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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

Burger Buns, with Olive Oil and Whole Wheat Flour

This is my first attempt in baking burger buns. The original recipe was with butter, unbleached all-purpose flour, 1/4 cup of sugar and 1 large egg. 
I wanted to make them a bit healthier so part of the flour was organic whole wheat flour, and instead of using butter I used olive oil. I decreased the amount of sugar by 1 tablespoon as well. 
I am very pleased with the outcome! The buns are light and pleasant to eat.
You can find the original recipe along with step by step instructions at: King Arthur Flour.
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Here you can find my version of Burger Buns.  For the preparation instructions please visit King Arthur Flour.

Burger Buns, with Olive Oil and Whole Wheat Flour

8 big buns

 

Ingredients

1 cup organic whole wheat flour
1 cup bread flour
1½ cup all purpose flour
1½ tsp dry yeast (7gr)
1 tsp salt
3 tbsp caster sugar
2 medium eggs
1½ to 2 cups lukewarm water
2 tbsp olive oil

Preparation Method


Comments

  1. They look so perfect. Perfect for sandwiches as well.

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  2. Great buns!!
    As much as I love butter (and I LOVE butter), I always prefer to use oil in my challahs as the result is a much softer texture.
    So I have no double these are great buns.

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  3. Healthy and wummy!
    Stavri

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