How to cook a potato cake?
Hello! Do you like to cook? I am sure that now all men scroll in their heads favorite recipes for cooking kebabs, potatoes with mushrooms or fish, and all the ladies remember which soup is better to pamper your family.
Now we will try to compromise - we will prepare the sweetness. I'll tell you how to make a potato cake. Go!
What we need:
- Cookies (From 700 to 900 grams)
- Bank of condensed milk
- Butter (About 200 grams)
- Cocoa (Several teaspoons)
Also, you can add: wine, brandy, liqueur, raisins or other dried fruits, and indeed everything your heart desires!
From this amount of ingredients we will have between 20 and 25 cakes, approximately.
- Pass the biscuit through the meat grinder, in general, grind it.
- Mix condensed milk and softened butter.
- Add additional ingredients (wines, brandies ...) and cocoa.
- Mix the resulting mass with cookies.
- We make a cake
- Put the cake in the fridge for about 5 hours
- Enjoy a snack!
By the way, do you know how this cake appeared?
In the nineteenth century in Finland there lived a certain Johann Ludwig Runeberg. Johan is a famous Finnish poet. In Finland, the day of Runeberg is still celebrated on February 5th.
But this day became a holiday much earlier: as early as the beginning of 1900. On this day, with the interesting name Liputuspavia, all residents of the northern country put up flags.
Duck here, once, in the house, to the then already well-known poet, came quite famous guests. However, there was nothing to treat them: the family did not live very well. They only had old cookies and some booze. And in the old days, cookies were bought with bags, and not like now, therefore there were a lot of fragments and powder from cookies on the bottom of the bag.
While Runeberg entertained the guests with poems, his wife ground the biscuits, added sour cream, jam, liqueur and knead the whole mass out of it, from which it formed the cake.
This creation was so much liked by the guests that, over time, it spread throughout the country.
That's all, I told you how to cook a potato cake, bon appetit and see you soon!