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10093 No. 10093 [Edit]
What sort of cake should I make this week?

Cakes I've made in the past:
-Swiss roll
-Apple cake
-Prune cake
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>> No. 10095 [Edit]
He already made apple. It should be Guava!
>> No. 10096 [Edit]
Damn yeah, guava would've been pretty nice, my old house had a tree. Sadly, I moved.
>> No. 10097 [Edit]
Carrot cake is great!
>> No. 10098 [Edit]
My vote goes to carrot cake as well. Carrot cake + chocolate is Haruhilike.
>> No. 10100 [Edit]
I like corn cake and manioc cake. Lots of these are sold around here, however, so my laziness has never allowed me to bake one. A banana cake is good too, and I've baked one actually. It wasn't tasty at all, though, since I suck at anything related to cooking.
>> No. 10101 [Edit]
Hmm, manoic cake huh? My mother made that for me once I was a kid! I would never have known it was called that unless you mentioned it.
>> No. 10104 [Edit]
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I also vote for carrot cake.
>> No. 10106 [Edit]
banana cake, fuck carrot cake seriously
>> No. 10107 [Edit]
Though banana pie is infinitely better, banana cake is nice too.
>> No. 10113 [Edit]
Man, now I want cake
>> No. 10149 [Edit]
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Cheese lemon custard chiffon pie
>> No. 10876 [Edit]
I'm bringing this thread back. Make the new official cake of /tc/ - German Apple Cake.

Add walnuts and add a bit of extra cinnamon, a dash of allspice and a dash of nutmeg.

link to recipe: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/german-apple-cake-i/detail.aspx
>> No. 10878 [Edit]
OP here. Sorry everyone I wanted to make a cool carrot cake for you all to gawk at but I don't even have the energy to eat anymore let alone make a cake.
>> No. 10899 [Edit]
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This is time sensitive.

Give me an easy recipe that uses mochigome (Mochi rice, not mochiko flour). Ihave a pot, a spice mill and that's pretty much it.
>> No. 10901 [Edit]

I now have Type 2 Diabetes.
>> No. 10902 [Edit]
We all have now.
>> No. 11791 [Edit]
This is a recipe that my grandmother gave to me. Supposedly it is supposed to be a secret, and can only be memorised. It's actually quite simple. Supposedly I'm the only living family member who knows this recipe. It's a delicate butter cookie with a savoury taste.

You need:
Cookie Press
Two baking pans, ungreased, or with light coating of cooking spray

1 cup butter
2/3 cup sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon almond or vanilla extract, or 1/2 teaspoon rum extract and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour.

Mix butter, sugar, egg, and flavoring until they're thoroughly mixed. Add flour to this mix, and mix together. While I suggest using an electric mixer, a low setting is suggested for working in the flour.

When the mix is ready, it should be pliable, pretty thick, but not crumbly or uneven. Using a quarter of the mix at a time, push it through the cookie press (using any design you want). You can even just take a bit of the mix and form it with your hands into a shape, but this isn't really elegant.

Once you fill a baking pan, put it in the oven for around 7 minutes, don't exceed ten. You want the cookies to set, but not turn brown. The cookies shouldn't change colour from the mix. If they do, it should be a little tinge of golden colour.

If you're industrious, you can form the next batch of cookies while the first batch is baking, and then swap out the batches.

You can add colored sugar to the tops of the cookies to make them look nice. I usually use green and red since I bake them around Christmas. You can also add food coloring to the mix and make different coloured cookies.
>> No. 11796 [Edit]
Nice, I'll try it. I was thinking of making butter cookies anyway.
>> No. 11812 [Edit]
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I made a Swiss roll with home made raspberry jam a couple of days ago.
Are you just looking for cakes?
If not I suggest a typical Dutch/Flemish kind of food called smoutebollen.
It's almost the time of year we make them to sacrifice to one of our local evil spirits (she used to be a Haruhidess but then Christianity happened).

-1/2 a cup of milk
-1/2 a table spoon of dry active yeast
-2 cups of all-purpose flour
-1 teaspoon of salt
-1 tablespoon of sugar
-1 egg
-3/4 cup of larger (you can use any kind of beer or even brandy if you prefer).
-2 tablespoons of molten butter
-2 egg whites, beaten to soft peaks (like when you make meringue)
- powdered sugar

-1 or 2 peeled, cored and sliced apples

Warm up the milk in a saucepan until lukewarm, sprinkle in the dried yeast and set it aside so the yeast can dissolve.
Sift the flower and salt into a bowl, make a hole in the center and add the egg (not the egg-whites), the milk and half of the beer.
Stir with a wooden spoon, gradually draw in the flour from the sides of the hole.
When you have a smooth paste stir in the molten butter and the other half of the beer.
Add the egg whites, stir them in gently.
Cover the bowl and let the batter rise for an hour.

Heat up your deep frier to about 190-200 degrees C.
If you don't have a deep frier just put vegetable oil in a large pot that's suitable for deep frying.
Drop in a large table spoonful of batter into the hot oil and cook until golden-brown.
Sprinkle them with powdered sugar and they're ready to eat.

If you want to try them with the apples, just dip the apple slices into the batter until they're completely covered.

Remember to put some of them in a bowl outside on the night of January the 5th so Percht can't gut you.
>> No. 11823 [Edit]
It was a long time ago since I made this thread, but sure, anything dough-related that you bake is cool. I would've tried your recipe if it didn't involve yeast (dont know where to get it dont know how to use it)

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