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Vanilla magic cake
Vanilla magic cake
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This recipe will give you three cakes in one by using one mixture. The cake will divide itself in three different layers while cooking in the oven. The result is a cake with a fluffy sponge bottom, a creamy custard middle, and a moist dense top layer.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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4 Egg yellows
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4 Egg whites
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2 tablespoons Vanilla sugar
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100 gr Sugar
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125 gr Margarine
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1 tablespoon Water
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500 ml Milk
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115 gr Flour
Oven temperature:
150 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven with electrical heat at 150 degrees Celsius.
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Separate the eggs so you have the egg whites in one bowl, and the egg yellows in another bowl.
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Whip the egg whites to a hard foam.
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Melt the margarine.
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Whip the egg yellows, the sugar, water and the vanilla sugar together. Add the melted margarine while stirring.
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Add the flour and the milk slowly while stirring, and mix it all well.
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Fold the egg whites gently in the bowl with the rest of the ingredients, mix gently together.
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Pour the batter in a baking form and place the cake in the middle of the oven for one hour.
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Take out the cake from the oven and let it rest for three hours before serving it.
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