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Vanilla sponge Cake slides. An exceptional yet simple Vanilla Sponge Cake made with pantry staples. I call this a plain-jane Vanilla Sponge Cake, but it's really anything but that. Everyone should have a classic vanilla sponge cake in their.

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Ingredients of Vanilla sponge Cake slides

  1. Prepare 1/2 kg of Vanilla sponge cake.
  2. You need 2 tbsp of whipped cream.
  3. Prepare 3 tbsp of Icing sugar.
  4. It's 1 drop of liquid color.
  5. It's 1 tbsp of marmalade.
  6. You need of glaze.
  7. Prepare 1 tsp of grated white chocolate (for garnish).

Unlike other Vanilla Cake Recipes, this recipe doesn't use butter or condensed milk. I thought sponge cake was cake w/o the egg yoke (??) I've also never known pound cake to be similar to sponge. FWIW sponge cake and pound cake are not at all alike. Sponge is somewhat heavier than angel cake, with the same light airiness about it while pound cake is a dense, heavy cake.

Vanilla sponge Cake slides step by step

  1. Trim the cake to a cuboid shape. cut into thick slices.
  2. Mix the whipped cream with the icing sugar and desired food color.
  3. Spread the marmalade on oneslice of the cake, spread the colored cream on the other.
  4. Stack them.
  5. Spread the whipped cream all round and chill.
  6. Place on a rack with an underliner.
  7. Pour the glaze to create a mirror effect. Garnish and serve..

This easy Victoria sponge recipe creates a soft vanilla-infused sponge cake sandwiched together with a light buttercream and jam filling. Take off any excess otherwise it'll make the outside of your Victoria sponge burn. Greasing your tins properly will make sure the cake slides gently out of the tins. Then line the bottoms of the pans with parchment paper. In a bowl, sift or whisk the flour with.