Lamington, a small piece of cake in Australia, consists mainly of sponge cakes, topped with chocolate sauce, jelly, etc., and then rolled with shredded coconut. It's easy to make, and kids can get involved and share the joy of hands-on.
First mix the sugar with the egg and mix it with an electric egg beater. The cake oil is boiled in water. Add the cake oil after the egg and sugar are mixed. It is best to beat it. Lift up and have an upright tip!)
Next, add milk and hit it (the speed is low). The butter is insulated and hydrated. Flour is poured through the sieve, and the low-grade whipping is even
Pour the prepared batter into the baking sheet, smooth the surface with a scraper, and shake it on the table before entering the oven. Preheat the oven in advance (fire at 180 ° C, fire at 170 ° C for about 30 minutes)
The chocolate is hydrated and whipped cream. Put the baked cake into the refrigerator, cool it and then buckle it over, tear off the grease, and cut it into cubes with a knife.
That square cake body, the surface is wrapped with chocolate sauce, and then the coconut roll is rolled up, it must be even (you can also change the chocolate sauce to other water jam, the taste is decided according to personal preference!) Refrigerate for a while, taste better! I heard that Laminton and coffee ☕ are more suitable for rainy days.