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Chocolate Cake with simple syrup (Easy to Make)

Chocolate Cake with simple syrup (Easy to Make) Super easy to make, this chocolate cake stay moist even after several days.  The day before I created this recipe I had some simple syrup left from the baklava I made, so I decided instead of using it in making another sweet with phyllo pastry, to make a cake.  I urge you to try it and leave a comment on the post below. Simple Syrup Ingredients 3 glasses of water 3 glasses of granulated sugar 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice 1 sachet of vanilla sugar (or 1 tbsp of vanilla extract) Cake Ingredients   900ml simple syrup (hot) 1 cup fresh hot black coffee (1 cup water, 1 tbsp granulated coffee) 400gr dark chocolate couverture buttons,  (at least 60% cocoa) 250gr salted butter, cut into small cubes 5 large eggs, lightly bitten 520gr plain flour sifted with the following ingredients 2 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder 2 tsp baking powder 1 sachet of vanilla sugar (or 1 tbsp of vanilla extract) Simple Syrup Preparation Method 1. In a large saucepan add the

Organic Peppers stuffed with Cheese

Peppers stuffed with Cheese
Makes 12 medium peppers

12 medium organic peppers (unseeded)
Oil spray

Cheese Mixture Ingredients
150gr Fetta cheese
150gr unsalted Anari cheese (or Ricotta cheese)
1 large egg
1 tsp curry powder
½ tsp black pepper
1 tsp fennel seeds

Preparation Method
1) Preheat oven at 200ºC. 
2) In a large bowl mix all ingredients, and with the help of a small teaspoon fill the peppers with the cheese mixture.
3) Place the stuffed peppers in a 20cm x 20cm square Pyrex, and spray them with oil.
4) Cook for 20 -25 minutes.


  1. Yummy, that look so delicious. I love anything stuffed with cheese,lol :)

  2. Super!
    You know - my Mom used to fill peppers with cheese but she never baked them
    I have to your easy recipe
    These look soooooooooooo good!:)

  3. MMM Looks great and yummy,I will try it tonight!

  4. Peppers have such a unique vibrancy to their colors. I love the simplicity of this dish - it really focuses on the flavors and beauty of the peppers without anything to fancy. There is beauty in simplicity.

  5. I LOVE stuffed peppers. So delish!

  6. Mini versions of these would be perfect as canapes now we're coming up to the Christmas season! :-)

  7. Eftychia, These peppers are lovely! I agree with Laura in that bite-sized versions would be splendid at a party. For now, I'll take the full-sized version and pair it with a nice white wine. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

  8. I never used to eat peppers but this might change my mind

  9. Wow yummy. Unfortunately it hard to me to eat the spicy taste because stomach problems. But overall it so creative


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