Yuja/Yuzu Cake
Yuja/Yuzu Cake

This text will continue the topic of cakes and cake recipes. In the last two articles I have created about the best cake recipes within Poland. This time I will offer you some examples of the very best recipes from the world. As generally I will be writing about truffles that are cheap, tasty and simple to prepare. So read this text to the end and I’m positive that you will like the info included in it.

Yuja/Yuzu Cake The first cake that I would like to offer comes from Germany. It’s chocolate cake that is very tasty. A lot of people adore this cake. The particular German chocolate cake recipe includes chocolate, hot water, butter or margarine, sugar, eggs, flour, soda, buttermilk or clabber. It’s very special, because it style like chocolate, but you don’t put chocolate to it. You can in addition add some additions like caramel and other things. As you can find the ingredients are also very low-cost and the cake is also incredibly easy to prepare.

A classic buttercream cake gets a zesty boost with the addition of yuzu citrus tea. Known as yuja cha in Korean, this tea comes in a jam-like form and can be found at Korean and Asian supermarkets. I baked chiffon cake again, this time with Yuja 柚子茶(Honey Citron Tea) that I used for making Cheesecake one month ago.

To begin with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can have yuja/yuzu cake using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.

The ingredients needed to make Yuja/Yuzu Cake:
  1. Take 200 gram yujacha (you can use jam or preserves)
  2. Get 200 gram flour + 1 tsp baking powder, sifted for smoother cake
  3. Get 1 egg
  4. Make ready 50 ml water
  5. Prepare Honey (I used a honey substitute made of coconut sugar)

The bits of yuzu rinds did enhance the taste though. I will certainly try this recipe again soon.as I am left with less than half a jar of Yuzu syrup! Yuzu curd is basically a lemon curd that uses yuzu zest and juice instead of lemon. It's rich yet zesty and tangy and goes well on anything.

Steps to make Yuja/Yuzu Cake:
  1. Combine all ingredients except honey. Stir continuously and fold until it forms a thick batter.
  2. Pour into a heatproof dish.
  3. Pour some honey on the batter. I used about 2 tbsp.
  4. Bake for about 40 minutes. My oven is older than I am (and I assure you, I am quite old!) so I have no idea what temperature to use. I usually insert a wooden skewer to the cake, when it is no longer runny, then it is done. It should be 180 Celcius degrees, more or less.

Toast, cookies, cakes, you name it! Yuzu citrus tea cake A hit of lemon in the buttercream makes certain this sponge cake is bursting with citrus flavours. The flavour of yuzu is like a strong hybrid of grapefruit, mandarin and lime; and that smells every bit as fragrant as it sounds. Using yuzu citrus tea, this classic buttercream cake is given a welcome zesty boost. Here in the US, you can buy jars of yuja preserves but I've never seen fresh yuja sold in any markets.

So that’s going to wrap this up for this special food yuja/yuzu cake recipe. Here a person can find ingredients that are involved in all French cake recipes. These kinds of ingredients are cold water, salt, butter and flour. They are also very cheap. In my opinion you should try to prepare this cake. I actually recommend it.