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Cupcake "Family" Recipe
I think every family has their favorite cupcake recipe. It is the one to which we return from year to year... having tried at the same time a lot of other recipes. So I want to share THIS recipe of cupcake... The recipe is absolutely simple and unpretentious, but the output is a delicate, airy, fluffy cake!!! Walnuts, cocoa.. coconut... And all together inexpressibly tasty! We are constantly changing the fillers and get a different taste!!!
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. The butter must first be removed from the refrigerator to make it soft. I use margarine. Beat eggs with sugar until white.
    The butter must first be removed from the refrigerator to make it soft. I use margarine. Beat eggs with sugar until white.
  2. Add softened butter or margarine, sour cream and beat well again.
    Add softened butter or margarine, sour cream and beat well again.
  3. Soda repay vinegar and add to batter. By the way do NOT SUGGEST to REPLACE the SODA with baking POWDER. I did that once, and I didn't like it at all. The structure of the dough was completely different!!! Do not worry, the taste of soda in the finished product is not felt at all!!!
    Soda repay vinegar and add to batter. By the way do NOT SUGGEST to REPLACE the SODA with baking POWDER. I did that once, and I didn't like it at all. The structure of the dough was completely different!!! Do not worry, the taste of soda in the finished product is not felt at all!!!
  4. Sift flour, add vanilla and knead the dough. Perhaps flour will require slightly more or less. The dough should not be too thick, but not liquid.
    Sift flour, add vanilla and knead the dough. Perhaps flour will require slightly more or less. The dough should not be too thick, but not liquid.
  5. The finished dough is divided into 3 parts. In one part add ground walnuts. I used a ready-made walnut crumb. If You like larger pieces you can safely ceiling larger!
    The finished dough is divided into 3 parts. In one part add ground walnuts. I used a ready-made walnut crumb. If You like larger pieces you can safely ceiling larger!
  6. In the second part add cocoa and stir well.
    In the second part add cocoa and stir well.
  7. And in the third part to add coconut or leave just white without filler.
    And in the third part to add coconut or leave just white without filler.
  8. Form grease with butter and sprinkle with flour. At the bottom lay the white dough with coconut. The second layer to lay out chocolate dough with cocoa.
    Form grease with butter and sprinkle with flour. At the bottom lay the white dough with coconut. The second layer to lay out chocolate dough with cocoa.
  9. And the last layer to lay out nut dough. Bake in a preheated 180° oven until dry splinter.
    And the last layer to lay out nut dough. Bake in a preheated 180° oven until dry splinter.
  10. Cool on a wire rack until cool. Decorate as desired. I melted some chocolate and poured it on top. The cake turns out to be incredibly tender and soft!
    Cool on a wire rack until cool. Decorate as desired. I melted some chocolate and poured it on top. The cake turns out to be incredibly tender and soft!

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