Earlier this month, Ama launched a new challenge in the blogosphere. A secret challenge, which I really liked. Each registered blog receives (secretly, obviously!) The name of another registered blog. Everyone will have to visit the blog received and choose a recipe, which they will have to try, then publish it on the blog, quoting the blog they were inspired by.
This month I received Andreea Alina's blog, At my mother's house , where… "It smells enticing, you don't miss it because it's always with you, everything is specially prepared… like at my mother's house." as the author says.
I really liked Grandma's Cake – Crescent . A simple and fast cake , with a fluffy and delicious result.
- 4 eggs
- 150 g sugar
- 150 ml oil
- 200 g flour
- 1 baking powder
- orange peel (powder)
- 150 g large ground walnuts for sprinkling on top
Preparation Grandma's cake – Crescent:
Eggs are mixed with a pinch of salt until they turn white and double in volume. Add the sugar mixed with the orange powder and mix until the composition becomes like a cream. Then pour the oil little by little, stirring constantly, and finally the flour mixed with baking powder.
The obtained composition is poured into a tray (25/35 cm) lined with baking paper. Sprinkle ground walnuts on top, spreading evenly over the entire surface. Put the tray in the oven over medium heat, for about half an hour, until the top comes off the edges of the tray and is lightly browned.
Allow to cool well, then cut into a crescent shape with a glass.