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A cake kiss

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A cake kiss

Preparation steps

  • Beat eggs with an ax into solid cream, add walnuts and flour and cocoa. Bake at 200 degrees. The same is repeated with the next 2 crusts.
  • CREAMS Heat the milk and melt the chocolate in it, stirring until it thickens, then twitch to cool. When it is cooled, cook the egg yolks on steam with 100 g of powdered ax at moderate temperatures. When it is ready to cool, steam the walnuts with 100 g of boiled milk with 3 tablespoons of an ax and leave it to cool. Whisk the margarine with 100 g of powdered ax, then add the egg yolk cream, then the chocolate filling and finally the steamed walnuts. We connect nicely.
  • ASSEMBLY. We cut the crust one layer fil, puslice, thin layer fil, crust, fil, puslice, thin layer fil and crust from above

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