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Mix eggs with sugar until the sugar melts, add the oil, mix, then flour alternating with milk, cocoa, rum essence, baking powder and mix.

Grease a pan with oil and line it with flour, pour 3 parts of the composition, put it in the oven until it hardens a little, then add the urda composition.

Urda is mixed with the yolks, sugar, vanilla sugar, lemon essence and finally the beaten egg whites. Homogenize and pour the composition over the dough. Pour the rest of the composition with cocoa, put it in the oven until it passes the toothpick test.

Powder with powdered sugar or breadcrumbs


300 g cherries
2 tablespoons gray
500 g urda
3 eggs
120 g butter
150g sugar
250g flour
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 sachet of baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
200ml yogurt
200ml sour cream

Wash the cherries and remove the seeds, then drain them in a sieve.
Soft butter, at room temperature, mix with sugar until creamy. Add eggs one by one and mix well after each addition. Add the chopped urda and mix well until the composition is homogeneous.
Separately mix the flour with the baking powder and salt. Put half of the dry ingredients over the egg and urda composition and mix lightly. Add the vanilla extract, sour cream and half of the yogurt and mix again. At the end, add the rest of the flour and yogurt and mix lightly, just until it is completely incorporated.
Pour half of the composition into a tray lined with baking paper and put half of the cherries rolled in semolina, then pour the rest of the dough and place the cherries by pressing them lightly into the dough, then cover them with dough with a spoon / spatula.
Insert the tray (24/24 cm or 20/30 cm) in the preheated oven at 180 degrees C (medium heat). Bake it for 45-50 minutes, or until it passes the toothpick test. When it is ready, take it out of the oven and leave it to cool in the pan, and then serve it.


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Chocolate and urda cake

Because my mother makes the best urda from cow's milk, I thought of testing its taste in a chocolate and urda cake recipe.

And I did well, because it turned out very good!

The combination of the chocolate-flavored, rum-flavored countertop and the vanilla-flavored urda composition is insane!

Chocolate countertops in the composition I kept preparing. They are our favorites.

And from the category of cheesecake recipes, I especially recommend:

We especially like cheese desserts, from puddings, pies, cakes, even cakes.

Regarding chocolate and urda cake recipe, is really special.

The top came out slightly damp and crumbly, because I also used a little baking soda.

And the composition of dense and very tasty urda. I added a little semolina, but also 2 beaten egg whites with vanilla sugar. They gave it volume, but also good taste.

I also made a dough grid decoration, for a more special look.

With decoration, without decoration, the cake comes out very good! It is actually a brownie cheesecake that I highly recommend!



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Cake vs "Cake"

Torta is a term that resulted and was carefully raised in the west of the country following a rape of the “Austro-Hungarian” language (I know it's German, but I don't think so) on the Romanian language. It actually designates a cake.

Well, the sponge cake dough in Romanian, with various fruits, known in the south of Romania as a tart, became a cake with fluffy dough in order to be different from the tarts that kept pushing from the west to enter with all kinds of creams and fruits.

One explanation may be that in Italian, closer to Latin than German, "torta" is this tart with fluffy dough. It was probably made a long time ago and was given priority while the tart with crumbly dough is called "tart". Generally, if it contains a growth agent, Viagra or baking powder for example, it is called a "cake".

The most beautiful thing is that many recipes have appeared in Romanian with names like "Crostata cu urda". Not bad, the only amendment I make is to be careful, it says "tart", but it reads "cruostat".


Method of preparation

Rub the yolks with the sugar until it dissolves. Separately in another bowl mix the butter with the buttermilk, then add them over the yolks. Pour the mint syrup and mix the composition. Mix the dry ingredients (flour with baking powder) and incorporate them into the mixture. Add half the amount of chocolate (50g) and fruit, mix lightly with a spatula, then turn the composition in a tray lined with parchment paper. Put the tray in the oven for 55 ', then leave the cake to cool.
Remove the baking paper, grease the top with a thin layer of sweet and sour corcoduse jam and sprinkle white chocolate on top. I used the "chocolate button" that I crushed in the robot.
Place the cake on a plate, cut generous slices and serve

Strawberry and meringue cake

Mix the sugar with the yolks, add the butter, cream and the rest of the ingredients. You get a

My Halloween cake

We start like this: for a countertop we use: 4 yolks mixed with 4 tablespoons of sugar and 6 tablespoons


Cake vs "Cake"

Torta is a term that resulted and was carefully raised in the west of the country following a rape of the “Austro-Hungarian” language (I know it's German, but I don't think so) on the Romanian language. It actually designates a cake.

Well, the sponge cake dough in Romanian, with various fruits, known in the south of Romania as a tart, became a cake with fluffy dough in order to be different from the tarts that kept pushing from the west to enter with all kinds of creams and fruits.

One explanation may be that in Italian, closer to Latin than German, "torta" is this tart with fluffy dough. It was probably made a long time ago and was given priority while the tart with crumbly dough is called "tart". Generally, if it contains a growth agent, Viagra or baking powder for example, it is called a "cake".

The most beautiful thing is that many recipes have appeared in Romanian with names like "Crostata cu urda". Not bad, the only amendment I make is to be careful, it says "crust", but it reads "crust".


300 g cherries
2 tablespoons gray
500 g urda
3 eggs
120 g butter
150g sugar
250g flour
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 sachet of baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
200ml yogurt
200ml sour cream

Wash the cherries and remove the seeds, then drain them in a sieve.
Soft butter, at room temperature, mix with sugar until creamy. Add eggs one by one and mix well after each addition. Add the chopped urda and mix well until the composition is homogeneous.
Separately mix the flour with the baking powder and salt. Put half of the dry ingredients over the egg and urda composition and mix lightly. Add the vanilla extract, sour cream and half of the yogurt and mix again. At the end, add the rest of the flour and yogurt and mix lightly, just until it is completely incorporated.
Pour half of the composition into a tray lined with baking paper and put half of the cherries rolled in semolina, then pour the rest of the dough and place the cherries by pressing them lightly into the dough, then cover them with dough with a spoon / spatula.
Insert the tray (24/24 cm or 20/30 cm) in the preheated oven at 180 degrees C (medium heat). Bake it for 45-50 minutes, or until it passes the toothpick test. When it is ready, take it out of the oven and leave it to cool in the pan, and then serve it.


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