Fuba Cake

 

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Hi , today i bring to blog a recipe i trying to make long time ago using special flor call Fuba . It is the fine flour made from corn or ground rice much used in cooking. In its cornmeal version, it is widely used to make cakes, and cornmeal cake a typical food of June festivals in Brazil.
It was introduced in Brazil by the Portuguese but came to be used more intensively in the eighteenth century by drovers often substituting cassava flour.
 So i find 2 homemade and delicous i will bake other reciper later on , this cake turn out dence but same time look like clouds in you mouth , it is lovely.

Ingredients:

4 medium eggs
1 1/2 cup sugar
3/4 cup oil
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup cornmeal
1 cup of boiling milk
1 teaspoon baking powder soup in full

Preheat the oven to 180 Degrees.
Grease and flour a way i tin you want use ( i use round one with hole in meddle).
Sift the flour, cornmeal and baking powder.
Put the milk to heat.

In a large bowl, place the eggs and beat with electric mixer quickly. Add the sugar and beat until fluffy and form a whitish cream. Go adding the oil slowly, always beating. Stop the mixer and sift the dry ingredients once again on the eggnog. Mix gently. Place the warm milk and finish mixing. It will be a very liquid mass. Pour in the form and give pats on the shape to take air bubbles in the dough. Bake and wait for the flush surface (about 20 minutes). Lower oven temperature to 160 ° C and leave for another 20 or 30 minutes. Do the toothpick test. Remove from the oven and wait 5 minutes before unmolding. Place on a wire rack to warm. This cake is good hot, warm, cold, by the time the next day.

Recipe was from this Blog : Pecado da Gula

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