Today is a beautiful, sunny day. I don’t know what is about the weather today that invokes the feeling of tasting something made of mandarins. I have a dark red-looking cup of Pu’erh tea beside me that echoes the flavor of honey.
But how is honey related to mandarin anyway?
To get to the topic of today, I decided to make a Mandarin Cake in a magical mold. This one is a simple yet juicy cake that falls in the mouth like a moisturized piece of heaven.
Let’s get to the oven.
– 2 eggs
– 2 mandarins cut with their husks
– 1 bag of vanilla
– 1 glass of oil
– 1 glass of Granulated sugar
– 2 bags of baking powder
– 2 glasses of flour
– Mix the first 5 ingredients with a spoon of warm water and a spoon of vinegar
– Then add the baking powder and the flour.
– Pour the mixture on the magic mold (already creamed with butter and sprinkled with flour)
– Bake in a preheated 350 F (180 C) oven for about 25 minutes until it can easily be separated from the mold.
– Try to separate the cake from the edge from time to time to test.
– Orange juice
– Vanilla flan
– 1 spoon of cornflour
– Granulated sugar
Put everything in a pot and mix until they become homogeneous.
Pour the cream in the center of the cake. Decorate with slices of mandarins on top and let it cool.