This morning I discovered a few dying pears, so the task for the morning was clear. To make them into something simple, fast, and of course, good. I have never used pears for baking, so I had no idea what to expect from a cake. Because we decided to go on a weekend trip, the fridge was quite empty, and there were not many things other than leftovers. However, I think the mission was successfull and I will definitely make it again.
cake form with a diameter of 24 cm
- 100g butter
- 1 egg
- peel from one chemically untreated lemon
- 80g almond flour
- 80g plain rice flour
- 60g flour Schaer mix B
- 50g rice sugar (sugar)
Beat the butter and sugar together. add in the flour, sifted together then add the, egg and lemon peel. Make a smooth Linz dough, which you should store in the fridge. As I wrote in the introduction, there was no specific time. Now press the dough onto the base of the tin, using your knuckles and set aside.
Vanilla pudding layer with pears:
- three larger, peeled and sliced pears
- 200ml 40% whipping cream
- 150g Greek yogurt
- sweetener to taste
- 40g of vanilla pudding powder
- a pinch of cinnamon to sprinkle
Combine the cream, yogurt, vanilka pudink powdwr, sweetener and egg into a smooth cream, which is poured over the linzer dough. Put sliced pears into the cream and lightly sprinkle with cinnamon.
Bake to 180 degrees until the edges of the cake are light brown and the center of the cake is stiff.
cut with a sharp knife when cool.