The layered cake of Regent (8 baseova)

Submitted by enr on 22 Apr 2010
# For eight the base:
220 g sugar
220 g flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 vanilla
180 g butter
6 eggs
# For the cream:
350 g butter
4 eggs
250 g of dark chocolate
175 g sugar
1 vanilla
# For glaze:
100-150 g of dark chocolate
50 g cream
The layered cake of Regent (8 baseova)
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Bases: Six eggs cream with 180 g butter 220 g of sugar. Add 220 g sifted flour with baking powder and vanilla. Egg mixture is divided into eight eight the base. Each base is baked in a pan with a diameter of not more than 20 cm in a preheated 180 C oven for about 10-15 minutes. While the bases bake, prepare the cream. For the cream: Beat 350 g soft butter with 175 g of sugar cream, add the eggs one by one. Melt the chocolate and add to the cream. Put vanilla. If the cream is very rare leave it in the refrigerator to harden slightly. The bases are placed into the cake pan and between Evenly spread 2/3 of the cream. Spread top and sides of cake with cream. Break the chocolate into small pieces are added to the warm cream and stir vigorously until melted - as prepared Ghana. This mixture is flushed cake. Allow to harden, garnish and decorate with the remaining 1/3 of the cream.
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22 Apr 2010


Nice Cakes, bravo.

Prinzregententorte e widespread mainly in Bavaria. It consists of at least six to eight thin marshes with chocolate buttercream and covered outside with chocolate icing, in some embodiments with apricot jam on the upper crust. In Munich cake has a similar meaning as a Sachertorte in Vienna.Although it is named after Prince Regent Luitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria, and in 1886 in honor of the cake is so named matter who created the cake is still controversial. Whether his personal chef J.Rottenhöfer as representative of Erbhauzer shop or confectioner Anton Seidl.
Anton Seidl takes his father's bakery in 1869. In 1888. Inspired by Dobos creates chocolate cake with nine floors, each floor symbolizing one of the children of Louis I. According to the family Seidl cake quickly spread stanava available in other confectioneries. Family allegedly agreed in writing cake to name *Prince Regent cake*, but this document is not found.

Heinrich Georg Erbshäuser founded in 1875, confectionery Erbshäuser in 1890 and is a supplier to the royal court of confectionery. Shop Erbshäuser claims that the cake was ordered birthday of Prince Regent Luitpold. It consists of stories, symbolizing the former eight administrative districts in Bavaria. The cake was made and in 1893. on the occasion of the silver wedding of Prince Ludwig. Prinzregententorte is the most popular cake in Bavaria in the 19th century, as the number of the latter must ranged from 6 to 8 depending on the admin. areas in Bavaria. Often, Prinzregententorte is composed of seven layers, and thus does not always corresponds to the number of the regions.