A dark chocolate cake with a heavy sugar glaze|
Upper class citizens or nobility|
- 1 ⅓ cups flour
- 2 eggs
- 2 cups sugar
- ¾ cup cacao powder
- 1 stick of butter
- ¾ - 1 cup boiling water
Mousse Puille is a dark cacao cake that is perfect for any occasion. Be it a wedding or a birthday celebration, this cake will fulfill the appetites of all but the pickiest of guests. The delectable cake has been, and still remains, a local favorite in the various cities of Brissiaud. The cake's recipe has been shared through generations and is now a very popular delicacy around Aloria.
This succulent cake was created by an Ithanian chef named Charles Lyre in Brissiaud, around 255 AC. Originally, the cake was supposed to be a cookie, but after he added in ¾ cups of boiling water, the ingredients turned from a dough to a batter. Instead of throwing the mixture away, he decided to bake it and see what would happen. After a long line of trials and errors, Charles finally perfected the recipe and gave the cake its name: Mousse Puille.
To begin, one must gather their dry ingredients and mix them together within a bowl. Afterwards, the wet ingredients should slowly be incorporated into the dry ones, until a batter is formed. For the next step, the batter can be placed in a dish of any kind, after which point it should be baked for 10-15 minutes. While the cake is baking, a sugar glaze can be made by boiling the syrup of a Dúllci Cane. This glaze greatly compliments the overall taste and texture of the Mousse Puille. Once the cake is out from the oven, allow it to cool before applying the heavy sugar glaze or any other kind of decoration.
- Mousse Puille can be considered a very attractive cake. Without any sort of icing or glaze, the cake appears dense and moist, though this depends on the amount of boiling water used during preparation. The cake can be made in various styles for different events. If made for a wedding, the cake can be several tiers high, or if for a simple party or celebration, it could simply be a single layer.
- The smell of a freshly baked Mousse Puille is known to attract people from large distances. The heavy chocolate scent is said to be something of a delight, especially for children and adults with a sweet tooth.
- Depending on the quality of the ingredients in which the cake is made, and what icing is applied to the cake, it will have a rich, creamy, chocolate flavor. The cake’s delectable, mouthwatering taste can invigorate the tastebuds of any nobleman or woman in Aloria.
- A cacao nut is the purest form of cocoa, causing it to cost more than your regular cocoa powder. It also gives the resulting dish a rich, chocolatey taste that can’t be matched by any other confection.
- The “heavy sugar glaze” is commonly made from the syrup of a Dúllci Cane, unless the cake is decorated or topped differently.
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HydraLana on 03/21/2018.|
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