This Lambada delights has a taste of childhood for me. We had this at almost every family reunion, everyone loves it, and it’s also pretty quick to prepare. My kids also associate this cake with the big family reunions in Austria. 🙂
Where the name Lambada comes from or why it is called Lambada? I unfortunately do not know. But I know that the taste is simply excellent. Not too sweet, light and fluffy, somewhat fruity and just irresistible.
This is basically a sponge cake base with orange custard, whipped cream and soaked ladyfingers on top.
These Lambada delights tastes in summer as well as in winter or just anytime.
You will find this delicious recipe here:
- 5 eggs
- 150 g sugar
- 5 tbsp hot water
- some vanille
- 150 g flour
- ¼ tsp baking powder
- 500 ml orange juice
- 1 sachet vanilla custard powder (for cooking)
- 400 ml single cream
- 1 sachet vanilla sugar
- 2 tsp whip cream stiffener
- about 30 ladyfingers
- about 150 ml orange juice
- 2 cl rum
- 50 g semi bitter chocolate
- ½ tsp coconut oil
Whisk eggs, sugar, hot water and vanilla until light and creamy.
Sieve flour and baking powder and fold in egg mixture.
Spread evenly on baking tray with baking paper.
Bake in preheated oven at 180° C for about 16 to 18 minutes.
Leave to cool.
Dissolve vanilla custard powder in some orange juice.
Bring rest of orange juice to boil.
Pour in dissolved custard powder while stirring.
Bring to boil and remove from fire.
Spread warm orange custard on sponge base
Put in a cool place.
Whisk cream, vanilla and cream stiffener until stiff.
Spread on custard layer.
Dip ladyfingers in a orange juice-rum-mix and arrange on whipped cream.
Chop chocolate and put with the coconut oil in a freezer bag.
Hang freezer bag in hot water until it is melted and squeeze a bit to mix. Cut off the tip and pipe stripes on the ladyfingers.
Leave to cool down.
I like to use a baking frame on the baking tray, but this is not really necessary, you can do without.
Maggi & Family
More delicious “tray” cakes:
Apple Cinnamon Treats
Choco Coco Delights
Rhubarb Crumble Cake
Tasty Apple Cake
Plum Crumble Cake
Please do not hesitate to share your ideas!
Suggestions and critics are welcome.
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