How to bake walnut, pecan & chocolate cake

How to bake walnut, pecan & chocolate cake

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Gather baking ingredients. (Nutella optional)

Prepare a 8inch round Teflon tin and line with parchment paper. Set aside.

Pan roast walnuts until golden brown & fragrant. Cover both walnuts & pecans with kitchen towel & crush into small pieces with rolling pin. Then, crush the chocolates into small pieces. Set aside.

In a large mixing bowl, mix the flour, baking powder & brown sugar.

Add the 4 eggs, 100ml of the whipping cream and 50ml milk into the dry ingredients. Mix just combined. Do not over mix.

Add the crushed ingredients into the wet mixture.

Use a spatula and fold in the dry ingredients.

Pour the batter into the tin. Bake for 35mins.

Gather cake filling ingredients

Preparing the filling. Step 1: pour the cream into a medium sized bowl. Step 2: whip with a hand mixer on high speed until frothy. Add icing sugar as final step and whisk for another 30secs. Set aside

Stick a toothpick into the cake & check if it's fully cooked. The melted chocolate will stick slightly onto the pick when it's removed from the cake. Set cool.

Once cooled, use a long knife & run it around the middle of the cake, scoring & turning until the 2 lines join up. Carefully start turning & cutting your cake going deeper each time like this picture.

Spoon the whipped cream onto the cake and sprinkle with cocoa powder. Alternatively. You could add Nutella as well. I prefer this cake to be less sweet in taste.

Pop the top back on the cake, and serve. You can add more cream depending on your liking.

Watch the video: Easy Walnut Or Pecan Pound Cake (August 2022).