Food Food Trend Olive Oil Cake: the recipe for juicy olive oil cake

14:55  11 june  2020
14:55  11 june  2020 Source:   elle.de

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The back fever that broke out in the corona quarantine continues. After banana and sourdough bread, it's now olive oil - in cake format! Especially since a very specific olive oil cake in Los Angeles has become an Instagram sensation thanks to the Kardashian-Jenner clan.

The recipe for success: Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian posted the “Bomb Ass Olive Oil Cake” from “ Little House Confections ” in their Instagram stories. And so triggered an avalanche of orders within hours. What makes the cake so special? With olive oil instead of butter, the traditional pastries from southern Italy are wonderfully juicy and fluffy on the inside and golden brown and crispy on the outside.

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The " Bomb Ass Olive Cake " was actually just an idea to creatively bridge the quarantine period and to sell charities during the Covid 19 crisis to support. In mid-April, the two American friends Liz Roth and Jaymie Wisneski - actually interior designer and producer - started baking olive oil cakes in Roth's kitchen in Los Angeles and selling them to friends and acquaintances. This resulted in "Little House Confections". The plan is to donate part of the proceeds to a different charity every month. At the moment the sale " Black Lives Matter Los Angeles " is benefiting.

Unfortunately, the two of them only ship their delicious cakes within Los Angeles! But if you want to do something good, you can donate a copy of and and doctors and nurses in Los Angeles can delight with a "Bomb Ass Olive Cake".

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And if your mouth is watering, you can easily bake the juicy, spicy cakes yourself! Important: Use only fresh, high quality olive oil!

Olive Oil Cake: the recipe for olive oil cake ingredients 300 milliliters of high-quality, cold-pressed olive oil, plus about a tablespoon for the baking mold, 300 grams of flour, 450 grams of sugar, 300 milliliters of milk, 3 eggs, 2 teaspoons of freshly grated lemon peel and two teaspoons of fresh lemon juice (can be exchanged with orange), 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon Baking powder 1 - 2 tbsp powdered sugar (for dusting) Preparation Preheat the oven to 180 degrees, generously sprinkle springform pan with a diameter of 26 cm with olive oil and dust with flour. Chill, beat the eggs, sugar, vanilla sugar and salt for about eight minutes with a hand mixer to a cream, wash the lemons while hot, dry and rub the skin finely, then stir in the milk and olive oil with a whisk under the egg cream. Gradually fold in the flour and baking powder until everything is mixed into a uniform dough. Fill this into the mold and smooth the surface with a spoon. Bake the cake in the oven at 180 degrees for about 50 - 60 minutes. Take out and let it rest for about 10 minutes. Then remove from the mold and let cool on a wire rack. Finally, dust with powdered sugar. Tip:

The cake can also be baked in a rectangular shape (24 by 38 cm) and cut into cubes. The baking time is then reduced by about 15 minutes. At room temperature (recommended!) The cake stays fresh for up to a week in an airtight container. Unbeatable combo: Olive Oil Cake with fresh berries and whipped cream!

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