200 g butter
200 g black chocolate
2 dl sugar
generous 2 dl wheat flour
1 ts baking powder
Melt the butter in a small saucepan, take the pot from the heat and add the chopped chocolate in hot butter. Let the chocolate melt slowly, stir a couple of times and let cool.
Beat the eggs and sugar into a good foam, add the chocolate mixture carefully and gently mix together dry ingredients (preferably through a sieve).
Bake in 220 celsius for about 15 minutes, until cake is no longer completely raw, but the middle area is still doughy.
Serve the cake in its bowl and sift powdered sugar on the surface. As a side dish vanilla ice cream or -foam, or the traditional whipped cream are suitable.
Why not try the orange strawberries:
cook a few minutes on high heat up a mixture of 1 orange juice, 2 tablespoons sugar and dollop of fruit liqueur. Pour the sauce as warm on strawberry pieces and let it stand for a moment.
2 dl oat flakes
1 dl coconut flakes
1 dl sugar
2-3 tbs dark cocoa powder
50 g soft butter
2 dl coconut flakes for decoration
Mix the dry ingredients, add the butter and egg stirring well.
Let the mixture to freeze a moment in a refrigerator, form small balls by hand and finally roll them in coconut flakes. When making Christmas candies you can wrap the balls in small paper forms. Store in a cool place.
Break 2 eggs on a soup plate; add some salt (and a drop of red chili out of the bottle). Break the structure of the eggs with a fork. Heat in the microwave oven for 1 minute, stir in between.
As a side to the omelet you can eat fresh tomato, stored at room temperature and green salad.