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Very fragrant cake, with ricotta and two flours

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Very fragrant cake, with ricotta and two flours

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The 11/01/2016

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Very fragrant cake, ricotta and 2 flour

Very fragrant cake, with ricotta and two flours

Here is another recipe of mine, a delicious cake with African flavors, with naturally gluten-free African flours. It is particularly fragrant and will delight, I hope your household !!!

For 8 to 10 pieces of cake

Preparation time : 10 minutes

Cooking time : 35 minutes

What you need

– 250 g ricotta

– 100 g yellow corn flour

– 50 g de farine de fonio

– 3 eggs

– 100 g sugar

– 70 g sesame or peanut oil

– 1 baking powder 11 g

– 4 g ginger

– 4 g cinnamon

1 pinch of white or black Penja pepper (optional)

 

 

Very fragrant cake, ricotta and 2 flour

 

Preparation of the recipe

- To preheat the oven (190°C)

- Mix the ricotta vigorously in a bowl first, then the eggs, sugar, oil and spices

- Add the flour, yeast and mix well

- Pour the dough into a cake mold shirt from 24 centimeters and cook for about 30 to 35 min at 190 ° C. (convection oven)

Chemiser: cover the sides of the mold with baking paper to facilitate demoulding. You can also oil the mold and sprinkle it or not with flour simply.

 

 

Very fragrant cake, ricotta and 2 flour

 

 

 

What you need (VEGETABLE RECIPE. VERSION 1)

– 200 g plant-based yogurt

– 100 g yellow corn flour

– 50 g de farine de fonio

– 125 g of banana (very ripe fruit) or a black-skinned plantain

– 50 g sugar

– 70 g sesame or peanut oil

– 1 baking powder 11 g

– 4 g ginger

– 4 g cinnamon

1 pinch of white or black Penja pepper (optional)

Preparation of the recipe

- To preheat the oven (190°C)

– Mix vigorously in a salad bowl first the banana or plantain, then the yogurt, sugar, oil and spices

- Add the flour, yeast and mix well

- Pour the dough into a cake mold shirt from 24 centimeters and cook for about 45 at 50 min at 190°C. (convection oven)

Chemiser: cover the sides of the mold with baking paper to facilitate demoulding. You can also oil the mold and sprinkle it or not with flour simply.

 

 

 

 

 

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Don't forget to consult the section (Tips / Advice / variants / information)

Results, the 10 January.

Classic or vegetable recipe, you have the choice, It just has to be the version 2 of one or the other recipe

Make an even more delicious variation of the recipe

Version 2 Classic

You add 1 egg, 50 g crushed chocolate, a nice ripe and firm mango cut into brunoise (technique which consists of cutting the fruits or vegetables into small cubes of identical size)

Version 2 vegetable (vegan)

You put more 50 g crushed chocolate, a nice ripe and firm mango cut into brunoise (technique which consists of cutting the fruits or vegetables into small cubes of identical size).

 

 

 

 

Tips / Advice / variants / information

* Here is an even more gourmet variant of the recipe to which you add 1 egg, 50 g crushed chocolate, a nice ripe and firm mango cut into brunoise (technique which consists of cutting the fruits or vegetables into small cubes of identical size)

* At home, we taste this warm cake, sliced, then draped in her velvet dress (velvety mango lime) . I love this cake with teas and infusions (kinkéliba, lemongrass, lemon verbena ...)

* All ovens do not work in the same way, the times I give you are only indicative and valid for the device I use.

 

 

Some reading

 

“Corn over time

The term " But »Appeared in the French language in 1519, first in the form of "maiz", then in 1544, in its current form. It derives from Spanish more, who borrowed it from the Caribbean mahis meaning "source of life".

 

But where does the corn come from??
"Wheat from Turkey", "Spanish wheat", "Italian wheat", " thousand ", " Corn ", these terms have long designated corn, in times when we didn't know he was from America.

Corn is native to Mesoamerica (Mexico, Guatemala). It would have been domesticated a few millennia before our era, possibly in two separate places, either in Mexico and in the highlands of Peru, where very different types from each other have appeared and evolved, which explains why there is such a variety in modern forms. Much has been speculated about its wild ancestor, never found in nature, until an American geneticist announced, in 2004, that it was probably born from a spontaneous cross between two very similar plants, teosinte, considered to be the most plausible candidate, and another grass belonging to the genus Tripsack. Please continue reading.” https://www.passeportsante.net/fr/Nutrition/EncyclopedieAliments/Fiche.aspx?doc=mais_nu

 

 

“Food widely used by farm animals, corn is one of the staples of the human diet. There are three qualities :

corn grain
Second cereal after wheat, grain corn is mainly used as feed for farm animals (poultry and pigs)

Silage corn or forage corn
It is mainly used for bovine feed

Sweet corn
It is found between July and October, this corn is intended for human consumption

Corn is a herbaceous plant that is cultivated as a cereal for its starch-rich grains. Botanically, it is a fruit, culinary it is a vegetable, and at the level of its culture, it's a cereal !

Corn is therefore a key, and this is felt in its particular composition, since corn contains nearly 12 g of carbohydrates per 100 g, what is around 2,5 times the average amount of carbohydrate in vegetables, while remaining much less rich in carbohydrates than traditional “starchy foods”.

Some vitamins & interesting minerals for cooked corn

Nutritional data on maize are mostly available for the cooked corn (since it cannot be eaten raw). It is a plant that provides significant amounts of B vitamins, especially in vitamin B5 (with over 13% reference nutritional values ​​for 100 g), in folate or vitamin B9 (with over 11% des VNR), in vitamin B3 and B6 (near 10% NRVs for everyone).

Mineral sides, potassium and phosphorus figure prominently, with nearly 11% NRVs covered for everyone. The rest of the information to read opposite https://www.nutriting.com/ingredients/mais/?v=11aedd0e4327.”

 

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