Who does not like chocolate cake ??? Try out this refreshing cake using bananas which give the cake moisture and a subtle taste. It is very moist and fudgy and taste best the next day !!
Nobody likes to eat those blackened bananas , atleast that is the case in my house. Those bananas are great to be used in baking cakes or some south indian dosas. This chocolate cake was a hit in my house and those black bananas disguised itself into this luscious cake.The cake was very moist and flavourful. I have used a very basic chocolate coating and decorated it with physalis. Yes, I had never seen this fruit before and I was quite reluctant to try it. But its not all that bad to taste. Its a small fruit and has a little sweet/bitter taste to it.
Some background on Physalis : Physalis, also known as the Cape Gooseberry or Ground-cherry, is native to Central and South America. It is related to the tomato, not at all related to the gooseberry. The fruit is a small round berry, about the size of a marble, full of small seeds. It is bright yellow when ripe, and very sweet, making it ideal for baking into pies and making jam. It is a great source of Calcium, Iron, Vitamin A and C. It has just 53 calories per 100 gms , which makes it a ideal snack. It is eaten when the fruit turns fully yellow.
Have a great chocolate filled sweet weekend !!
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