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Chocolate cup cake

hi, tomorrow is rakhi a very imp festival of india ...i am sure u all are preparing something sweet for your brothers i am making choc muffins as my brother loves that ......i want to share this recipe with you
                                Melting moments             

Chocochip cup cake

makes 12

1/2 cup........white butter or fresh cream
1 tsp...........vanilla essence
3/4 cup.......powdered sugar
1 1/4 cup .....all purpose flour
1tsp............backing powder
1/3 cup milk
1 egg
1/4 cup cooking chocolate

  1. grease muffin cases or line with paper cups and grease well
  2. beat butter ,essence,sugar,flour,backing powder,milk and egg with electric mixture on low speed until combined for about 2-3 min
  3. stir in chopped chocolate
  4. divide mixture among cake cups
  5. bake in preheated oven 180oC for about 20 min insert knife into center of a cake if it comes out clean remove cakes from oven turn onto wire rack to cool
  6. serve with chocolate sauce and coffee and enjoy melting moments


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