Layered cake with dulce de leche

Submitted by enr on 07 Jan 2014
# For the base:
3 eggs
150 g sugar
180 g ground walnuts
20 g breadcrumbs
1 vanilla
# For the cream:
400 g Dulce de leche
1 pm .ch. liquid unsweetened cream
1 vanilla
# For glaze:
100 g liquid unsweetened cream
100 g dark chocolate
20 g butter
candied or caramelized nuts for decoration
raisins for decoration
Layered cake with dulce de leche
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For the base, beat the egg yolks with half the sugar. Separately, beat the egg whites. As harden gradually add remaining sugar as you continue beating until soft receive tips. The walnuts mix with vanilla and breadcrumbs. Start to add the yolks of the walnuts and slain egg whites alternatively. Pour the dough in a baking dish covered with baking paper. Bake the base in a preheated 180C oven for about 20 minutes. For the cream mix caramelized milk and mix well with previously broken too thick cream and vanilla. When mixing do not use mixer to not dilute the cream. Try and if necessary add a little sugar to taste. For the glaze, heat together the cream, the chocolate and the butter. Stir until everything is melted and get a smooth cream. If you want more glaze increased quantities. Assemble the cake as the base to apply cream with dulce de leche. Place the cake in the refrigerator to cool the cream well. Then smooth and pour glaze while still slightly warm. Garnish the cake with candied nuts and raisins.
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07 Jan 2014


Along with cake Dynasty, again by the same author, Yoli, this is one of the most delicious cakes! Cake for the birthday of my mother in law.

I am pleasantly surprised that the cake is published today in this site. I made it for today's name day of my daughter from the site of Yoli. Very easy and taste-magic. Good for Yoli and lu4a.

And what is the *pastry unsweetened cream* just liquid cream or something in particular?

The stores have cream that is not sweetened and going and salty and sweet dishes. In this case I've used liquid cream from LIDL, which is an animal, nepodsaldena. I hope you understood me :)

lu4a, ordinary liquid cream means. Thanks for the quick reply :)

ros_iv, great ribbon! And very beautiful cake!

mother in you is probably not dreamed of such a daughter like you! Great performance! :) Just two questions: 1. Dulce de leche ready you buy it or you do it yourself, and how? (Perhaps as a caramelized sgushtenkata? ) And 2. How they create these wonderful flowers (potassium? ) - From fondant or something else? I use liquid cream Lidl - breaks are great, but if you put a stabilizer - no error! :)

CVETETO3101, THANK YOU! I used ready dulce de leche from Ukraine brought it to me, but here in the Russian shops also have it. I did not boil me. Yes, boiling sweetened condensed milk becomes dulce de leche or so-called Sgushtenka. The flowers are made of paper, but I bought them ready by the flower shop, which make candy bouquets. I ordered only three for decoration.