Recipe: Chocolate Pudding Cake

The experiments in my OTG continue. The shop had told me that I needed to use my OTG 4 times, before they'd stamp my guarantee card. And by now, I think I've used it around 5-6 times. Of course, I began making my own version of the cake recipes I'd found online. 

Chocolate Pudding Cake 

inspired from the classic Chocolate Mousse Cake :P

Ingredients for the chocolate cake 

4 cups of flour
2-3 cups of sugar 
2 eggs 
400 g of butter (preferably melted)
2 teaspoons of baking powder 
2 tablespoons of cocoa powder 
1 teaspoon of vanilla essence 

Method for the chocolate cake 

Preheat your oven to 200 C for 20 minutes. 
In a bowl, beat the eggs, the sugar and vanilla essence together, till a nice smooth mixture is formed.
Next, sift in the flour, the baking powder and the cocoa powder, stirring the mixture until the batter reaches its desirable consistency. 
Pour the batter into a previously greased baking tin.
Bake the cake at 200 C for 30 minutes. 
Take it out of the over after 30 minutes, and let it sit for 5 minutes before getting the cake out of the baking tin. Let it cool for sometime. 

Ingredients for the pudding 

2 cups of milk 
1 cup of sugar 
2 tablespoons of cornflour 
3 tablespoons of cocoa powder 

Method for the pudding 

In deep bottom pan, pour the 2 cups of milk, 1 cup of sugar, 3 tablespoons of cocoa powder and the 2 table spoons of cornflour. 
Turn on the flame at medium and keep stirring this mixture. When it reaches a boiling point, the pudding will be made. 
Turn off the flame and pour the pudding into a bowl. Allow it to cool for sometime. 

Making the Chocolate Pudding Cake 

Cut the chocolate cake in half, horizontally. Apply the pudding, as one would apply jam on a bread, with the help of a butter knife. Replace the top half of the cake. 
Serve. Or dig in! 

A look at the finished product 


  1. Egulo thik na! kotobaar kore bollam - Khawate hoy eshob!


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