These chewy coconut flourless cookies are all about the moist and fudgy center.
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Little pots of satiny molten chocolate are the ultimate chocolate fix in under 30 minutes.
There's not a speck of flour in this one layer torte, so the result is richer, fudgier, and loads more sinful than any brownie.
The recipe is dense with vibrant egg yolks, lightened with meringue, and saturated with bittersweet chocolate. The ginger-and-pepper spiced wine-poached pears that top this cake are fiery orange, tinted with beet, as an ode to the opening night regalia of the turning foliage.
This recipe for 15-Minute Magic, a non-kosher/non-Parve chocolate-amaretti torte, is hardly traditional Passover fare, but it's delicious and doesn't use flour. My favorite amaretti to use for this cake are amaretti di Saronno from D. Lazzaroni & Co. You'll find them in their beautiful red tins at specialty shops, Italian markets and some supermarkets. That said, I've used just about every other brand available and have never eaten a torte I didn't love.
Been wondering all week about the gooey, nut-studded, fudge-drenched dessert on the cover of Chocolate Epiphany? It's a flourless milk chocolate cake with grapefruit and hazelnuts. The recipe is simple to prepare and yields extraordinary results. The mild milk chocolate...