We don’t eat out much – maybe its the fact that we’re both avid cooks or maybe because there aren’t a ton of great restaurants in town, but we often find ourselves thinking “we could make this”. And most of the time that’s what we do, stay in and cook. But when we do go...Read More »
South Indian cuisine has its own charm. I havent made the aforementioned statement just because i am a South Indian. When one gives a little thought to the ways of eating in South India, the realisation that the need to cook vegan or gluten free meals come to an end very quickly. And that too in a delicious way. Because a majority of the south Indian cuisine is predominantly vegan and gluten free.
So I'm back on the blog with the recipe as is the Chocolate Whisky Mini Cakes. I have long wanted baked a cake like this, especially in the cute mini rim shape. I like to use spirits in my cakes and desserts at holidays. It give finishing in-one when comes to taste. Therefore fits this chocolate cake with whiskey very well for Christmas. Gingerbread baker I much by jultid. This chocolate cake is spiced with ginger and cinnamon. I would like to make it extra delicious and poured therefore little whiskey in the dough, and I must say that it gave a delicious cake, with a perfect finish. The cake is also very light, soft and moist, like a spice cake should be. I have decorated the cakes with melted chocolate, but you can eat the cake as it is for a hot cup of coffee or tea.