Cake with roasted milk powder and strawberries

Cake with roasted milk powder and strawberries

What I like about cooking and baking is that you’re always discovering new things, new flavors. With me, boredom and monotony do not exist. The day when cooking will no longer amuse me, I will stop. It’s really not on the agenda. Right now, I’m stamping with impatience at the idea that in a few days, I’ll be visiting Malta. I have already spotted a lot of good things to taste. I’m sure it will be a wonderful source of inspiration for new recipes to try.
In the meantime, I share with you a wonderful cake, which I loved to make. I am completely a fan of this pretty golden color. To achieve this result, I used a simple ingredient that we all know, powdered milk. But did you know that it can be grilled. It then becomes golden and takes on flavors of roasting and caramel. It’s really amazing. And the result is a really delicious golden brown cake. No one will be able to imagine the qi ingredient behind this color and these flavors.
As the strawberry season begins, I couldn’t resist adding them to this cake. This cake will be perfect as a snack or as a dessert.

Cake with roasted milk powder and strawberries:

80 g powdered milk
3 eggs
90g sugar
90g oil
90g fermented milk
90g flour
45g ground almonds
1 packet of baking powder
100 g liquid cream
50g mascarpone
1 tbsp icing sugar

Start by roasting the powdered milk in a skillet over medium heat.
Do not stop stirring, to prevent the milk from burning. You can get a more or less strong roast.

Roasted milk powder

Whisk the eggs and sugar for a few minutes.
Add oil and fermented milk.

Mix the flour, almond powder, baking powder and powdered milk. Add them to the dough.

Pour into a greased cake tin and bake for about 40 minutes at 160°C.
Let cool.

Whip the cream, the cold mascarpone and the sugar to obtain whipped cream.
Cover the cold cake with this cream and garnish with strawberries.

Book cool.

Cake with roasted milk powder and strawberries

To finish: the more important the roasting, the more the final color of the cake will be marked.
You can absolutely serve it without whipped cream or strawberries. Or, accompany it with other fruits. I imagine it very well with peaches or apricots when it is the season.

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