No walnut coffee cake!

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No walnut coffee cake!

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Ingredients

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Sponge
225 g Self-raising flour
225 g Butter unsalted, room temperature
225 g Caster sugar
4 Egg medium
2 tsp Coffee instant granules
1 tblspn Water boiled
Frosting
500 g Mascarpone
2 tblpn Light brown sugar
1 tspn Coffee
1 tblspn Water

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Cuisine:
    • Serves 12
    • Medium

    Ingredients

    • Sponge

    • Frosting

    Directions

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    No walnut coffee cake

    This is a no walnut coffee cake! I actually made this by accident – I was thinking what to bake while eyeing up some coffee. This is the obvious result. However, I had no walnuts available, and not everyone likes walnuts, so it seems like a good idea to post the recipe. I will post the other version sometime and I will endeavour to link from this page to that for reference. Traditionally this would have had a coffee icing, rather than the coffee Mascarpone I made for this. Store the cake in a container in the fridge until required.

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    Steps

    1
    Done

    Pour the caster sugar (or light brown sugar) into a bowl with the cut up room temperature butter.
    Cream the two together.
    Pre-heat the oven.

    2
    Done

    Take the four eggs and crack into a bowl.
    Ideally we are wanting as close to 225 g as possible.
    Using a fork, mix the eggs together.

    3
    Done

    Pour about 1/4 of the egg mixture into the creamed butter, and add to this about one tablespoon of sieved flour.
    Mix thoroughly, until combined.
    Repeat until all of the egg has been mixed in.

    4
    Done

    To this, sieve the remaining flour into the mixture.
    Using a metal spoon, fold in until combined.

    5
    Done

    Boil some water and pour a tablespoon of the water into a cup with a two teaspoons of instant coffee.
    Mix it until it dissolves and then fold into the batter.

    6
    Done

    Grease and line two 20 cm cake tins and spoon half of the batter into each.
    Smooth with a spatula and put into the oven.
    Bake for around 25 - 30 minutes.

    7
    Done

    When you insert a skewer and it comes out clean, it is ready.
    Remove from the oven and leave on the side for about five minutes before leaving to cool on a wire rack.

    8
    Done

    Put the Mascarpone and two tablespoons of light brown sugar into a bowl and mix thoroughly.
    Take another tablespoon of boiled water and one teaspoon of coffee and mix together.
    Mix this into the Marscapone and sugar.

    9
    Done

    Once the cakes have cooled, take half of the frosting and apply to the top of one of the cakes.
    Smooth until it almost reaches the edges.

    10
    Done

    Add the other sponge to the top of the frosted cake.
    Apply the remainder of the frosting to the top of the cake and smooth.
    Neaten up as required and chill in the fridge until required.

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