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Tropical Dream Cake

Cooked tropical dream cake

Time to cook: 60 minutes

Nutritional Value

I dream last night that I'm on a beautiful tropical island! I was sitting on a golden beach, orchids were blooming all around me and right under a palm tree there was a mountain of all kinds of tropical fruits! And on a beautiful plate I choose from all this beauty the ones that appeal to me: oranges, pineapple, bananas, lemon and coconut. I look at them and I say to myself: "♪ I'm gonna bake a pie ♪!" (you know, even in my sleep I can't stop thinking about cooking :)) And that's when I wake up to the barking of the neighbor's . I felt bad that I have not tried the pie. No," I thought, "I'll bake it anyway, to spite everyone!" The only thing missing was a pineapple. And what do you think?? I wasn't lazy and rushed to the nearest store for canned. I took my camera, so I could document the process of turning a dream into a reality for history, and then I went to the kitchen. In short, it was so delicious, that I walk all day and feel like Mendeleev! Everybody loved it. The cake was well risen and turned out indescribably fragrant, moderately moist and moderately sweet. Please, all for tea!

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Ingredients for the pie "tropical dream":


  • Sugar (for the dough - 1 glass; for the syrup - 2/3 glass) - 1 2/3 glass
  • Vegetable oil - 1/2 glass
  • Chicken egg - 3 units
  • Pineapple (canned, sliced with juice) - 1 glass
  • Coconut - 1/2 glass
  • Vanillin - 1 package.
  • Wheat flour / Flour - 2 1/3 glass
  • Salt - 1/3 teaspoon
  • Cinnamon - 1/2 teaspoon
  • Soda - 1/2 teaspoon
  • Dough leavening agent - 1 teaspoon
  • Banana - 3 pcs
  • Orange - 1 pc
  • Lemon - 1/2 pc
  • Starch (diluted in 25 ml water) - 1 tablespoon

How to cook cake "tropical dream" step by step with photos


First, in a blender, crush the canned pineapple and its juice to a purée consistency.

Mix the sugar (1 glass) with the mixer and vegetable oil on low speed.

Then add eggs, one at a time, while continuing to mix.

Next add the pineapple puree.

Pour in the coconut flakes and vanilla (you can use vanilla extract) and mix together.

Separately, prepare the dry mixture: mix together sifted flour, salt, cinnamon, baking soda and baking powder. Gradually add this mixture to the liquid mixture at a slow speed of the mixer.

When the mixture becomes homogeneous, use a spoon to gently stir in the chopped bananas.

Pour the dough into a well greased mold and flatten it with a spoon, at the same time getting rid of air bubbles. You can even tap the mold a little on the surface of the table. This removes any extra air bubbles and prevents the formation of "pockets" (moist bubbles) in the final cake. Place in a preheated oven at 180 degrees Celsius. oven for 40-45 min. (depends on the oven).

I didn't take the risk of stuffing oranges into the dough, so I decided to make a citrus syrup while the cake is baking. For this, we cut an orange and squeeze the juice out of it. We need about 100 ml of juice.

Combine the juice of the orange with the sugar and the juice of half a lemon and bring to the boil. Cook over low heat for about 10 minutes to bring the syrup to a simmer and make it a little less runny. I think if you boil it a little longer, it'll make a thick syrup, and it will harden on the cake. But I decided to do something different. I added some starch diluted in cold water to the syrup and cooked it for a couple more minutes until it thickened.

After 40 minutes. after a classic check for readiness (with a wooden skewer) I took out of the oven a pie like this. It had matured nicely and filled the house with an unimaginable fragrance! The neighbors said that I could smell it outside too! :-)

We pour the syrup over the finished and slightly cooled pie. I put the rest of the syrup in a bowl next to the cake, so that everyone who has a sweet tooth could pour himself or herself an extra piece.

There we go! I hope you like it as much as we do! Enjoy your tea time!

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
Calories
5943 Calories
Protein
73.5 g
Fat
324.4 g
Carbohydrates
704.1 g
100g:
Calories
258.4 Calories
Protein
3.2 g
Fat
14.1 g
Carbohydrates
30.6 g

Salt, Lemon, Orange, Flour, Wheat Flour, Pineapple, Sweet, Eggs, Starch, Fruity, Cinnamon, Oil, Soda, Banana, Coconut, Baking Fudge, Cakes, Vanillin, Biscuits, Dough, Vegetable Dough

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