Most recently, we’re talking about sweet dishes, cooking parfait. And when is winter outside and closer and closer is Christmas with all that gift fever and with them a great cozy home mood when you are watching a good movie under a warm blanket with a cup of cocoa.
And here you are really need a slice of cake. So fragrant and attractive.
Today I’ll tell you about the recipe, which Sergey Borodkin, Pastry Chef from Israel told me.
It is very simple and you do not have to watch your oven for a few hours and also to monitor the dough and spend half a day on it.
- Flour - 140 g
- Semolina - 240 g
- Coconut - 100 g
- Baking powder - 25g
- Orange juice - 350 g
- Corn oil - 240 g
- The eggs - 5 pcs
- Pistachio - 60 g
- Water - 150 g
- Orange juice - 150 g
- Sugar - 200 g
- Pour oil into the eggs and orange juice, mix well and enter the dry ingredients.
- Mix all until smooth, distribute it in a muffin forms, sprinkle not roasted pistachios.
- Bake at 175 degrees until golden brown 20-25 minutes.
- Brew syrup and pour plenty of hot, get cool.
In general, the first cake appeared in Rome, when a barley mash was mixed with pomegranate, walnuts and raisins. And the word cake appeared in the Middle Ages, when put together, “fruit”, from the Latin Fructus and French Frui and “cake”, from the Old Norse Kaka and English kechel.
And it can be attributed to the versatile dishes that have been transformed in different countries under national factors. For example, in Romania, cakes are baked only for major holidays, as Christmas or Easter. In Switzerland, the traditional cake is called pear bread. It is very light and always sweet, stuffing is used in a lot of fruits and nuts. And in the Bahamas, fruits and nuts, designed for filling, aged in rum for 2-3 months! And the same rum poured over the finished cake.
And according to the Guinness Book of Records, the largest cake in the whole history of the world have baked in South Africa. In its cooking took four days.