What has mitochondrion to do with cycling. A lot, I suppose, even I cant explain that. The Grappa Cake is my business.
We will hear more about mitochondrions and cycling in future. Last Monday an international group of mitochondrial researchers of Helsinki University met in Ilse´s. Eating tomato and pea soup, blueberry quark (rahka) with talkkuna, talking about cycling and TdH. You may recognize two persons? No, they are not mito-persons, they are the coaches of the Team 🙂
This time I could use a new baking form, a special cake pan made for Pandoro, Christmas cake from Verona. I´m going to bring this form back to Italy after some months, so it´s time to use it. (Tikusta asiaa, kakku…)
Grappa Cake, basic recipe.
Just multiply the measures to have a larger dough. (I used 3 as multiplier).
100 g butter, 100 g sugar, 1 egg, 50 g wheat flour, 50 g potato flour and 1 spoon (15 ml) grappa.
Mix the butter and sugar, add the eggs one by one. I use to add one spoon flours after each egg. Add the flours, then grappa. So simple, so good!
Yes, I should have multiplied with 4 or 5.
This is not EXACTLY what I was trying to create. This cake was meant to be Cake Monte Grappa, but it transformed to volcanic mountain in the oven???I had to serve it upside down, it seems to be Cake Vesuvio.
Tasty, however, with Team Mito.