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Zebra Cake

In Vox on November 29, 2008 at 8:37 pm

Zebra Cake

kg.owl uploaded this image to flickr, click the image and follow the link to the original page

You need:

– 5 eggs

– 250 g sugar

– 2 pck. vanilla sugar

– 125 ml warm water

– 250 ml sunflower oil

– 375 g plain flour

– 1 pck. baking powder

– 2 tbsp. cocoa powder

– 2 tbsp. water

– Separate eggs and beat egg white until stiff. Cream egg yolk with sugar and vanilla sugar, then merge with warm water and oil.

– Mix flour with baking powder, then fold in the egg/sugar mass

– Divide the dough into two parts, mix one part with cocoa powder and 2 tbsp. water

– Divide the beaten egg whites in two parts, add a half a time to the two halves of dough, fold in carefully

– Fill in a springform pan lined with baking paper and bake about 30 min at 160°C (circulation air) or 180°C (top/bottom heat)

(—> rubbish! leave out this step)

– Grease a springform pan and place a tablespoonful of light dough in the center of the pan, then give a spoonful of dark dough on it. Continue with another spoonful of light dough, then another spoonful of dark dough and so on until both halves of dough are used up. Don't spread the dough with a spoon, it will flow circularly by itself by the weight of each following spoonful of dough.

– Bake 50-60 min at 160°C (circulation air) or 175°C (top/bottom heat)

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  1. looks awesome!! :9

  2. this looks great. what is pck? pack? how many grams is that or tbsp?

  3. Hi,since I posted this recipe on flickr, allow me to answer your question :)pck = pack, the small sachets of vanilla sugar, baking powder etc. I guess a sachet of baking powder contains 8 gHope you'll enjoy the cake, if you like it, please let me know on flickr!cheers,kg

  4. Now that I've pretty much figured out how my old new oven works (not up to specs, frankly) I shall try this recipe. It can only burn, after all.Thanks for posting it!

  5. Looks so neat – I want to try baking up one of these!

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