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   Orange-Chocolate Torte

        

     14 ea graham crackers (about 14)

      1 c  walnuts

      3 ea egg whites

    1/4 t  cream of tartar

      1 c  sugar (c&h)

      1 t  orange peel,grated

    1/2 c  semi-sweet chocolate pieces

           **glaze**

    1/4 c  semi-sweet chocolate

    1/4 c  milk chocolate pieces

    1/4 c  sour cream

      1 t  orange extract

Butter a 9" springform pan; set aside.  Preheat oven to 350. In a

blender, pulverize enough graham crackers to make 1 cup of fine crumbs.

Remove from blender; set aside.  Pulverize nuts into fine crumbs; set

aside.

 

In a medium mixing bowl, beat egg whites and cream of tartar until

foamy.  Gradually add sugar, beating until stiff and glossy.  Fold in

graham cracker crumbs, walnut crumbs, and orange peel, then chocolate

pieces.  Bake 25 to 30 minutes.  Cool in pan.  Remove from pan.

Prepare Orange-Chocolate Glaze.  Spread on cooled torte, letting excess

drip down sides.

 

Glaze:  In microwave melt the chocolate and chocolate pieces.  Then add

the sour cream and the orange extract.

 

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