St. Patrick’s cake

There is a magical green powder matcha which can change the color of your cake.
If you want to bake the perfect green cake on St. Patrick’s Day just take a few spoonfuls of matcha and the recipe below.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day 🙂

Ingredience :

1 glass of sugar                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1 and 1/2 glass flour
1 glass of milk with soya or almonds
1/2 glass of oil
the spoon baking powder and baking soda
6 spoons of matcha

Ingredients for buttercream:

2 glass of milk

5 spoons potato flour

4 spoons of matcha

1 margarine

 

Recipe

Buttercream:

1 Mix thoroughly 1 glass of milk, potato flour and matcha

2 Boil the remaining milk.

3 When the milk in a saucepan start to bubble, pour mixture from ferst glass. All the time accurately and with vigorous stirring and boil again.

4 Reduce the heat and continue slowly, stirring, constantly. cook the pudding until the desire consistency.

5 Cool pudding mix with margarine.

Sponge Cake:

1 Sift the flour, matcha, baking powder and soda. Added sugar, milk and oil. Mix like this until you have a smooth mixture.

2 Bake 40 -50 minutes at 180 degrees.

3 Slice the cake into 3 layers.

4 Spread a buttercream each of the three layers and on the top.

Bon Appetit 🙂

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27 komentarzy

    1. This cake is dairy free and egg-free, but I use regular wheat flour.
      If you want to bake gluten-free you can use amaranth flour, add two tablespoons of potato flour
      and one tablespoon of ground flax seed.
      Dough without gluten have a more loose consistency ( fragile) so it is better to divide the dough into two portions
      and bake in two molds 🙂

    1. If you want to bake gluten-free you can use amaranth flour, add two tablespoons of potato flour and one tablespoon of ground flax seed.
      Dough without gluten have a more loose consistency ( fragile) so it is better to divide the dough into two portions
      and bake in two molds 🙂

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