Rosa Cooking

A cake for a loved one

My favorite surprised me in the most beautiful way, she bought a puuuuuno of sweet apricots… And I, I decided to give it back in an equally beautiful way: with this light, summery and refreshing, in short: too good cake! P.S. Now you are just wondering who is the Favorite ?! My favorite is the second name of my very good friend, mother :) :) :)

A cake for a loved one

Preparation steps

  • BISCUIT
  • Mix egg yolks, sugar, oil and grated rind of half a lemon.
  • Gradually add milk and flour sifted with baking powder.
  • Finally, lightly stir in the egg whites.
  • Bake at 160 - 170 degrees for 30 min.
  • CREAM
  • Cook apricots with sugar in a liter of water for about 10 minutes (be careful not to fall apart too much).
  • Strain, but save the water and peel the apricots.
  • Return 1/3 of the apricots to the filtered water and strain everything (it is best to use a stick mixer). Arrange the rest of the apricots on the biscuit.
  • Bring the water to a boil again and stir in the pudding (we have previously stirred the powder into a couple of tablespoons of cold water and gradually poured in and mixed quickly to avoid the formation of lumps).
  • Pour the hot cream over the biscuits.
  • Put the cooled cake in the refrigerator for a few hours.

Serving

And finally… I was thinking about what to pour over the cake. As option no. 1: classic would be whipped sweet cream; no. 2: thicken a part of the biscuit dough with flour, grate it and put it in the oven for a short time, then sprinkle it over the cake with these “crumbs”; no. 3: make a sheet / crust of whipped egg whites and sugar (as for puslice, dry in the oven) and place it over the cake; no. 4: cottage cheese mixed with a little sweet cream and sugar to taste and well worked out with a mixer into a smooth mixture… But then I decided, I won’t put anything! The biscuit is exquisite, and the apricot cream is too refreshing and I don't want to "underestimate" their taste with anything;)

Tags

apricots fruit

You might also like...

Apricot cocktail with whipped cream and anise

Apricot cocktail with whipped cream and anise

Anise is a spice with a refreshing scent that blends unusually well into an apricot cocktail. Imaginatively decorate it with whipped cream and treat your friends. Chin-chin!

Apricot strudel

Apricot strudel

Although the apple strudel is incomparably more famous, it is not only equally fine with apricots, but also a more elegant sister in the family of famous Strudelas of Austrian, German and Croatian cuisine, especially served with vanilla sauce.

Baskets with forest fruits

Baskets with forest fruits

In the variegation of birthday minions and canapes, fruit baskets are usually the first to disappear from the tray! Crispy fruit cookies cannot go unnoticed even at banquets, because every true gourmet knows how delicious and incomparable they are!

Cheese with linseed oil

Cheese with linseed oil

Haven't used flaxseed oil yet? Nothing, it's the right time. Flaxseed oil goes great with honey, and with fruit and fresh lean cow’s cheese they form a balanced meal for a healthy start to the day.

Cold milk soup

Cold milk soup

Ready for surprises? In the cold Amish soup, almost incompatible ones came together for the soup: milk, bread and chopped fruit. The fruit is of course seasonal, and with plenty of vitamins and minerals, the soup will cool you down nicely in the summer heat. The recipe was tried and adapted according to the original from Delicious Amish Recepies cookbook, Phyllis Pellman Good.

Donuts

Donuts

Ah, who will welcome those masquerades? Nothing, we will bake them before the carnival, with or without a mask, and you can join us. The recipe is traditional, with jam in a rum-scented interior.

Orange cubes

Orange cubes

If you like a little, but only the best of sweets, this refined cake is for you. Only on a plate is a holiday, and on holidays is a celebration and a pleasure.

Pork fillet with apricots in puff pastry

Pork fillet with apricots in puff pastry

You can bring this very unusual but refined dish to the festive table. Choose whether it will be an appetizer or a main course, and depending on whether or not it will have an accompaniment.