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October 30, 2008

No Cook Biscuits-Coco-Cake

Ethnicity Indian

Type of Meal Teatime, Party, Festive, Brunch

Type of Dish Pastries and Cakes, Desserts, Baked

Main Ingredients Biscuits, Cocoa , Butter, Sugar (Cheeni)

350 gm glucose biscuits
1/2 cup drinking chocolate
1/4 cup icing sugar
1/8 cup Coca powder
1/2 tsp vanilla essence
1/2 cup butter (unsalted
1 cup milk
6" x 5" (approx) tray to make the cake
7" x 6" sheet of butter paper


Make fine crumbs of 2-3 biscuits in a mixie keep aside.
Sieve together the dry powder ingredients twice.
Beat butter till soft in a bowl.
Add sieved mix spoon by spoon to butter and mix well.
Beat again till shiny and light.
Add essence and mix well.
Keep aside.
Take milk in a shallow plate.
Spread the butter paper sheet in the tray.
Sprinkle a little of the crumbs all over it.
Take six biscuits.
Dip one by one in the milk for a few second and place on sheet side by side.
They should form a rectangle.
Spread a layer of chocolate mixture carefully over the biscuits with a knife.
Sprinkle some crubs over it.
Repeat the biscuit, coco, crumbs layers till all the biscuits are used up.
Cover the cake on top and sides with remaining.
Decorate with either white or chocolate icing as for sponge cakes and glace cherries or strawberries, you may even use chocolate nuggets, etc.
Chill for 2 hour before serving in the fridge.

Serves 8
Making Time 1/2 hour (excl setting time)
Shelf life 2 weeks (in the fridge)

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