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       Title: Chocolate Hazelnut Surprise Cake
  Categories: Cheesecakes, Chocolate
       Yield: 1 servings
       1 c  Plus 12 whole hazelnuts
     3/4 c  Plus 1 tablespoon sugar
            Oil and flour for pan
       2 lg Eggs
       2    Egg whites
     3/4 c  Mild-flavored vegetable oil
     1/4 c  Strong brewed espresso
       1 ts Vanilla extract
     3/4 c  All-purpose flour
     1/2 c  Unsweetened cocoa powder
            A pinch of salt
     1/4 c  Seedless raspberry jam
       1    Raspberries for garnish
      Preheat oven to 350. Spread hazelnuts on baking pan and
   heat until skins cracked and nuts are toasted. Transfer to
   wire mesh strainer and protecting your hand with a
   potholder and holding strainer over a bowl or sink, rub
   nuts briskly to remove skins and cool. Set aside 12
   hazelnuts, coarsely chop and reserve for garnish. Finely
   chop remaining hazelnuts in food processor with 1
   tablespoon of sugar and set aside.
      Lightly oil and flour a 10 inch springform pan. Shake
   out excess flour. Beat whole eggs and egg whites in large
   mixing bowl until frothy. Gradually beat in remaining 3/4
   cup sugar. Continue beating until mixture is pale yellow in
   color. At lowest speed, beat in oil in slow, steady stream.
   Add coffee and vanilla. Stir flour, cocoa powder and salt
   together in a large bowl. Stir in the finely chopped
   hazelnut-sugar mixture. Add egg mixture and gently fold
   until thoroughly blended. Pour into prepared pan.
      Bake until edges pull away from sides of pan and center
   is firm to the touch, about 35 minutes. Cool on wire rack
   30 minutes. In a small saucepan, heat raspberry jam on low
   heat until melted and smooth. Spread in smooth, even layer
   on top of cake. Let stand until cake is thoroughly cooled
   and jam is set. Loosen sides of cake with small spatula.
   Remove sides of pan and slide cake onto serving platter.
   Decorate top with border of reserved chopped hazelnuts and
   evenly spaced raspberries. Serve in thin wedges.