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Silvia cake
Silvia cake
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This is a soft cake with a coconut and butter frosting. The cake looks a bite pale but it melts in your mouth when you taste it. It will be a big hit with both children and adults. The recipe is for approx sixty pieces so it is perfect for a birthday party or a big gathering.

Ingredient List for 12 servings:
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6 Eggs
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400 gr Sugar
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300 ml Water
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360 gr Flour
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5 teaspoons Baking powder

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200 gr Margarine
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200 gr Sugar
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150 gr Grated coconut
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3 teaspoons Vanilla sugar
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50 gr White chocolate
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2 Egg yellows

Oven temperature:
175 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven at 175 degrees Celsius.
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Place a baking paper in a big oven form approx. forty by thirty centimeters. Butter the paper and sprinkle some of the coconut flakes on the paper.
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Mix the eggs and the sugar very fluffy and white.
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Add the water, flour and the baking powder and mix it well.
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Pour the batter in the oven form, and place the form in the oven for twenty minutes.
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Take out the cake from the oven and let it cool down.

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Mel the margarine and the white chocolate together in a casserole.
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Take the casserole away from the stow and add the sugar, and the vanilla sugar. Let it cool down a few minutes and pour it evenly over the cake bottom.
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Sprinkle the grated coconut on top and let the cake rest for minimum two hours.
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Cut the cake in squares before serving it.

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