I didn’t have time to bake a cake, but I ate Portokalopita at the mall, which is why I looked for the recipe, because at some point I will reproduce it myself. It’s like baklava, it’s just as sweet, but instead of walnut and syrup pie pastry, we have phyllo with a yogurt cream and
Because it is the autumn fruit season, today we have a plum cake, a disaster that is easy to make and super delicious. 😛 Basically, we have a sponge cake that we combine with some plums. If you don’t want plums, you can use pears or other seasonal fruits. For sponge cake we need 4
Well, it should have been a sour cherry strudel. I just didn’t have the time and desire to roll out the dough, so I turned to the puff pastry supply in the freezer. It turned out to be a medium-sized, slightly burnt disaster (because of the oven, not me, lol), with some fruit and the
Plum tart, low sugar version. I used a round tray, suitable for exactly 4 servings. It is a tart with less dough and a lot of fruits, yummmy. 🙂 The dough is also half the normal amount: I made two sheets of 125g flour with 63g butter and 3 tablespoons of cold water, a pinch
Quince tart, has the smell of autumn and the taste of ginger. :))) It is also a variant with very little sugar, 1-2 tablespoons for 1 kg of fruit. The dough is also half the normal amount: I made two sheets of 125g flour with 63g butter and 3 tablespoons of cold water, a pinch
I don’t know if you made ‘papaleașcă’ aka mud as a child, it’s extremely simple: some sand, some water, mix and you’re done, you can eat! 😛 😀 A similar principle applies to this simple cake, except that instead of sand you mix what you find in the fridge. 😀 More precisely, leftover fruits and
In its native language, Biskuit-Pfirsich-Schnitten, it is a refreshing, diet cake (ok, semi, you will immediately see why: P) and slightly alcoholic. :))))) Perfect for coffee. And good for breakfast (because it’s 5 o’clock somewhere in the world anyway :D). Well, to better understand, this cake has no added sugar, but it is disastrously sweet.