Tasty magic pie

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Tasty magic pie
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  • Difficulty: Medium
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When baking, the magic cake itself is divided into 3 layers - an airy biscuit, a liquid custard and a denser custard. This dessert will appeal to everyone who loves custard and soft biscuits. Very tasty, tender, the cake just melts in your mouth! I made it for the first time and it worked out for me.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Separate the eggs carefully into whites and yolks. Egg whites should not get the yolk, otherwise they will be difficult to beat.
  2. Combine the yolks with sugar and vanilla sugar (be sure to add vanilla sugar, it acts as a flavoring agent for the dough, and the finished cake will not have an egg flavor). Whisk until light and fluffy. In the process, pour 1 tbsp. a spoonful of water.
  3. Add the sifted flour to the beaten yolks in parts, mixing well (you can use a mixer).
  4. Pour in melted butter (room temperature, not hot), mix.
  5. Add warm (required!) milk, mix until smooth.
  6. Add salt to the egg whites and beat them until a stable white mass. (The whisk and utensils must be absolutely clean and free of grease.)
  7. Add beaten egg whites in several approaches to the main dough, stirring with a whisk. Don't mix too hard, some flakes of whipped egg whites may remain on the surface.
  8. Prepare the form - it must be solid, as the dough is liquid. Grease the bottom and sides of the form (I have a form with a diameter of 21 cm) with butter. Pour the dough into the mold.
  9. Bake a magic cake (smart cake) in an oven preheated to 170 degrees (top-bottom mode), at a level slightly below average, 50-60 minutes. The pie is ready when the top is well browned (my pie was baked for 50 minutes, the last 10 minutes under the foil).
  10. Let the cake cool down to room temperature. The cake will shrink a little as it cools.
  11. The cooled three-layer cake can be taken out of the mold and invite everyone to tea.
  12. Enjoy your meal!

Tasty magic pie



  • Serves: -
  • Prepare Time: -
  • Cooking Time: -
  • Calories: -
  • Difficulty: Medium

When baking, the magic cake itself is divided into 3 layers - an airy biscuit, a liquid custard and a denser custard. This dessert will appeal to everyone who loves custard and soft biscuits. Very tasty, tender, the cake just melts in your mouth! I made it for the first time and it worked out for me.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Separate the eggs carefully into whites and yolks. Egg whites should not get the yolk, otherwise they will be difficult to beat.
  2. Combine the yolks with sugar and vanilla sugar (be sure to add vanilla sugar, it acts as a flavoring agent for the dough, and the finished cake will not have an egg flavor). Whisk until light and fluffy. In the process, pour 1 tbsp. a spoonful of water.
  3. Add the sifted flour to the beaten yolks in parts, mixing well (you can use a mixer).
  4. Pour in melted butter (room temperature, not hot), mix.
  5. Add warm (required!) milk, mix until smooth.
  6. Add salt to the egg whites and beat them until a stable white mass. (The whisk and utensils must be absolutely clean and free of grease.)
  7. Add beaten egg whites in several approaches to the main dough, stirring with a whisk. Don't mix too hard, some flakes of whipped egg whites may remain on the surface.
  8. Prepare the form - it must be solid, as the dough is liquid. Grease the bottom and sides of the form (I have a form with a diameter of 21 cm) with butter. Pour the dough into the mold.
  9. Bake a magic cake (smart cake) in an oven preheated to 170 degrees (top-bottom mode), at a level slightly below average, 50-60 minutes. The pie is ready when the top is well browned (my pie was baked for 50 minutes, the last 10 minutes under the foil).
  10. Let the cake cool down to room temperature. The cake will shrink a little as it cools.
  11. The cooled three-layer cake can be taken out of the mold and invite everyone to tea.
  12. Enjoy your meal!

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