Saturday, January 31, 2009
Muffin isn't a typical Hungarian specialty, but nowadays it's a very popular easily prep-able dessert in Hungary.
2 egg, 3/4 cup sugar, 2 cup flour, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon baking soda, broken chocolate, 1/2 deciliter milk, 2 banana
1. Mix the ingredients (except banana and broken chocolate)
2. Finally carefully add the broken chocolate and the sliced bananas
3. Bake at 200 Celsius preheated oven for 15-20 minutes.
Sunday, January 25, 2009
My husband, Vitya celebrated his 34th birthday yesterday. For this occasion I've surprised him with this wonderful and delicious "double decker" cake. :) (baked by me : ) He liked it, hope you like it too!
The recipe is very simple!
400 g flour
50o g sugar
8 tbs hot water
juice of a half lemon
1 tsp baking powder
500 g mascarpone cheese
icing sugar(to taste)
1 little pack frozen red fruits (strawberry, raspberry, etc.)
I. Bake the cake layers:
1. Mix yolks with sugar, add the 8 tbs water and mix.
2. Add the lemon juice, the flour and the baking powder and mix well.
3. Add the whipped white of eggs. Then put the mass into two different size cake forms.
4. Both of them bake at 180 Celsius preheated oven, for 25-30 minutes.
II. Create the creams:
1. Prepare vanilla pudding.
2. Defrost the fruits and liquidize and mix with the mascarpone cheese to create a smooth cream. (If necessary evaporate with little instant vanilla pudding) and add icing sugar to taste.
III. Create and decorate the cake!
1. If the first cake is lukewarm, cut half the cake, smear the layers with vanilla cream (or vanilla pudding) and sprinkle with almond shavings on the top.
2. If the second and smaller cake is also lukewarm cut half and smear the layers with the mascarpone-fruits cream and decorate on the top.
3. Assemble the whole cake and decorate with fruits.
Thursday, January 22, 2009
I know I'm late, but I wish all of my readers a happy new year!
Thanks for your visiting and I hope all of you will keep reading my blog this year :)
And now I would like to share with you my New Year's Eve recommendation (yes I know I'm late, but I hope you don't want to wait until next New Year's Eve to try my "virslis hasé" recipie :)
1. Let frozen puff (flaky ? ) pastry defrost for about 2 hours before you roll it out.
2. Roll it out the pastry and smear with ketchup or mustard.
3. Cut little rectangles and stuff with virsli (Vienna sausage) pieces and roll up.
4. The top smear with yolk of egg and sprinkle with ground cheese.
5. Use greaseproof paper and place the "hasé" forms into the tin.
6. Bake at 200 Celsius preheated oven, for 10-15 minutes.