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Juicy lemon cake from the tray – a very easy recipe

2024-02-24T04:04:31.516Z

Highlights: Juicy lemon cake from the tray – a very easy recipe. Both lemon juice and lemon zest can be used with organic fruits. You don't need much skill to make a homemade cheesecake. Or you can bake a Swedish apple tart without much effort, here is a simple recipe. In the Merkur.de PDF library you will find a large selection of recipes that you can download free of charge after successful registration. Be inspired by the variety of recipes on offer and take a look at the PDF library.



As of: February 24, 2024, 4:48 a.m

By: Anne Hund

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If you like lemon cake, you can simply bake a sheet cake.

Both lemon juice and lemon zest can be used with organic fruits.

Whether children or adults: Many people consider lemon cake to be their favorite cake.

As a sheet cake, you can bake a juicy lemon cake yourself quickly and easily.

Here is a recipe idea that you should try out right away for your next invitation to coffee and cake.

Not only the self-squeezed juice from untreated lemons is used in baking, but also the lemon zest.

However, make sure that you only use organic lemon zest.

Lemon sheet cake with icing is a classic.

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You need the following ingredients for this sheet cake:

  • 250g sugar

  • 300g butter

  • 1 heaped teaspoon of baking powder

  • 300g flour

  • 250g powdered sugar

  • 5 eggs

  • 2 untreated lemons

Bake your own juicy lemon cake from the tray

  • First, use the mixer to beat the butter and sugar in a bowl to create a fluffy, foamy texture, then stir in the eggs.

    Additional ingredients are added in the next steps.

  • You should now wash the untreated lemons thoroughly with hot water.

    Then grate the zest of one lemon and squeeze both lemons.

    Tip: To get as much lemon juice as possible, roll it out tightly over the worktop beforehand.

  • Add the lemon zest and some of the lemon juice (about 3 tablespoons) as well as the flour and baking powder to the mixture (made from butter, sugar and eggs) and mix everything in the bowl to form a smooth dough.

  • You can now spread the whole thing evenly on a baking tray lined with baking paper and bake the cake in the oven at 160 degrees top and bottom heat for about 25 minutes.

  • While you let the cake cool, you can now work on the icing for the lemon cake: Mix the powdered sugar with some of the lemon juice and a small amount of water to make a thick icing.

  • You can now simply spread the icing over the cooled cake.

  • Simply cut the cake into pieces and serve with a slice of lemon on top.

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    You don't need much skill to make a homemade cheesecake that children and adults alike will enjoy.

    Or you can bake a Swedish apple tart without much effort, here is a simple recipe.

    Looking for more recipes?

    In the Merkur.de PDF library you will find a large selection of recipes that you can download free of charge after successful registration.

    Be inspired by the variety of recipes on offer and take a look at the PDF library.

    Discover numerous recipes in the Merkur.de PDF library.

    Source: merkur

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