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Super Easy Choc Cake
10 ½ oz good quality choc (For Pesach best to use ménage choc but all year round I either use just green and blacks or mix Green and Blacks with ménage. Just depends on how chocolaty you like it.)
10 oz caster sugar
5 ½ oz marge
Melt choc, marge and sugar together in the microwave or over a pan of hot water.
Beat eggs with fork and fold into choc mixture
Put in a greased and lined loose bottom tin
Bake for 35 -40 mins on 180
Chocolate Coconut Kisses
2 egg whites
4oz icing sugar
4oz desiccated coconut
½ oz vanilla sugar
4oz plain chocolate (chopped or chocolate buttons)
Whisk whites to soft peaks. Slowly whisk in icing sugar and vanilla sugar untill stiff.
Fold in coconut and chocolate
Fill paper cases 2/3 full.
Bake 180 degrees (350f or gas 4) approx. 15 – 20 minutes
Super simple chicken
For 6-8 portions
Apricot Jam – 4 tablespoons
Onion soup mix 2-3 tbsp
Orange juice – 2 floz of orange juice
Mix the apricot jam with the onion soup mix. Then add the orange juice. It should be like a thick sauce (a little runny).
Put it in the oven on 180 for approx. 30 mins covered and then 30 mins uncovered depending on size of chicken pieces. If you are making it for Seder night then cover the chicken tightly for the full hour.