• Devil’s food cake is considered a counterpart to the white or yellow angel food cake.
  •  The dark brown batter turns a deep red/brown color when backed.
  •  Devil’s food cake is generally more moist and airy than other chocolate cakes, and often uses cocoa as opposed to chocolate for the flavor as well as coffee.
  •  Devil’s food cake was introduced in the United States in the early 20th century with the recipe in print as early as 1905.
  •  A similar cake, the red velvet cake, is closely linked to a devil’s food cake, and in some turn of the century cookbooks the two names may have been interchangeable.
  •  Devil’s food cake incorporates butter (or a substitute), egg whites, flour (while some chocolate cakes are flourless) and less egg than other chocolate cakes.

 

Check out the video below to learn how to make the best devil’s food cake:

 

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