So I was experimenting again and see what recipe I came up with:
Its again easy and quick again – I love those recipes: it looks like a big effort when in fact it isn’t and you have enough time left for your Toddler / husband or anything else.
The ingredients I used were as follows:
750g Greek Yoghurt
5 Spoons (Soupspoons) of semolina
1 teaspoon baking powder
300g berries – whatever you have, cherry’s / raspberries / redcurrant or mixed berries
As most ovens are very quick these days I don’t preheat the oven! It saves you energy and cuts down your electricity bill. Always think environmental friendly :)
|My little antique helper :)|
Then we get straight into getting greasy: grease a medium sized spring-form with a little bit of butter and sprinkle the breadcrumbs generously into the greased cake pan.
Separate the eggs: egg white in one – egg yolk in another bowl.
Add butter to the bowl with the egg yolks and beat until everything is soft. Add yoghurt, semolina, sugar and baking powder and keep mixing until you have a smooth consistency.
Then whisk the egg whites until they are stiff and carefully fold them into the batter (picture 2)). Make sure not to stir, but slightly cover the stiff egg white with the batter once everything is mixed well throughout.
Pour everything into the greased spring form (picture 3)) and sprinkle the berries on top of it (picture 4)).
Bake it in the oven for about 50 Minutes to 1 hour at 200°C (that’s 400°F if I am not mistaken). If the cake is getting too brown just cover it with a bit of parchment paper. Check after approximately 50 Min with a wooden toothpick if the dough is cooked. If anything is sticking to the pick – leave it in for another little bit (picture 5)).
Remove the cake from the oven and leave to cool. Once cooled, turn the cake pan over onto a cake plate and dust the cake with icing sugar (picture 6)). Ready!
If you wish you can decorate the slices with fresh fruit and serve whipped cream with it.
Guten Appetit :D