Fei Nan Xue BRIC Cake, simple and time-saving! The exterior is crisp and the inside entrance is instant. Give your kids a perfect little snack! ▶My Sina Weibo: Http://weibo.com/davidcooking In 2008, I created a food blog for my grandmother. She loves food and likes to share the fun of cooking, and I am responsible for recording her. Together with her, we have completed more than 100 food videos, and we are fortunate enough to go to newspapers and TV. Unfortunately, she passed away in October 2010. In order to continue her love for food, I decided to continue this food blog. Now we have more than 180 videos. Today, I want to share my culinary journey in China because I think you might like French cuisine. ▶ Website : http://www.lacuisinedemonica.com
Heat and melt 170 grams of butter. Put it aside and cool down.
Mix 250 grams of powdered sugar, 140 grams of almond powder and 50 grams of sieved flour.
In the mixture of the previous step, 5 egg whites were added, and the fusion was vigorously stirred from the middle to the periphery.
Add the melted butter and stir it up.
Then add a few drops of bitter almond milk (not required) to enhance the taste.
Fill the final blend into the rectangular mold of the Fernan Snow Cake.
Add raspberry or almond flakes.
Put in a 180 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Release after cooling.
There is no square mold, you can also use other shapes! The prototype of Fernan Snow BRIC cake is round! Known as the "nun" cake. Now in some cake shops in France, you can find these Feinan snow cakes that retain the shape of the past and reveal a few nostalgic flavors!