a square baking dish, a loaf pan, a bundt cake pan, or whatever you have on hand. Recipe #1 from All Recipes This is the recipe I used this time, but I’ve made it both ways.
It’s ready when the top is golden brown and a toothpick inserted into the cake comes out clean. So my friends, if you have a chocolate cake lover in your midst, make them this cake. My husband and son both will be very pleased w/ the recipes you have listed and I love the fact that we call all really have the same meal together.
Cook’s notes: I sometimes halve this recipe and bake it in a 13 X 9 cake pan (as pictured, above). Also, I have really good cake pans, but the first time I baked it, it really stuck (yes, I buttered and floured). We’re using the two beds in the front garden mostly for root veggies – beets, carrots, rutabaga, daikon (which I just plucked out as it all went to seed), and parsnips, but we also have broccoli, lettuce, cucumber, garlic and a couple of squashes.