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Carrot Cake with Chocolate Icing Recipe
Biscuit simple in execution, effortlessly grating carrots and whipping with a mixer! Cooking takes only 15 minutes, with no baking time, of course, plus 5 minutes for the frosting and a little time for the decoration. Therefore, I can safely call the biscuit "lazy", suitable for those who have little time, but need to quickly, effectively and most importantly-delicious!
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Sponge:
Glaze:
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Sponge:
Glaze:
Instructions
  1. Peel the carrots and cut into washers.
    Peel the carrots and cut into washers.
  2. Place in a blender (food processor), add the butter, eggs and sugar and beat until smooth.
    Place in a blender (food processor), add the butter, eggs and sugar and beat until smooth.
  3. Mix flour and baking powder. Sift to the carrot mixture and stir with a spatula.
    Mix flour and baking powder. Sift to the carrot mixture and stir with a spatula.
  4. Add zest and vanilla. Stir with a spatula.
    Add zest and vanilla. Stir with a spatula.
  5. The bottom of the form 26 cm in diameter lay baking paper. Nothing to lubricate. Place the dough in the mold.
    The bottom of the form 26 cm in diameter lay baking paper. Nothing to lubricate. Place the dough in the mold.
  6. Bake in a preheated 170* C oven until Golden brown for 40 minutes. Focus on your oven! Release the biscuit from the mold and cool completely! Tip: If you have a dome formed during baking, turn the still hot biscuit bottom up, the dome will spread as much as possible.
    Bake in a preheated 170* C oven until Golden brown for 40 minutes. Focus on your oven!
Release the biscuit from the mold and cool completely!
Tip: If you have a dome formed during baking, turn the still hot biscuit bottom up, the dome will spread as much as possible.
  7. Glaze: Place all the ingredients in a saucepan and heat, stirring, until the ingredients combine into a smooth mixture. After bringing to a boil, cook for 5 minutes at the lowest temperature of the stove to thicken the glaze. Cool, stirring constantly. The glaze should thicken, but it is easy to spread!
    Glaze:
Place all the ingredients in a saucepan and heat, stirring, until the ingredients combine into a smooth mixture. After bringing to a boil, cook for 5 minutes at the lowest temperature of the stove to thicken the glaze. Cool, stirring constantly. The glaze should thicken, but it is easy to spread!
  8. And apply to the biscuit. Conclusion: Frosting is a miracle! Gentle, rich, very easy to apply to the surface! RECOMMEND!
    And apply to the biscuit.
Conclusion: Frosting is a miracle! Gentle, rich, very easy to apply to the surface! RECOMMEND!
  9. In the original recipe, this is not a biscuit, but a pie... but somehow the hand did not rise to print the cake... The taste and consistency of the biscuit is very similar to chiffon, one difference-easier and much easier to work with. By the way, it can easily serve as a basis for the cake!
    In the original recipe, this is not a biscuit, but a pie... but somehow the hand did not rise to print the cake... The taste and consistency of the biscuit is very similar to chiffon, one difference-easier and much easier to work with.
By the way, it can easily serve as a basis for the cake!
  10. A piece!
    A piece!

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