red currant and apple marmalade cake
Added by natuti20 | Sun 26 May 2013 @ 17:30
This cake is veri easy to make. You can add other fruit marmelade for apple. Each time I make this cake in different ways: sometimes with cornel marmelade or kiwi. Also you can use sour-cream in return sour milk. It looks the homemade and I like that. It will keep for two days. I\\\'m always happy when I bake this cake :) I think you will love it, too :)
250 g sugar;
250 g sour milk;
150 g melted butter;
1 tablespoons soda;
1 tablespoons vinegar;
350-400 g flour;
200 g apple marmalade;
150 g red currant;
At first preheat the oven 180 ļC, take the 22 sm size cake tin, grease it and preheat it.
Take the medium size bowl, mix the full eggs and the sugar with hands or using an electric whisk. Beat it until creamy. Melt the butter on low heat, pour this melted butter into the sugar and eggs mixture.
Add soda and vinegar to the sour milk and mix well. It will rize twice in size. Then pour it into your mixture and mix until smooth. At last add flour and red currant. The dough will be medium thick.
Spoon the dough into the warm cake tin and spread the apple marmelade over the dough( but don\\\'t spread it over the whole surface of dough).
Bake it in preheat oven for about 35-40 minutes.
During this time you can check with cocktail stick to see if it is cooked.
Allow the cake to cool on a rack. When our cake is thoroughly cool, sprinkle few currant on top and cut it into medium slices.