“Curly Top” Cake. Kräsupea kook

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).

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krasupea1(10)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.


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  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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Simple and delicious cake

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Curly Top Cake. Kräsupea kook

Ingredients

  • 4 eggs
  • 4 dl sugar
  • 6 dl flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 3 tablespoon cacao
  • 400 g sour cream (Smetana, creme fraiche, Greece yoghurt)
  • For cream

  • 1 kg sour cream
  • For decoration melted chocolate or, as originally:

  • 2 tablespoon cacao
  • 2 tablespoon sugar
  • hot water

Directions

  1. Mix together whipped eggs, sugar, flour and baking soda. Add sour cream.
  2. Split dough in to two parts
  3. Bake one part in the oven at 180C for  25-30 minutes
  4. In to the second part of dough add cacao, mix well. Bake at oven 180 C  for 25 minutes.
  5. Cool down.
  6. Cut light biscuit in to the 1,5 x 1,5 cm cubes and mix with sour cream
  7. The bottom layer is  half of the brown biscuit,
  8. cover with sour cream mixed light biscuit cubes.

    And on to the up put the second half of the brown bisquit

  9. For cream. Mix together cacao and sugar and add as much hot water to get fluid consistent. Pour cake over
  10. Leave in the fridge overnight to set.

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21 comments on ““Curly Top” Cake. Kräsupea kook”

  1. Amazing looking cake! I absolutely love smetana and I would love to taste a cake that has so much of it in it! And how interesting to chop the biscuit and mix it with the sour cream, I don’t think I have seen such a recipe before.

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