Rosa Cooking

A cake my way

I love to knead pastries. This time I wanted to make a simple cake, without decorations. I think this was one of the most delicious I made.

A cake my way

Preparation steps

  • Heat the milk with the sugar, add the yeast. Mix the flour with the baking powder, add the yeast in the milk and all the other ingredients and knead the dough. Leave it to rise (about 1/2 hour). Knead the dough once more and put it in a greased pan. 1/2 hour. Coat with beaten egg, sprinkle with sesame, poppy and flax seeds and bake until golden brown. Pleasant!

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