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Juliesima


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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Flourless Chocolate Cake I
It's just wonderful! This is such a flavourful and decadent treat. I made it for a friend who's allergic to gluten, lactose and soya. I used 78% dark dutch chocolate (dairy free and soya free), substituted the butter with margerine and added a tsp of instant coffee to intensify the chocolate flavour. I also put the cake in the freezer 20 minute before serving to get it extra cold. It's heaven! The texture is something between dark chocolate icecream and a rich chocolate mousse. My friend made me give her the recipe and the list of products I used because she couldn't believe that this rich, delightful, chocolate treat was gluten, lactose and soya free. Absolutely loved this recipe. Thanks!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 5, 2011
Sweet Candied Orange and Lemon Peel
They are so delicious!!! Addictive and look so pretty! These 3 (citrus peel, sugar, water) simple ingredients are a match made in heaven. I made them today for the first time and I just love them. I used tangerines, oranges, lemons and limes. The limes were specially great for color. I did heed advice and changed the water several times while boiling and I let the peel dry a little before coating with sugar. I laid it on sheets of baking paper, separated as best possible and let it dry for 30 minutes, then I rolled them in a large bowl of sugar and let them finish drying overnight. The process is a little time consuming but totally worth it. It took me about 3 1/2 hours from start to sugar bowl. I can't wait to experiment by dipping the finished product in good dark chocolate :-) Yummy!!!

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 31, 2011
 
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