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Colorful Kuglof

Updated: Mar 11

  • Kuglof is an ideal cake for festive days and is made all over Europe, especially in Germany, France, and even Italy, although Iranians have + in exchange for Panettone. It can be made in several ways and one of them is in this recipe, combined with raisins, dried fruit, candied fruit, cocoa, chocolate, and fruit etc. I personally adore it and always make it on winter days and on festive occasions. It is a very tasty and decorative cake. Follow recipe.

Ingredients: simple, total time: 75 min. 8 servings
  • 3 eggs/ room temperature

  • 200 g of sugar

  • 2 bags of vanilla sugar/ 20 g or 1 flat spoon of vanilla paste

  • 250 ml oil

  • 375 ml of milk + 1 Tbsp

  • 450 g of flour

  • 1 bag of baking powder/ 10 g

  • 15 g cocoa

  1. Beat eggs, room temperature and gradually add sugar. Stir until you get a thick and light mass, and finally add the vanilla. (I used cane sugar and I put only 150 g because we don't like a lot of sweet, for you, who like sweet, put all 200 g)

  2. Add the oil slowly, stirring constantly, and finally, add the milk and combine everything together.

  3. Sift the flour together with the baking powder.

  4. Using a whisk, combine the flour with the liquid mass, adding a little at a time, and when you have combined the first amount, add a little of the remaining flour.

  5. If you like, you can add orange or lemon peel.

  6. Pour a spoonful of milk into a small bowl and add cocoa and melt in the milk.

  7. Divide the whole mass into two parts (for me, it was a little more than 600 g each part) and add cocoa to one part and mix well with the white mass.

  8. Spray the kuglof mold (the largest one you have) well with baking spray, or grease it with butter and lightly flour it.

  9. Pour a spoon all over the bottom, first white mass (you will need about 3 to 4 spoons of mass). Then pour the mass with cocoa over it, then pour the white mass over the mass with cocoa, and so on until you have the material.

  10. Turn on the oven to 175 to 180 °C (do this when you start pouring the mass into the mold, while you finish pouring, the oven will heat up), bake for about 45–50 minutes. Check with a toothpick whether the cake is done.

  11. Leave in the mold to cool briefly and then turn on the wire and allow cooling completely.

  12. You can pour kuglof with melted chocolate or just sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Buon appetito!

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