Tuesday, April 13, 2010

TWD : Swedish Visiting Cake in italiano a seguire



The great Swedes made up a cake that doesn't need a lot of ingredients, fuss and time and the fantastic Nancy of The Dogs Eat the Crumbs chose it this week.
As Dorie states you can almost start it when you see your friends arriving and if they remain a couple of hours they'll be lucky to eat it ! Please visit the blogroll for more and Nancy for the recipe

ITALIANO

La torta della settimana è una torta rapida semplice e buona ( che desiderare di più ?) .

Prendete 225 gr. di zucchero e lavoratelo con la scorza di un limone aggiungeteci due uova. Sbattete le uova, aggiungeteci un pizzico di sale e 110 gr. di farina e 110 gr di burro. Versare l'impasto in una teglia con diametro 20 cm imburrata e infarinata e spolverare con mandorle a filetti e zucchero. Infornare nel forno a 180 ° già caldo per circa 25 minuti.

23 comments:

Federica said...

sono pronta per la fetta!!! bravissima!

Tia said...

great color and perfect browning on yours. good job!!!

Clivia said...

Your cake looks lovely!

♥Sugar♥Plum♥Fairy♥ said...

Oh this is delicious and ur cake sure does look real good ...
cheers and wonderful day to you...

vibi said...

I was under the impression this was the kind of cake Italians really, really like: very simple yet very flavourful... is it the case?

Well, if it's not, they surely know how to make a good looking one!

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Flourchild said...

Your cake looks really good. I loved this recipe too..so easy and so tasty! I will make this one again and again!

Mary said...

It looks perfect! I loved this cake--hope you did too!

Marthe said...

Yours looks really nice, we loved this!!

Isabelle said...

Your cake looks delicious!

The Mortensens said...

Your cake looks great!

And by the way, I LOVE Italy and Italians!

Valerie said...

What a lovely, thick cake you've got there! :)

CB said...

Yours has a beautiful almost corn bread like texture. Yummy! Great job.
-CB
http://iheartfood4thought.com

Joanne said...

I have seen this cake everywhere and think it looks delicious! Well done!

Nancy/n.o.e said...

Your cake has such a nice crunchy crust and a perfect crumb - great job Natalia! I loved this one too. Thanks for baking along with me this week! (btw, I love being the "fantastic Nancy"!!)

Pamela said...

This was one tasty cake, that's for sure! Yours looks lovely!

Susan said...

Your cake looks perfect! I loved this recipe. :)

TeaLady said...

Almost too easy to be soooo good. Yours looks perfect.

Katrina said...

Such a great easy cake. Yours looks perfect.

alvarosa said...

Haha, "het is een pruik " - seems we really master the most important phrases in foreign languages...

(By the way: Isn't re-calculating all the measures into grams horrorful? I used to spend soooo much time on it. Now I bought a cup- and spoon-measure when I was on holiday in New York, and this makes baking with Dorie much, much more enjoyable!)

Mimi said...

Your cake looks lovely.
Mimi

Marcellina said...

THis cake has the most delicate texture. It looks beautiful! I'm printing the recipe now. I think I'm going to have to get this book!

Ivy said...

What a lovely cake. Sometimes, the most plain and straight-forward things are the best!