Cake with black currant

A bright chocolate cake with black currant will not leave anyone indifferent. The recipe is not as complicated as it seems, just follow the step-by-step instructions.

Cake with black currant
Cake with black currant
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  1. 200 ml of water pour into a saucepan and put on fire. Sprinkle sugar and bring to a boil, stir. 120 g of black currant, sort, rinse and dry, fold in a small container. Pour the berries with boiling sugar syrup and leave them to soak for the night.
  2. Next day, prepare the chocolate cake without the flour for the cake with black currant. To do this, grind 90 grams of chocolate and melt it in a water bath, remove 6 proteins from the yolks and beat with a pinch of salt with a mixer until firm peaks, gradually pouring 120 grams of sugar.
  3. Heat the oven to 160 / 180C. Yolks beat up with 120 grams of sugar mixer until a light creamy mass (about 4-5 minutes). Add a third of the protein mass to the yolk cream and mix. Then add the melted chocolate and mix again.
  4. Add the remaining proteins to the homogeneous chocolate mass and mix. From the result of the test, bake 3 chocolate cakes for a cake with black currant (25 minutes in a preheated oven). Cool them on a grate. 300 grams of currant, grind in a blender, soak gelatin in clean water for 10 minutes. Then add to the gelatinous liquid liqueur, 2 tablespoons. sugar, lemon juice and ground currant. Put in a water bath and bring to a boil.
  5. Remove the container from the water bath. 250 g of dark chocolate melt in a water bath and mix with the resulting berry mass. Add the butter, stir until homogeneous and remove for half an hour-hour in the refrigerator.
  6. Fold the cake with black currant in a split form: the cake, currant cream, cake, currant cream cover with a cork and lightly press down. The remaining chocolate is melt in a water bath, add cream and cocoa, stir.
  7. Cool the frosting and cover it with black currant cake from all sides. Leave it in a cool place for the night. Cut the finished cake into portions and serve for tea. Bon appetit!
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