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from NSW, Australia Layer Cake (El Salvador) Servings: 6-8 Butter room temperature 1 c Sugar 1 1/4 c Orange zest 1 T Vanilla 1 t Eggs room temperature 6 Flour 1 1/2 c Baking powder 1 t Orange juice 1/4 c Orange marmalade 1 c Powdered sugar 1/3 c Preheat oven to 350°. Grease and flour three cake pans. Sift together flour and baking powder well. In a mixing bowl, beat butter and sugar together on medium-high speed until fluffy and light, about 3-5 minutes. Add orange zest and vanilla and beat in 15 seconds more. With mixer at medium speed, add one egg at a time, letting each egg incorporate before adding the next. Turn mixer to medium-low. Add flour in three parts, alternating with the orange juice until smooth. Don't overbeat. Spoon equal parts of batter into the three cake pans. Bake for about 25 minutes. Remove cakes and cool completely. Mix the marmalade with a little water and stir till almost pourable. Spread half the marmalade over one of the layers. Add the next layer on top and spread with the other half of the marmalade. Top with the last layer. Sprinkle the cake well with powdered sugar through a sieve and serve. NOTES This cake is popular in El Salvador and Colombia. You may omit the orange zest and substitute milk for the orange juice if you like. Use any jam you wish. Victoria Sandwich, England: Omit the orange zest. Use only 4 eggs. Place in 2 cake pans, not 3. Use strawberry jam. (o/)

Maria Luisa


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from NSW,
Australia

Layer
Cake (El Salvador)
Servings: 6-8

Butter room temperature 1 c
Sugar 1 1/4 c

Orange zest 1 T
Vanilla 1 t
Eggs room temperature 6

Flour 1 1/2 c
Baking powder 1 t
Orange juice 1/4 c

Orange marmalade 1 c

Powdered
sugar 1/3 c

Preheat oven to 350°.
Grease and flour three cake pans. Sift together flour and
baking powder well.
In a mixing bowl,
beat butter and sugar together on medium-high speed until fluffy and light, about 3-5 minutes. Add orange zest and vanilla and beat in 15 seconds more.
With
mixer at medium speed, add one egg at a time, letting each egg incorporate before adding the next.
Turn
mixer to medium-low. Add flour in three parts, alternating with the orange juice until smooth. Don't overbeat.
Spoon equal parts of
batter into the three cake pans. Bake for about 25 minutes.
Remove cakes and cool completely.
Mix the
marmalade with a little water and stir till almost pourable. Spread half the marmalade over one of the layers. Add the next layer on top and spread with the other half of the marmalade. Top with the last layer.
Sprinkle the
cake well with powdered
sugar through a sieve and serve.
NOTES

This
cake is popular in El Salvador and Colombia.
You may omit the
orange zest and substitute milk for the orange juice if you like. Use any jam you wish.
Victoria Sandwich,
England: Omit the orange zest. Use only 4
eggs. Place in 2 cake pans, not 3. Use strawberry jam.

(o/)



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from tejas, United States wrote:3  2

IS very good. Thank you for putting this on here. Much help.
Grazi
4 starsSeptember 13, 2003


 
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