Cream Cake. Koorekook


koorekook1 (5)Happy Woman`s Day! 🙂

This recipe I found from book by Carl Mothander (1886–1965) . He was a former Swedish reserve officer
After the first war, in 1928, Mothander settled in Estonia, as he married a Baltic German Baroness Benita von Wrangel.

Mothander was gourmet and fan of local cuisine and ingredients.
He wrote mouth-watering book ” Kulinaarsed vested”(Culinary tales/ Kulinariska kåserier, Thors Holms Förlag , Stockholm 1931), and I have been found lot of interesting old recipes.
Cream cake is one of them.

Cream Cake

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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A fresh, light cream cake

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  • 200 g sour cream
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 teaspoon flour
  • sugar, salt, lemon zest


  1. beat egg yolks and cream together into a light foam. Add flour
  2. in other bowl Beat egg whites and sugar. begin at a slow speed and gradually move up to high, until the beaters or whisk is lifted out of the egg whites, the peak will stand erect and not bend over.
  3. Mix  carefully together. Season
  4. Pour into a greased pan and bake at 180 C for 20 min

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And for all woman
Elina Nechayeva has become the winner of Eesti Laul 2018 and will represent Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon in May, with the song “La Forza”.



12 comments on “Cream Cake. Koorekook”

  1. Elina has a lovely voice. It’s very mystical, and mesmerizing. Love the light play. I listened to the other artists too. Although they are all talented, she has a special something, range I’m thinking!

    You’ve baked Mothander’s cake recipe into a delicate looking treat. It reminds me of French Flan. Your presentation makes it even more inviting. Yum yum.

    Thanks for sharing!


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