Chocolate cake stuffed with a filling is a decadent dessert that combines the rich, moist texture of chocolate cake with a luscious, flavorful filling. The filling can vary widely, from creamy ganache to fluffy buttercream, fruit compote, or even a gooey caramel sauce. The choice of filling can greatly influence the overall flavor and texture of the cake.

To make a chocolate cake stuffed with filling, you would typically start by baking two layers of chocolate cake. Once the cakes are baked and cooled, one layer is placed on a serving platter and the filling is spread evenly over the top. The second layer of cake is then placed on top of the filling, creating a sandwich effect.

The cake can be frosted with a chocolate ganache, buttercream, or other frosting of your choice to seal in the filling and add an extra layer of flavor and texture. Some recipes also call for additional decorations or toppings, such as chocolate shavings, sprinkles, or fresh fruit, to enhance the presentation of the cake.

When sliced, a chocolate cake stuffed with filling reveals a beautiful cross-section of cake and filling, making it a visually stunning and delicious dessert that is sure to impress.

Cake ingredients:

1 tea cup of warm milk
3 eggs
4 tablespoons of melted margarine
2 cups of sugar (I only used one)
1 cup of cocoa powder (I used 32% cocoa)
2 tea cups of wheat flour
1 teaspoon baking soup

Stuffing ingredients:

1 tea cup of sugar
3 tablespoons cornstarch/maizena
5 tablespoons of cocoa powder 32%
1 tea cup of water
3 tablespoons vanilla essence (optional)

Note: Stuffing is optional.

Method of preparation:
Beat all the dough ingredients in the blender until you mix everything, except the baking soda. After smoothie add the baking soda and beat for 15 seconds.
Place in a round shape with a hole in the middle greased with butter and sprinkled with wheat flour.
Bake for about 40 minutes in a medium oven (180°C) preheated.



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