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Chocolate sponge with Dulce de leche layer cake

When I first read about this here I was too fascinated to try something with it. But the time it takes was the worrying thing and I was simply postponing to get a can of condensed milk. Yesterday I finally made a cake with this. What to say? Its all worth the effort and it tasted super delicious. I could lick the whole can but was waiting to try many more dishes 😉

I boiled the can of condensed milk (do not open the can) in a large bowl with full water (make sure to drop the can only after the water starts boling). Boil for atleast 1 hour. All through the time the can should be immersed in water. Otherwise the can will explode. So please keep checking the water level often.

For the Chocolate Sponge :

Eggs – 3

All purpose flour – 1/2 cup

Sugar – 1/2 cup

Cocoa powder – 1/4 cup

I made the basic chocolate sponge. Beat the eggs till stiff peaks form. Add the sugar and fold gently. Swift the flour, cocoa powder.

Fold the flour mix in 1/3rds at a time and using a flat spoon making swirls like ‘8’ figure while folding. I divided the batter into small cup cake cups and baked them for 12 minutes.

Once the cake is cool I cut each one into 4 thin layers. Applied a teaspoon of Dulce de leche on each layer.

And this is my wonderful cutie layered cake ready for galloping!

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8 comments on “Chocolate sponge with Dulce de leche layer cake

  1. Looks wonderful, Nirmala! Love each of the components on their own and the combo must be mind blowing! Nice post. 🙂

  2. oh yum… I absolutely love the dulce de leche , I can just have that for dessert… Cake looks great Nirmala!

  3. Wowwwwwww..its surely is a cutie…n the layers look so neat!! Bookmarked to try! Lovely looks your blog have!! Tks for sharing!!

  4. A cake that gallops! that’s a first!

  5. Wow, sure does look delicious Nirmala, and very simple recipe…good one!:)

  6. Looks fabulous Nirmala… i love dulce de leche….

  7. superb cake…really beautifuL!!!!!!!!!!!

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