Cocoa sponge cake with ricotta

Submitted by enr on 08 Dec 2013
190 g butter or margarine
220 g of powdered sugar
2 eggs
125 g flour
45 g cocoa
# To cover:
350 g ricotta cheese
50 g of powdered sugar
Cocoa sponge cake with ricotta
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Egg mix to soft butter and sugar until blanching, add two eggs one by one. The flour and cocoa sifted together and added to the fat fraction being stirred with a mixer. Pour into an oblong shape (30h11 cm) littered with paper on top add the broken egg with ricotta and sugar. Spoon Mix by swirling movements mixture. Sprinkle with almonds optional. Bake in pre-heated oven at 180C for about 50 minutes until ready.
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08 Dec 2013
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flowers look great! It is very beautiful with these patterns, and so cocoa ... :) Will do!

Many a delicious calories will not think ...

flowers very appetizing offer! How you present it only ...! Irresistible! :)

flowers, no words! :) It was a gorgeous cake! And although it did with cottage cheese (there where buying it is very nice, it is smooth, creamy, after crashing and smell of milk), the result is great :) It added vanilla, grated peel of half a lemon and dried cranberries . It was a real bouquet! Thank you for shared recipe will surely do the cake often!

Wonderful picture Reni and I do it often.

I love such rich desserts. Eat less and is enough. I made a half dose because I had only one package *Philadelphia* of 175 grams. In cheese put finely chopped candied orange korichki- recipe from this site. I used a baking pan 25/11 cm. Bravo steffanell!

Next time I will try to Philadelphia, this is an idea of ​​the orange peels in ricotta, I'm glad that you were pleased with the cake.

great cake, thanks for the recipe :) The chocolate part is rich and thick, cheesy - soft and fresh, the two combine beautifully. Ricotta cheese was, as I put in this mixture and grated orange peel, baked in the cake pan with a hole 1. 8 l volume. Only my brown mixture get pretty thick and I did well to do pattern - think next time uttering white, brown, white, brown to mix better.

I'm glad you liked it, with orange peels is even more delicious.