I like coffee! I don't know if it's more than chocolate, but I like it :)) And because I like it and because I couldn't decide if the cake should be either chocolate or coffee, I combined them.
A friend used to tell me… it is known that you don't have many children at home, that you started making cakes that you like. :))) This is about the coffee cake I made not long ago and a coffee cake that I will invite you to soon. Hi hi…
So… I invite you… Either to me or to the kitchen to make yourself :)))
- For the countertop:
- 3 eggs
- 3 tablespoons sugar
- 3 tablespoons flour
- 1 tablespoon oil
- 1 tablespoon ground walnuts
- 1 tablespoon chocolate balls
- 1 tablespoon instant coffee (ness)
- For the cream:
- 200 g dark chocolate
- 50 ml hard coffee
- 200 ml whipped cream
- 1 whipped cream hardener (only if absolutely necessary)
- For coffee jelly:
- 240 ml of coffee prepared hard and sweetened to taste
- 10 g gelatin
Preparation Coffee Jelly Cake:
Ouale is separated. Pour the oil over the yolks and mix well. Whisk the egg whites with a pinch of salt. Add the sugar and mix until you get a hard and shiny foam. Pour the yolks and mix gently. At the end, incorporate the flour mixed with ground walnuts, ness and chocolate balls, mixing lightly with a spatula.
Pour the composition into a tray (24 cm in diameter) lined with baking paper and bake on medium heat for about 25-30 minutes. The top is lightly browned and comes off the edge of the tray. Remove the top on a grill and leave to cool.
The broken chocolate pieces are put in a bowl together with the cream and the coffee. Melt over low heat, taking care not to boil. Set aside and mix, then refrigerate for at least 1 hour, until the cream cools and hardens. Then mix until you get a fluffy cream.
- If it does not harden enough, if it completely refuses to harden, add 1 cream hardener.
Put the cream over the cooled countertop. We uniform and let it cool until we prepare the coffee jelly.
We hydrate the gelatin in a few tablespoons of cold water.
After preparing the coffee, let it cool and strain it through a fine sieve (if you prepare it in a filter, skip this stage). Add gelatin and mix. Refrigerate until it cools well and begins to take on consistency.
Around the countertop we put the ring from the detachable tray in which we baked or made one of a piece of aluminum foil. Pour over the jelly composition, which is still liquid, then let it cool until it hardens very well.
Remove the ring around the worktop and portion as desired.