Quite honestly, when my best friend told me about the cake she made, I took it with a pince of salt as I was aware of her incredible talent to spoil even quick-cooking oatmeal porridge. But, to my great surprise, the cake happened to be one of the best cakes I have ever eaten. So I strongly encourage you to try this recipe even if you are as unacquainted with a kitchen as is my friend, as this cake is unbearably easy to cook.
350 g bitter chocolate
225 g butter
300 g sugar
100 g butter biscuits
1. Preheat the oven to 160C. Break the chocolate into pieces and put it in the bakeware, after that, place it into the saucepan with boiling water. Make sure that water is not getting into the bakeware with the chocolate.
2. When the chocolate melts, add cut butter and stir it until you get a homogeneous mix. Remove from the heat and leave to cool a little bit.
3. Break the biscuits into small pieces but don’t crush up them into powder.
4. Beat the eggs and sugar in the mixer until you get thick homogeneous mix, which will take approximately 5 minutes. Constantly stirring, add melted chocolate.
5. Add crushed biscuits into the mix and stir thoroughly. Pour it into the spring form covered with oiled cookery parchment paper and bake in the oven for 45 minutes.
Powder the cake with nut crumbs and serve hot or cold. Being pretty high-calorie, this cake won’t spoil your figure as it’s very nourishing, so you will feel full after a small piece.