Italian Custard Cake For Your Holiday Party

A yummy Italian custard cake can be a good choice for any party menu. This scrumptious dessert is also called a continental cake and used as a traditional sweet delight in most Italian parties. The best part of the Italian cake is that it's one of the scrumptious cakes and has a very simple method of creation. Moreover, it doesn't need any expensive Ingredients. What all you need to make an Italian cake is to ensure accuracy and precision in baking and follow the instructions provided in the recipe.

Ingredients For Cake:
  • Eggs - 5
  • Castor Sugar - 250g
  • Vanilla Sugar - 2 1/2 tsps
  • Corn flour - 100g corn flour
  • Plain flour - 100g plain flour
  • Baking Powder - 1 1/4 tsps
  • Cold water - 75mls
Method:
  • Preheat oven to 190 degrees C.
  • Use a grease proof baking paper to oil spring-form container and line.
  • Separate egg whites in a separate bowl. Add 75mls of cold water to it and blend well until the mixture turns out to be stiff.
  • In a separate small bowl, mix vanilla sugar and castor sugar until it’s well-blended. Now add beaten egg yolks and blend again.
  • Sift plain flour, baking powder and corn flour a few times and add the egg mixture to flour mixture to fold it gently.
  • Now spread the batter on the prepared baking tray. Bake the cake for 50 minutes until it turns out to be golden brown. Take it out to a wire rack and let it cool.
Lemon Custard Ingredients:
  • Full cream milk - 500ml
  • Castor sugar - 75g castor sugar
  • Vanilla Bean - 1
  • Marsala - 1/4 cup
  • Egg yolks - 3
  • Corn flour - 40g
  • Peeled lemon strips - use one lemon
Method:
  • In a large size pan, put milk, marsala, vanilla seeds and pod, lemon peeled strips, and half the sugar. Bring the mixture to boil.
  • In a separate bowl, blend in yolks with remaining sugar until fully incorporated. Add the corn flour and mix it gradually forming it into a thick paste.
  • Remove the boiled milk from the heat and pour a little of it in the yolk paste and mix it well. Continue adding small quantities of milk until half of it is consumed.
  • Boil the remaining milk again. Add the yolk mixture to it. After a few minutes, pour the whole back to the pan. Let it cook on a medium heat stirring frequently with a wooden spoon until the mixture is thickened. Pour it into a bowl. Don't forget to remove vanilla pod and lemon peeled.
  • Keep in the refrigerator until cold.
Chocolate Custard:

Ingredients:
  • Full cream milk - 500ml
  • Castor Sugar - 75g castor sugar
  • Vanilla bean - 1
  • Marsala - 1/4 cup
  • Egg yolks - 3
  • Cornflakes - 40g
  • Cocoa powder - 3-4 tbsp
Method:

Lemon and chocolate custards have almost the similar procedure of preparation. However, you need to exclude lemon peel and add the cocoa in the beginning of step 3 stirring it properly until dissolved completely. Follow the remaining steps to make chocolate custard as lemon custard.

Assemble the Cake:
  • Slice the cake horizontally making it into two layers.
  • Make layers using 1/3 cups of marsala. You can also use sweetened cold coffee if you don't want to prepare an alcoholic version of the cake.
  • Make sure to have 3 sponge discs. Place one disc on the plate and use liquer or coffee to moisten it. Now spread the lemon custard on the first disc of the sponge and put second one upon it.
  • Repeat this process and spread chocolate custard this time. Put last disc of sponge and coat with stick.
  • Keep in the refrigerator for overnight in order let it set. You can also refrigerate the cake for 1-2 days to get enhanced flavors.
The Italian cake can be decorated with the mix of thick white cream, sugar, vanilla essence,
300ml thickened whipping cream, flaked roasted almonds, and grated chocolate. You can present this scrumptious dessert with coffee or wine in any kind of party and help your guests enjoy the taste.


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