Old-fashioned Egg Cake. Today we are making my favorite pound cake. This recipe makes a lot of cake batter so use an extra-large Bundt pan or divide it up when baking or it will. From the kitchen of One Perfect Bite.
It wasn't something that appeared on rationed tables. Old-fashioned Easter candy made with potatoes and dipped in chocolate. Tips for Making Old Fashioned Easter Egg Candy. You can have Old-fashioned Egg Cake using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Old-fashioned Egg Cake
- You need of eggs.
- You need of sugar (add more if you prefer).
- Prepare of salt.
- Prepare of all-purpose flour.
- You need of baking powder.
- It’s of oil.
- Prepare of (me: 15 gr melted butter + 20 gr oil).
To make the potatoes, peel them, dice them into even-sized cubes, and boil them until tender when pierced with a fork, then drain and allow them to cool completely before. A big thank you to Zoe who recommended I use her grandmother's egg custard recipe to use up a bunch of our fresh eggs. I don't know about you, but I LOVE, LOVE,LOVE using old recipes. Mainly because the ingredient list is simple, and I typically have all the ingredients on hand.
Old-fashioned Egg Cake step by step
- Whisk egg, sugar and salt in a high speed until foamy and thick.
- Pour dry ingredients (flour+bp) into the batter using spatula or mixer at lowest speed then add fat (oil+butter).
- Pour batter into an individual cup, fill it for about 3/4 portion.
- Pre-heat oven 180 degC. Bake cakes for about 30-40 minutes.
Beat in the eggs one at a time, then stir in the vanilla. Combine the flour, baking soda, salt and nutmeg; stir into the creamed mixture. This is a simple cake that can be the base of many last minute desserts. Frost with a favorite frosting, top with fresh or canned fruits in syrup and a dusting of confectioners' sugar or serve with ice cream or sliced with a sandwich of pudding or custard. Almond, lemon, orange or other flavorings may be.