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May 01, 2008

Time for Lagkage

We made Danish layer cake for the Mum's Group at SK the other day.  It was heavenly and tasted just like Farmor's cakes used to taste.  For a good, Danish layer cake you need some really light and airy sponge bases (3), thick vanilla custard mixed with crushed up ameretti biscuits ("makroner"), some good quality raspberry jam and some chopped, fresh strawberries.  Layer one is the custard mixture, layer two is jam, then custard, then strawberries.  Pour thin icing over the top and decoate with whipped cream and some flags/candles/frozen penguins or whatever else springs to mind.

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