Swedish cake base – tårtbotten. And that is the base, it is a super simple base but very tasty. Then you can fill it with whatever you like. I remember my mum using mashed bananas which is nice if you like banana, cream mixed with fresh berries or homemade jam (or indeed.
Såhär gör jag anslag/tårtbotten efter Jan Hedhs recept. Jag kunde nog ha vispat sockret och äggen lite längre dock. Melt chocolate bar and butter using double boiler until well combined. You can have Swedish cake base – tårtbotten using 5 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Swedish cake base – tårtbotten
- It’s 4 of eggs.
- It’s 180 g (2 dl) of sugar.
- It’s 75 g (1 dl) of potato flour.
- You need 60 g (1 dl) of all purpose flour.
- Prepare 1 tsp of baking powder.
Add sugar and stir well until chilled. Här är en tårtbotten som uppfyller precis alla de nämnda kraven. Den ska vara enkel att baka, bli lätt, luftig och lagom söt. Dessutom villigt låta sig delas, utan att smula eller gå sönder, därefter fyllas och dekoreras.
Swedish cake base – tårtbotten instructions
- Preheat the oven to 175 deg Celsius.
- In a pan, mix egg and sugar. Put it on a low heat, and heat it until luke warm..
- Transfer the egg+sugar batter to mixer bowl. Using a high speed mixer, whisk for about 10 minutes or until it pale and airy.
- Shift all the rest of the ingredients (potato flour, all purpose flour and baking powder) to the batter..
- Fold it until well combined. And don't over mixed it..
- Put it on a baking pan, that has baking paper on the bottom only..
- Bake it for about 30 minutes. Do toothpick test..
- Once it off from the oven, directly knive the sides and take it out from the pan. Put it on the cooling rack upside down. You can slice/divide the cake to make it layers cake or bake it separately into batches..
- If you decide to bake it on batches, divide the the ingredients into 2 or 3 baking pans, reduce the baking time to about 20-25 minutes..
Most bakeries in Sweden produces its own version, A classic Swedish princess cake is covered in green marzipan. It has three layers of fatless But Today I decided to make the Classic Swedish Princess Cake version! So, no mascarpone cream, no fruits, no bananas and no dark chocolate in this. Swedish pancakes are also traditionally served with jam (lingonberry or strawberry) and whipped cream, although these days, anything goes. Opt for fresh fruit or your usual maple syrup, if you prefer.