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Cake Salé with blue cheese and walnuts
Cake Salé with blue cheese and walnuts
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This homemade Cake Salé with blue cheese and walnuts is prepared in just a few minutes. It is easy to make, so you don’t need to be an baking expert to bake this cake from scratch. The result is a soft and moist bread filled with cheese and nuts. Can be served as a starter, appetizer, picnic food or as part of a buffet. The cake is also known as Savory cake or salty bread, and is mostly eaten cold

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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150 gr Blue cheese
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100 gr Walnuts
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100 gr Grated cheese
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130 ml Milk
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3 Eggs
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150 gr Flour
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100 ml Rapeseed oil
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8 gr Baking powder
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1 pinch Salt
Oven temperature:
180 degrees Celcius
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Preheat the oven at 180 degrees Celsius.
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Mix the flour, baking powder, salt, and eggs in a bowl.
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Heat up the milk and the oil in a casserole.
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Add the liquid to the flour mixture bit by bit and mix well.
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Add the grated cheese to the batter and stir.
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Cut the blue cheese in bites and mix in the batter.
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Crush gently the nuts and mix well the batter.
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Pour the batter in a long baking form.
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Place in the middle of the oven for 40 minutes.
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Take out the cake and let it cool down before serving it.
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