Chocolate Tsunami Cake

Introduction

Dive into the indulgent world of our Chocolate Tsunami Cake – a captivating creation that combines rich chocolate layers, a burst of red fruit sweetness, and the smooth embrace of Tsunami Ganache. This homemade delight is not just a cake; it’s an experience waiting to be savored. Join us on this baking adventure as we guide you through the steps of creating this show-stopping masterpiece.

Ingredients

Cake:

  • 300g flour
  • 195g sugar
  • 210g extra soft margarine
  • 180g eggs
  • 6g baking powder (Ph)
  • 210g milk
  • 2g vanilla essence
  • Orange zest

Filling:

  • 300g red fruit sweet
  • Tsunami Ganache
  • 300g milk cream
  • 100g chocolate
  • 30g extra soft margarine

Decoration:

  • 15 cm acetate
  • Tape for decorating
  • Chunky Chocolate Chip Cookie
  • Ponqué cones

Procedure

  1. Creaming the Mixture: Cream extra soft margarine with sugar until smooth and light in color.
  2. Sifting and Zesting: Sift flour with baking powder and add orange zest.
  3. Egg Mixture: Mix eggs well with warm milk and vanilla essence.
  4. Gradual Incorporation: Gradually add eggs, flour, milk, and vanilla essence to the mixture. Beat for an additional 2 minutes until the batter is well incorporated.
  5. Baking Layers: Divide the batter into 3 15 cm molds to make layers and bake at 160°C for 25 to 30 minutes.
  6. Cooling and Assembling: Let the ponqué layers cool and rest. Match each layer and assemble the ponqué, filling it with red fruits. Keep it naked.
  7. Acetate Covering: Cover the cake with acetate, seal it well, and refrigerate.

Tsunami Ganache

  1. Ganache Preparation: Heat heavy cream and add it to the chocolate. Stir until smooth and add extra soft margarine for shine and flavor. Let the ganache cool.

Assemble the Cake

  1. Cake Out of Fridge: Take the cake out of the fridge and add the cold ganache, cookie pieces, and cake crumbs.
  2. Decorate to Perfection: Decorate with colored shades or glitter to your taste. Wrap a ribbon around the cake for a final touch.
  3. Unleash the Tsunami: Unleash the tsunami cake experience by peeling the tape and acetate upwards.

Capture the Moment

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  • #ChocolateTsunamiCake
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  • #FoodieJourney
  • #DessertLovers
  • #BakingAdventure
  • #TastyTreats
  • #IndulgeInFlavors
  • #TryItNow
  • #CakeExperience

Conclusion

Embark on a flavor journey with our Chocolate Tsunami Cake. This isn’t just a dessert; it’s an edible masterpiece. Share the joy of baking and indulgence with friends and family. Don’t forget to capture the moment and tag us with your creations. Happy baking and savor the wave of flavors!

FAQs

  1. Can I use a different fruit for the filling?
    • Absolutely! Experiment with berries, cherries, or your favorite fruit combination.
  2. Can I make the ganache in advance?
    • Yes, prepare the ganache ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator until ready to use.
  3. Do I have to use acetate for covering the cake?
    • Acetate helps achieve a smooth finish, but you can also use parchment paper in a pinch.
  4. Can I skip the cookie pieces in the decoration?
    • Certainly! Customize the decoration according to your preferences.
  5. How long can the Chocolate Tsunami Cake be refrigerated before serving?
    • The cake can be refrigerated for up to three days without compromising its freshness.

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