FiddleandSpoon-ChocolateFudgePie

FiddleandSpoon-ChocolateFudgePie

[ Recipe adapted from Omg Chocolate Desserts ]

Phwoar, talk about rich. If you’re looking for some extreme chocolate decadence, this guy is for you.

This one was a thank you gift for my dad, so naturally I stole a piece to keep for myself before taking it over (I had to make sure it wasn’t poisonous, obviously). That one piece lasted me nearly three days. And I don’t mean I managed to avoid eating it for three days because I’m a good girl, I mean it was so rich that I’d eat a piece every couple of hours and then fall into a food coma. It was fabulous.

There’s a brief overview of the recipe with my edits below, but be sure to head on over to Omg Chocolate Desserts for the full chocolatey experience, complete with pictures and birthday stories!

The Crust
1ΒΌ cups plain flour
Β½ tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
Β½ cup unsalted butter (cold and cut into cubes)
2-4 tbsp cold water

The Filling
ΒΎ cup whole milk
ΒΌ cup heavy cream
ΒΌ cup unsalted butter
226g dark chocolate, chopped
1Β½ cups sugar
ΒΎ cup cocoa powder
ΒΌ cup all-purpose flour
ΒΌ tsp salt
2 eggs
3 egg yolks

1. In a large bowl whisk together flour, sugar and salt. Add butter and mix with a fork until it starts to look coarse. Add 1 tbsp of water at the time and continue mixing until a dough forms.
2. Wrap the dough in glad wrap and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Lightly grease a 9-inch pie plate and preheat oven to 175ΒΊC.
3. Remove the dough from refrigerator and roll out on a lightly floured surface into a circle. Transfer the dough to the pie plate and trim excess.
4. In a bowl, whisk together the sugar, cocoa powder, flour, and salt. In a saucepan combine the milk, cream, butter, and chocolate and stir over a medium-low heat until it become smooth. Allow to cool.
5. Add eggs, egg yolks and chocolate mixture to dry ingredients and stir until well combined. Transfer filling to pie crust in pan. Bake 45 to 50 minutes until the centre is set and the edges start to crack. Cool 10-15 minutes before serving.

4 Comments

  1. Damn that pie looks good! It's good to see someone else taking taste testing so seriously...you can't be too careful these days :D

  2. Sorry, how much is 226g of dark chocolate?

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