Pudingos cake

Hello everybody!

One another cake suitable for traveling I really like is a Hungarian cake Pudingos. As you can see from its name, it will have something to do with pudding, or no? But it´s not a common chocolate pudding buti its more amazing and sweet and cocoa version. You will see.

I said it´s good for traveling because it can last long, tastes good even after few days and it stays in shape. And from one portion you get 2 giant cakes so you can also share it with your friends and have a good meal.



Dough: 450g of flour, 50g of powdered sugar, 1 leaven, 1 baking powder, 3 tbsp of oil, 200ml of milk, snow from three egg whites (I have no idea how you call that white thing you get after mixing it for a long time in your country), pinch of salt

Cream: 1 chocolate pudding, 250ml of milk, 2 tbsp of cocoa, 150g of sugar, 1/2 of regular butter


How to do it?

First cream. Make a thick pudding from pudding, milk, cocoa and sugar. Then add butter, mix already made pudding with this butter and let it cool down somewhere (balcoon).

This cake is made of rising, so you will need to do a sourdough from 1 leaven, half of our portion of milk (100ml, put it into microwave for 30s because it should be hot or at least warm) and a pinch of salt. Let it ferment while making a dough. Making of dough is actually very easy, you just mix all the ingredients together (don´t forget to make a snow from those eggs) and then when is the yeast already done, add that too.

Divide the dough into 4 equal parts, spread every piece, coat every one with pudding, roll every one into a pancake, 2 pancakes interweave into a ,,seedcake”. Smear it with egg yolk and cook it on the temperature of 200°C for 20-25 minutes.


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