How to make it

  • 1.Seive the flour & the baking powder together and keep aside.Grease a baking pan and line it with brown paper.
  • 2.Assemble the milk, butter,sugar,white chocolate in a bowl and slowly melt it all in a Bain marie or a Double Boiler or over a saucepan of simmering hot water until it just melts and is smooth & gooey . See Photo
  • 3.let it cool for about 10-15 mins and then beat the eggs with some vanilla essence and add one at a time & mix well See Photo
  • 4.add the flour to this mixture and mix well.Pour into the prepared pan. See Photo
  • 5.Preheat an oven @180d,and bake it over low heat for about 40 mins keep checking in between,so it doesnt get burnt See Photo
  • 6.Let it cool completely and then frost it either using a readymade white frosting(if in a hurry) or heat half cup of cream till it just boils,be very careful,it burns really quick and pour it over 200g of chopped white chocolate and mix it well,you can beat it a little for thickness, or refridgerate it for some time once cooled,and then proceed to frost the cake See Photo
Grease and line the cake tin   Close
Melting butter,milk,sugar & chocolate in a double boiler   Close
once everythings melted it should look something like this   Close
Time to add the Flour& baking powder mix   Close
Pour in the prepared tin   Close
beautifully baked   Close
Assemble all the ingredients together to save time   Close
Cooled & ready to be frosted   Close

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  • ambus 10 years ago
    Your cake looks really good!Want to try this one ASAP ... unfortunately,not many chocolate fans in my house :(
    Thanks for sharing the recipe.
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    " It was excellent "
    mystic_river1 ate it and said...
    So easy and sooooo good. Thanks for the post.
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