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Swedish Marble Cake  (Tigerkaka)
Swedish Marble Cake (Tigerkaka)
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This homemade soft marble cake has the flavor of vanilla and chocolate. In Swedish this cake is called "Tigerkaka" which means Tiger cake because the stripes resemble the ones on a tiger. To get the nice marble pattern is the tricky part. The easiest way to make them is to gently stir a fork in the batter right before you place the cake in the oven.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
180 gr Margarine
3 Eggs
1 teaspoon Baking powder
100 ml Milk
240 gr Flour
1 tablespoon Bread crumbles
1 tablespoon Vanilla sugar
2 tablespoons Cacao powder
Oven temperature:
175 degrees Celsius
Preheat the oven with electrical heat at 175 degrees Celsius.
Butter a baking form and sprinkle the bread crumbles in the form.
Mix the margarine and the sugar smooth.
Mix the eggs with the margarine and the sugar fluffy and white in color with an electrical mixer.
Pour the flour, baking powder, and the milk in the batter and stir.
Divide the batter in two different bowls. Add the vanilla sugar in one part and the cacao powder in the other.
Pour half of the vanilla batter in the baking form. Pour the cacao batter on top of the white one, and last add the second part of the vanilla batter on top of the cacao batter in the baking form.
Stir a fork in the batter so you will get a marble pattern.
Put the baking form in the lower part of the oven for fifty minutes. Let it cool down for five minutes and put it upside down on a baking paper .
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