Father’s Day in Estonia is always celebrated and observed on Second Sunday of November each year. So, Happy Fathers Day!!!
And lets bake one cake for all fathers 🙂
This is “retro” cake. A sour cream layer cake with a topping made from chunks of white cake mixed with sour cream that looks like a curly hairdo (kräsupea). This cake from times, when in stores were nothing.
My cake look very decent 🙂 ( to get better photo 🙂 ). I did not made last layer from cake cubes but as usual layer.
For lazy people tip: you can use just cookies and do not waste time for baking layers.
For better result leave cake to set overnight.
Simple and delicious cake
- 4 eggs
- 4 dl sugar
- 6 dl flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 3 tablespoon cacao
- 400 g sour cream (Smetana, creme fraiche, Greece yoghurt)
- 1 kg sour cream
- 2 tablespoon cacao
- 2 tablespoon sugar
- hot water
For decoration melted chocolate or, as originally:
- Mix together whipped eggs, sugar, flour and baking soda. Add sour cream.
- Split dough in to two parts
- Bake one part in the oven at 180C for 25-30 minutes
- In to the second part of dough add cacao, mix well. Bake at oven 180 C for 25 minutes.
- Cool down.
- Cut light biscuit in to the 1,5 x 1,5 cm cubes and mix with sour cream
- The bottom layer is half of the brown biscuit, cover with sour cream mixed light biscuit cubes.
- For cream. Mix together cacao and sugar and add as much hot water to get fluid consistent. Pour cake over
- Leave in the fridge overnight to set.
And on to the up put the second half of the brown bisquit