- 3 1/2 oz dark chocolate
- 3 1/2 oz diced butter
- 3 1/2 oz caster sugar*
- 2 whisked eggs
- 3 oz plain flour (sifted)
- Preheat the oven to 360° F.
- While gradually stirring, melt the chocolate together with the butter in an extra pot (or your baking dish) and directly take off the stove when molten. (Be careful, the chocolate will become inedible when it gets too hot.)
- Stir in the sugar and the mixed eggs until everything thickens.
- Now, stir in the sifted flour and mix carefully (but don’t over mix ). If you have used a separate pot, pour the dough into your baking dish.
- Bake for approx. 20-30 minutes (under a little crust appears on top, the dough should still be soft and sticky in the middle).
- Enjoy while still warm because the mixture won’t stay as sticky when cooled down.
*Also known as superfine sugar, caster sugar is superfine white sugar that is designed to more easily dissolve and to incorporate into recipes. Don’t confuse it with powdered sugar which is sometimes labeled as 10x superfine. Caster sugar is normally available in gourmet grocery stores and is fairly expensive. We recommend making your own from ordinary white sugar by using a food processor to break it down.