"Vrindavan" Cake - Step By Step Recipe With Photo
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2023 Author: Kimberly Farrell | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:15
This cake belongs to the Vedic cuisine and is named after the city of Vrindavan in India. Its recipe was developed by the Hare Krishnas. The cake turns out to be hearty, with a very interesting layer and delicate cream.
You will need high quality condensed milk to make this cake. The taste of the cake directly depends on its quality. It is advisable to soak dried apricots in cold water for 15 minutes in order to wash off the substances with which they are usually processed. If you can't get honey, make regular sugar syrup for soaking. You can decorate the cake to your taste, but only with natural products.
Purpose: On the banquet table
Main ingredient: Flour
Dish: Baking / Cakes / Sweet
Cuisine geography: Indian / Eastern
- Condensed milk - 185 Grams
- Milk - 100 Milliliters
- Flour - 150 Grams
- Soda - 1/2 Teaspoon
- Lemon juice - 1 teaspoon
- Butter - 150 Grams
- Condensed milk boiled - 200 grams
- Walnuts - 70 grams (peeled)
- Dried apricots - 100 Grams
- Honey - 40 Grams
- Water - 50 Milliliters
- Sugar - 2 Tbsp. spoons
How to make "Vrindavan Cake"
Prepare all the necessary ingredients for making the Vrindavan cake. Turn on the oven to preheat to 180 degrees. Put the condensed milk in a bowl and pour in the milk, stir until smooth. Sift flour through a sieve into a bowl of milk mass. Stir until smooth. It should be like thick sour cream. Pour baking soda into a spoon, pour in lemon juice, and extinguish it. Pour it into the dough and stir until smooth. Pour the dough into a 20-centimeter diameter pan and flatten the top.