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Want To Learn How to Make Gordon Ramsay's Favourite Dessert?-Hot Chocolate Fondant

Want To Learn How to Make Gordon Ramsay's Favourite Dessert?-Hot Chocolate Fondant
Posted by Grace Massa Langlois on Friday, 16th July 2010 Gordon Ramsay and his thoughts on Hot Chocolate Fondant – “Whenever I’m asked for my favourite recipe, this is the one. It has a divine melting texture and the liquid centre is sublime.” This recipe happens to be one of my favourites as well. I am a huge chocolate lover and this one definitely delivers in deep-chocolate flavour, the oozing centre is my favourite part. I’ve tried countless recipes for these molten lava cakes but non have compared to this one. When I’ve made these cakes in the past the most difficult part of the recipe was slipping the cakes out of the ramekins without them falling part. You can prepare the dessert ahead of time, chill it in the fridge, and then pop in the oven for 12 minutes just before serving and enjoy (that’s the best part)! Are you planning a romantic dinner for 2? (from Gordon Ramsay Make It Easy) Serves 4 Comments (62) Leave a Reply

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