Tips and Various Forms of Cold Cakes

There is no mistaking it if in a particular event we offer a variety of cold cakes. In addition to the easy process of making cakes like this many people like. Because it contains a lot of butter or margarine the oni cake mixture becomes soft. Tips for making it successful are as below :

  • Let the mixture become soft, don’t add flour to the mixture because it will make the cake hard.
  • Before cutting it should be frozen in the freezer first after frozen let stand at room temperature. This is so that the mixture does not break when cut.
  • Once in the oven remove and let stand until the cake is warm to the nail. This is to make the cake crispy when it’s cold. Once it’s completely cold, just put it in the jar.
  • Try to cut the cake while turning so that the shape of the dough doesn’t change. This is because the cake easily melts.

The preferred form is:

Triangle shape

This cake can be in the shape of a triangle by forming a brown mixture coated with white dough. To make it easier to print triangular dough coated with baking paper.

The shape resembles a chessboard

A chessboard-like formation can be done by grinding a white and brown dough of ¾ cm and then alternating between brown and white dough to form a chessboard.

Cylindrical shape

Make a cylindrical chocolate dough on bread paper while pressing it. Wrap the bread paper then mix it in the freezer. The cylindrical shape can be varied by grinding the white mixture thinly, coating the brown cylinder with a white dough.

Form of black and white cookies

Make a cylindrical dough between a mixture of white dough that is pasted with a dense, cylindrical chocolate dough with baking paper then freeze.

After the frozen dough let stand for a while at room temperature. Cut into ½ cm thick then arrange in a pastry pan spread with margarine. Bake in the oven for 10-12 minutes with a temperature of 160 degrees Celsius. Lift and let stand until the mixture is cool.

Now, you already know the easy process of making cold cakes. Hopefully useful and please try.