I had a big craving last week for this combination - the cake with cherries and chocolate - with a fluffy and moist top. Initially I was planning to take the dough from the Apricot Chocolate Traybake, but before I started cooking, the recipe for the cherry cake below came to my eyes and I said to change the combination. I am very glad that I did it, it is extraordinarily good, sinful of chocolate, a complete taste and it combines perfectly with cherries, sour cherries or other favorite fruits. It was actually devoured by everyone, you couldn't stop eating.
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Put cocoa powder in a bowl and pour hot boiling water over it. Mix well so that they are not lumpy and leave to cool for at least 15-20 minutes.
Meanwhile, in another bowl, mix the flour with the sugar, salt and baking powder.
If you still have time, you can remove the seeds from cherries or sour cherries.
Now pour the liquid with the cocoa, oil, eggs and vanilla over the flour mixture.
You should get a slightly thicker and silkier dough, without lumps - mix with a whisk or mixer.
We also have the cherries cleaned of seeds and drained of juice.
Optionally you can mix them with 1-2 tablespoons of flour, to absorb the excess juice.
Add the cherries to the previously prepared dough.
Don't forget to put the chocolate and cut the small pieces.
Mix well with a spoon.
Pour the composition into the classic oven tray, the one from the 4-stove stove, lined with baking paper.
Level and evenly distribute the dough and the cherries in it.
Bake for 30-35 minutes in a preheated oven at 180 degrees.
Check with the toothpick to be well cooked.
Allow to cool well before serving and serving.
And a section, I hope convincing :)
It has a great effect, a perfect combination and a complete taste of chocolate, don't make a mistake with it.
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