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post #16 of 22
I'm metric challenged, and I do not know what golden caster and muscovdo sugars are. Can anyone translate for me?
post #17 of 22
So sorry! Caster sugar is superfine sugar but I thibk you can use regular sugar. For Muscovado sugar, I just use plain brown sugar. This link might help with the conversations http://www.recipegoldmine.com/kitchart/kitchart2.html
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post #18 of 22
Thanks for the clarification. I might just give that recipe a try now!
post #19 of 22
OMG you have soooo many recipes to choose from! I myself have made the Epicurious Double Chocolate Layer cake, Hershey's perfectly chocolate cake, and One Delicious Cake. None of them even held a candle to the tweaked version of the Scott Clark Woolley Fudge Brownie cake IMHO. I have never found a better chocolate cake, not made by myself, and not made at a bakery, since discovering that recipe. It is incredibly moist, dense but still cakey (i.e. not dense like a brownie as the name suggests), rich and chocolatey.

Here's the link, it's on p3 of another thread. http://forum.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopic-52587-30.html I finally had someone post back with their results (different thread than the above one) and they were thrilled; her husband said it was the best CAKE he'd ever eaten. I had the same feedback the very first time I baked it.

Note, the egullet mod who posted the recipe is the one who stated (in the recipe notes) that the top domes and cracks. I personally don't have that problem with this cake.
post #20 of 22
This cake is dense and yummy!!! I substitute the sour cream for prepared instant chocolate pudding! Always a big hit!!!

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Sandys-Chocolate-Cake/Detail.aspx
post #21 of 22
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Originally Posted by ceshell

....... I myself have made the Epicurious Double Chocolate Layer cake, Hershey's perfectly chocolate cake, and One Delicious Cake. None of them even held a candle to the tweaked version of the Scott Clark Woolley Fudge Brownie cake IMHO. I have never found a better chocolate cake, not made by myself, and not made at a bakery, since discovering that recipe. It is incredibly moist, dense but still cakey (i.e. not dense like a brownie as the name suggests), rich and chocolatey.......



I totally agree. I just made this again tonight and I LOVE it.

ceshell......thank you for introducing me to this cake. I(not my butt icon_lol.gif )love it soooo much thumbs_up.gif
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post #22 of 22
You are most welcome! I am psyching myself up to make a partial batch of the recipe into cupcakes, then I'll freeze them and save them for cake fixes. They are stunning with vanilla IMBC but equally good with a ps cream cheese frosting, and utterly divine with whipped dark ganache. And yet the cake is so mouthwatering it can even handle being bare.

*drools*
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