The recipe for my favorite chocolate pie, which really aids with fasting, is what I’d want to share with you today. I frequently make it because. Daughter practices vegetarianism.
The pie turns out to be affordable thanks to the supplies that most housewives often keep on hand. Such a pie is made without dairy products, eggs, or butter, yet it nevertheless tastes delicious and has a deep chocolate flavor.
Flour – 1.5 stacks, I have a glass of 250 ml
4 tbsp – Cocoa
200 g – Sugar
50 ml – Vegetable oil
200 ml – Water
Soda – 1 tsp (quench with vinegar)
1 chip – Salt
Vanillin – to taste, and at will, most often I do not put it
1 tsp – instant coffee
I’ll start by combining all the dry ingredients, including the flour, cocoa, sugar, salt, and vanillin (if you decide to add it)
Then I’ll make coffee by dissolving 1 teaspoon of coffee in 20 milliliters of boiling water and letting it cool.
I then make the dough.
I combine the dry ingredients with water, vegetable oil, and cooled coffee.
I don’t add vanillin since my kid doesn’t enjoy it; instead, I use 1 tsp. citrus zest Although adding zest is optional, if you also enjoy the flavor contrast of chocolate and citrus fruits, I advise doing as I say and doing so.
I thoroughly combine everything, and the dough comes out uniform, like pancake batter.
Every form is acceptable. I employ ceramic.
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