Happy birthday to all those who today celebrate their name day. Health and luck!
Today I share with you a delicious and consistent cake recipe, as if there has been too much chocolate missing from the blog lately. :)))
200 g sugar
200 ml whipped cream
100 g butter
100 g fried walnut kernels
1 (large) wafer sheet
The sugar is caramelized. Set aside and pour the whipping cream (watch out for steam!) Put it back on the fire and stir continuously until the caramel melts and the composition begins to thicken, then add the butter. Stirring constantly, boil until the caramel reaches the desired consistency. Remove from the heat, add the fried walnut kernels, peeled and broken by hand.
Cut the wafer sheet into 2. Pour the warm caramel on a piece of wafer, level and cover with the other piece of wafer. Let it cool.
100 g sugar
5 tablespoons flour
3 tablespoons oil
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon vanilla sugar
Beat the egg whites with a pinch of salt, then add the sugar and vanilla sugar and mix until you get a strong foam like meringue. Pour the oil over the yolks and mix. Pour over the egg white foam and mix gently. Flour mixed with baking powder, lightly incorporate it into the composition, mixing with a spatula with movements from bottom to top.
Pour the composition into a tray (the one on the stove) lined with baking paper and put in the oven over medium heat, until lightly browned on top. Remove to a grill and leave to cool, then cut into 2 sheets, the size of a wafer sheet.
For the cream:
200 g dark chocolate
200 ml whipped cream
1 tablespoon whiskey
We melt the broken chocolate pieces over a low heat together with the whipped cream. When it reaches the boiling point, set it aside and mix well. Refrigerate until well cooled and hardened. Mix the cream until it becomes firm and fluffy. At the end we flavored with 1 tablespoon of whiskey.
Pour half of the chocolate cream over the pandispan sheet, put the caramel sheets, the other half of the chocolate cream and cover with the second pandispan sheet.
Let it cool until it hardens, then portion as desired.