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Moelleux au Chocolat

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Serves 2

Delicious French recipe, a gooey melting in the middle chocolate pudding that will satisfy all chocolate lovers!

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  • 100g chocolate (ideally about 70% cocoa solids)
  • 75g unsalted butter
  • 50g icing sugar
  • 25g flour
  • 2 eggs


    1. Preheat the oven to around 200C. Melt the chocolate and butter in a bain marie.
    2. Mix together the icing sugar and flour in a seperate bowl. Then add the eggs and mix well.
    3. Butter two ramekin dishes. When the chocolate/butter is truly melted, pour the mixture into the flour/icing sugar/egg bowl and mix completely.
    4. Pour mixture into the ramekins about 3/4s full. Cook for approx 10mins, or until they have risen about an inch.
    5. I serve it still in the ramekin dish (in a very rustic French style!) with a raspberry coulis (recipe to follow soon) and vanilla ice cream.

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Comments (2)

MoW's picture

I made this super-easy dessert last night, and my family were very happy! I am sure to make this again, and again.... Many thanks to Mlle-emma.

mademoiselle-emma's picture

I just wanted to add that a "bain marie" in "1." is just the poncy phrase for a (glass) bowl over a saucepan over simmering water.

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