•   
  •   

Entertainment Royales Recipe: This lemon cake loves Queen Elizabeth to high tea!

08:40  08 april  2021
08:40  08 april  2021 Source:   elle.de

ITV documentary Queen Unseen shows royals as you've NEVER seen before

  ITV documentary Queen Unseen shows royals as you've NEVER seen before The Queen Unseen, which aired on ITV1 at 9pm tonight, delved into candid and rare home footage filmed of the royal family to show Her Majesty, 94, as she's never been seen before.A new ITV documentary has unveiled never-before seen moments from the Queen's personal life - including playful antics with her father King George VI as a child, idyllic trips to the beach with her children and Prince Philip teaching them how to fish.

Sometimes we are thinking about whom we do not know where to come from. Things like "Can you cook noodles in seawater?" Or "What is the favorite cake of the Queen?". On the latter there is now the answer, because the former chef of Queen Elizabeth, Darren McGrady has not only revealed the favorite cake of the Monarchin, but the recipe equal to it: To the high tea in the afternoon preferred the 94-year-old namely Lemon Drizzle Cake So a classic lemon cake - sweet, but please not too sweet.

Rezept: Zitronenkuchen von Queen Elizabeth Getty Images © Getty Images Recipe: Lemon Cake by Queen Elizabeth Getty Images

The secret of the lemon cake? Through a double glaze he becomes particularly juicy - because the first layer is allowed to move in the cake dough. That's why the lemon cake of Queen Elizabeth tastes even better on the second day. Whether for the afternoon tea or as a sweet-fruity pick-me-up in between: This lemon cake did not get the royal quality seal for nothing.

How the Queen helped Britain during WWII: The 'unglamorous' role she took

  How the Queen helped Britain during WWII: The 'unglamorous' role she took We all know Queen Elizabeth II has devoted her life to her country. But what many people might not realise is that ten years before she became queen, she was an active duty member of the British Armed Forces.RELATED: Harry's 'dangerous accusation' about the Queen that's causing fresh concern among palace staff

of the favorite lemon cake of Queen Elizabeth - the recipe ingredients (for a box shape): 3 Eggs 1 cup of acid cream ½ cup vegetable oil 2 tablespoons lemon peel 2 tbsp lemon juice 1.5 cups flour 1 cup sugar 2 Tl baking powder ½ tsp salt 2 cups powder sugar 5 tablespoons of lemon juice Preparation: Grease the box form well and dust with flour. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees top / bottom heat. Put the eggs with the acidic cream, vegetable oil, lemon abrasion and lemon juice in a bowl. Push with a stirrer until frothy. Mix the flour, sugar , baking powder and salt in another bowl. Give the flour mixture to the damp ingredients and mix well. Fill the dough into the box shape. Bake in preheated oven for about 35 to 40 minutes. After baking, let the cake cool in the form for 10 minutes. Then place on a cake grille. For the first glaze, mix a cup of powdered sugar with 3 tablespoons of lemon juice - the glaze gets very fluid! Pick the cake up with a fork several times and pour the glaze over the cake. So the glaze moves into the dough and makes the lemon cake nicely juicy later! For the second, firmer glaze, mix a cup of powdered sugar with 1-2 tbsp lemon juice and also pass over the cake. Garnish to taste with some lemon abrasion.

good appetite!

Why was Prince Philip never king? .
Queen Elizabeth II has reigned for almost 70 years. She and husband Prince Philip married in 1947, five years before she became Queen. So why was the Duke of Edinburgh never given the title of king?He married the then-princess Elizabeth in 1947 and was by her side for her coronation in 1952, when he officially became prince consort.

usr: 0
This is interesting!