Gâteau au chocolat à la Pebble

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Shoppinglist:
120 g dark chocolate
100 g butter
2 eggs
2 egg yolks
120g sugar
2 tablespoons flour
some butter for greasing
sugar powder
maybe ice creme

What makes a Gâteau au chocolat? The liquid chocolate which is flowing out of the soft chocolate dough makes my day.

Ok let’s go and have 6 great Gâteau au chocolat
Preheat the oven to 250 degrees
Now, you need a pot with water – just a little bit.Annoy the water as long as it boiling – alternatively turn the stove on. You need another pot or bowl which must be smaller than the pot. In my case I use a cereal bowl.blog10

Crumble the chocolate into the bowl and melt it into the water bath – be careful with the water the chocolate should not be too hot. Just melting not cooking!!! Add the butter until it is dissolve.

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Tataaataaaa Time for my friend Ken

Sometime I think I’m in love with Mr. Kenwood – the best kitchen machine I ever used.
Is it kitchen machine or food processor in English? mmmhh

Beat the eggs, yolks and sugar with the help of a food processor, beater or who has roller coaster untils it’s foamy. I used Ken and his strong arm makes it easy.blog5

blog6Slowly pure the chocolate tot he eggs.

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Sieve the flour into the dough  – Otherwise the dough will have lumps and you take a little walk to the dustbin. Stirr the dough.
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Grease the muffin pan (?)  with butter, at best first only one sample for the Gâteau.Now everything depends on you and your watch. Put the ramekin filled with 1 Gâteau in the oven – about 7-9 minutes. I have a silicon pan for 6 muffins but it dosen’t matter i fit is silicon or metal. After 7:30 minutes, the cake was perfect for me.

If you’ve found the right time – grease all ramekins and make the Gâteau of your life.
blog9Serve with ice crème and sugar powder

Enjoy
Pebble