I continue to learn the desserts, which were popular in the Soviet times. I was born in the USSR, but in conscious age came together with the restructuring.
While the market is flooded with all sorts of Snickers and Mars and is nastoschee delicious cakes, which are prepared according to the guests, was replaced by cakes TU (technical specifications).
In the last article I talked about Prague Bird's Milk and Kiev. Link to this article will leave at the end. In comments to her readers informed that I promptly forgot a huge number of delicious cakes. Today corrects and tell about cakes Abrikotin, Flight and Pest.
Sand cakes, butter cream and sweet pink top. And, of course, liquor Abrikotin whereby cake got its name. Now I have this cake for sale no longer see. But really I wanted to try.
Unfortunately, I could not find a color photo of the cake, so I had to insert the black / white out "production of pastries and cakes" books.
By the way, if you have a picture of this cake, share in the comments, I'll put it in an article.
Bezeynye shortcakes peanuts, a layer of cream butter. And how beautifully it was decorated this cake! Flying was my favorite cake as a child. Neither party did not pass without it.
Who invented the cake flying and when I did not find. But the composition is very similar to Kiev. It was available throughout the country. Many of my readers in the comments on the last article mentioned this cake as their favorite.
The cake was sold in Budapest restaurant. We prepared it from the dough. Cakes sandwiching jam or marmalade. Top coated protein cream cake. Now, this cake is not produced, so I try it but could not.
The comment that the cake was very soft and pleasant. But many readers are interested in, as they have protein soft cream?
I can not say, but my guess is. They whipped protein for meringues, and then put in the oven for 2-3 minutes. Meringues kept pace a little dry on the surface, but inside was wet.
And what were your favorite cakes, tell us about it in the comments.
Favorite cakes of the past. What sweetness adored in the USSR. Part 1