14 July 2018

Raspberry Sachetorte ( Sachetorte con frambuesas)







About a month ago  was the twins' birthday  and I made this Sache torte with raspberries.
I love the traditional Sachetorte with apricots jam but this was awesome)
The twins (Gerardo y Esperanza)  love chocolate. It was their birthday so it had to be what they wanted.

I made this Sache Torte from that little book that I have in my kindle library: The European Cake cookbook.
I have to say: all the cakes I have made of this book are wonderful.  (You can find in Amazon)

This cake  can be made with fresh or frozen raspberries, everything depends on the season of the year.


Adapted from : The European Cake cookbook

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Ingredients 

For cake
200 grams semi sweet chocolate chips
1/2 cup butter (113 g) softened
1/2 cup (63 g) confectioners' sugar
6 eggs separated
1 cup (125 g) all purpose flour
1/4 tesp salt
1/2 cup sugar

Filling

3/4 cup raspberry preserves
2 tablespoons raspberry liqueur

For ganache
1/2 cup (120 ml)  heavy cream
1 cup (175 g) semi sweet chocolate chips

For garnish

1/2 cup (90 g) white chocolate melted
fresh or frozen raspberries



Method

Preheat the oven to 170°C (335 °F) a nd line a 23 cm (9 inch) springform pan with parchment paper and grease the sides.

Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave or over a double boiler.
Meanwhile cream together the butter and confectioner's sugar
Add the yolks one at a time and mix well after each addition. Pour in the melted chocolate and sift flour and salt, then mix all the ingredients together throughly.

In a separate bowl whisk together the egg whites and sugar until stiff and glossy peaks form. Transfer 1/3 of the meringue into the chocolate batter, folding gently but throughly. Then add the remaining meringue, folding and mixing to a uniform batter.
Transfer the batter into the prepared springform pan and smooth the top with a spatula. Bake in the preheated oven for 35 to 40 minutes or until the top is set. Remove the cake from the oven and cool it in the pan first, then transfer onto a wire rack to cool completely. Once the cake has cooled use a long serrated knife to level off the top and split the cake in half.

Prepare the raspberry filling : combine the raspberry preseve and liqueur. Spread the preserves over the first cake layer then top with the second layer.

Prepare the chocolate ganache: heat the heavy cream until steaming hot, the pour over the chocolate chips arranged in a mixing bowl. Allow the mixture to stand for a few minutes then stir until the ganache is smooth. Arrange the cake over a wire rack and pour the ganache over the top and sides.

Garnish with melted white chocolate and fresh or frozen  raspberries.



Adapted from: The European Cake cookbook


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82 comments:

  1. Amazing!!!! I'm sure they have loved this cake!!!!

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  2. Chocolate and berries are the best friends! The cake looks amazing, Gloria.

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  3. woow cake looks very tasty

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  4. Wow meravigliosa e golosa 😍😍❤❤

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  5. What a stunning cake!!! It sounds delicious, too!!

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  6. Berries are a win. So are little books from kindle!

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    1. Thanks Pat. Yes I have a Kindle Library and I have some books of you :)

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  7. It's gorgeous:) Happy belated bday to your twins Gloria:)

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  8. belated happy birthday to the twins,, this looks divine! Yum! I visit quite often but haven't commented,, I really enjoy following you!

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    1. Thanks Laurie !!
      Thanks by visit me !

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  9. Sai che mi piace l'idea dei lamponi? io adoro i lamponi e trovo che siano favolosi con il cioccolato. Mi ispira anche di più della versione alle albicocche che io trovo forse un po' dolce

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    1. Im agree Elena.I love albicocche but this recipe with lamponi was delicious ! Un abbraccio

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  10. For some reason, sachertorte has always appealed to me. I guess just the simply, yet chocolately goodness of it. So pretty.

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  11. Yum, yum, yum!!! And happy birthday to the twins! How old? The triplets are 24. Oh my.

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    1. Thanks Betsy, Yes I remember the twins are 24 now OMYGOD!
      Sometimes still I feel they are more little (still theylove Pokemon, play in the computer and cel, and see again and again Juzaric Park !

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  12. Cakes with strawberries ate my favourite ones,yum☺

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  13. Ma è fantastica con i lamponi!!!! Bravissima :)
    Un bacio e buona settimana

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  14. Oh WOW...this looks SO impressive!!
    I have seen recipes for sachertorte before, but none as stunning as yours.
    I will be going out this afternoon and buying the ingredients...😊😊
    Thank you so much for sharing this!

    Much love and hugs

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  15. Golosissima alternativa, che golosità questa torta!

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  16. La tua variante coi lamponi mi piace tantissimo!!!
    Baci

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  17. I swear, Gloria, I can gain weight just reading your blog! ;-)

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    1. nahhh ! You know is all virtual :)

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  18. Oh Gloria, we had this cake when in Austria a couple of month ago...and yes, I would love to try to bake it at home...yours looks fabulous, moist and so so pretty...thank you for the recipe!
    Have a wonderful week ahead!

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    1. Thanks Juliana and Im glad you like, have a nice week too!

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  19. My, my, Gloria! It looks very delicious! I love the raspberry/chocolate combo and will be checking out the cookbook! Thanks!

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  20. Ha un aspetto davvero golosissimo :-) complimenti!

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  21. Magnifique, and so delicious ! I love !
    Bises

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  22. oh, how delicious! chocolate and raspberries go together beautifully!

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  23. Dear Gloria, I love Sachertorte but I have never tasted a raspberry version, it does sound amazing and looks very, very pretty! Happy belated birthday to your twins!
    Andrea

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    1. Thanks Andrea this version was really new for me to! xo

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  24. Gloria, That is a beautiful torte! There is nothing much tastier than chocolate and raspberries... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks so much David, how are you doing ? hugs !

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  25. Sometimes it’s good to be full when I stop by here ‘cause there ain’t nothing in my fridge that looks that good!

    www.thepulpitandthepen.com

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    1. Thanks by coming Sage, nice to see you.
      I remember the guy in rivers and who love dogs :) :)
      Hugs !

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  26. This looks so delicious.
    Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    All the best Jan

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  27. Dear Gloria, I love chocolate!!! I wish the twins a very happy and blessed birthday! The cake I am sure was a huge hit. xoxo Catherine

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  28. I am sure the twins loved this torte. It looks beautiful and delicious.

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  29. I love sacher torte! Did you know I have twins also? I always had to make two cakes!

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    1. Thanks Abbe oh ! I dontr had idea you have twins too! Two cakes ! fortunately they talk and agree what cake they want. xo

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  30. I am so far behind catching up with my blogging friends! This looks absolutely delicious, Gloria. I've not made sacher torte myself but with that delicious chocolate glaze and fresh summer fruit I need to try :) I'm sure your twin were delighted ♥♥

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    1. Thanks Susan where are you, I missed yours post, hope you have a nice tiume and thanks by coming!

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  31. I love this cake! it's wonderful!

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  32. It sounds divine! Very pretty presentation too!

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  33. I adore raspberries. I just had a bowl of fresh wild raspberries for lunch yesterday. This recipe sounds great! Beautiful pictures. :)
    ~Jess

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  34. Raspberries and chocolate are two of my favorite things Gloria! Beautiful dessert!

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  35. There is something wonderfully nostalgic about fitting two Antique Basin Taps rather than a mixer. This pair looks beautifully traditional and functional, but the warm brass is also bang on trend. Unlike a basin Antique Kitchen Taps, these sit up high, so there’s space to wash big pots and pans beneath..

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