Thursday, 28 July 2011

No bake Plazma Cake

You need:
250 g butter + 3 Tablespoons of sugar, 600g Plazma Biscuits (ground), 200g ground almonds, 100g ground hazelnuts, 4 eggs, 1 can of Fanta (room temperature)

Optional for the top: slivered almonds (like in the photo) or you can cover it with whipped cream.

Mix the butter and sugar till it’s pale and airy, and set aside. Beat the eggs with a mixer, and then start folding them into the butter mix. Start adding the Fanta, bit by bit, as well as all the nuts and biscuits, till you get a firm mixture which you can shape with a spatula, (you may find you will not need to use all of the Fanta).

Turn the mixture onto a serving plate and shape it into a cake form. Finish it with the almonds if desired, and refrigerate for at least 4 h before serving. Alternately, serve cold with cream and a good coffee.

Plazma biscuits are an award-winning product of Serbia, and are an institution unto themselves! They are as Serbian to the Serbs as Vegemite is to the Aussies. They really can't be substituted for other biscuits as they have a distinct toasted flavour.
Plazma are also known as Lane biscuits in export markets.

Fortunately, you can find them in continental specialty food stores, or online
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J e l e n a said...

Još jedan nov blog! Ja sam Jelena sa bloga
Baš mi je drago što sam te otkrila putem ostavljenog komentara na drugom blogu. Radujem se novim receptima.

Nomad said...

Hvala Jelena,
Meni je takodje drago sto si me nasla i jako mi se svidja tvoj blog, specijalno dobos torta.

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