Pierce cake with pudding and cream

Submitted by enr on 10 Jun 2014
3 eggs
1 cup sugar
80 ml milk
80 ml sunflower oil
1 cup + more flour 2-3 tbsp
3 tbsp cocoa
10 g baking powder
1-2 vanilla or vanilla sugar
# For the pudding:
2 packets of vanilla cream with boiling Dr. Oetker or flavor of your choice
1 liter milk
1/2 cup sugar cream
# For garnish:
2 packets of creamer
300 ml milk or 200 ml pastry cream
Pierce cake with pudding and cream
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From products for the base, a mixture that is baked in rectangular or oblong baking dish. Wait for it to cool and punctures in the same distance with a device for punching of fresh peppers. Others in the unit clippings separate country. The base is flooded with warm cream and dusted with separated and crushed cuttings. Went back in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours. On top is covered with shattered cream and garnish optional. * You pierced base to slightly moist before you pour the cream. * Can be added to the cream and 1-2 small banana chopped after fill holes in the cake.
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10 Jun 2014


Beautiful, interesting and delicious cake is obtained :)I used a baking pan 20x30 cm, and a slightly greater will be, but not less. Cake layer I had 2 small bumps - level with a sharp knife.
I do not have a device for punching peppers (or one for punching of apples and pears), so I used a small cutter sweet half holes and metal cap to the other - and both versions gave satisfactory results. I tried more densely and finely distributed holes - it is better to be closer.
I used plain cream with starch, put grated orange peel inside and did a bit more rare to soak in swamps (which was thick and a little dry).
Cream was my animal - to cover the entire cake I had about 300-400 ml.
Blend crumbs are very nice with chopper, but will not put them next time - stay on the crumbs and interfere to bake cream, and when cut can not cut a good piece - everything is in crumbs. I will keep them in the fridge and put them in yogurt, in cream, in candy will eat them with a spoon, but not in the cake.