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The most creamy cake you have ever tried – brioche recipe

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Ingredients

6 egg
600 ml Milk
1 1/2 cup (to taste) Sugar
Vanilla
400 gr Brioche loaf
Sliced almonds

The most creamy cake you have ever tried – brioche recipe

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Hello friends. Don’t miss today’s cake recipe. I’ll show you how to make the creamiest cake you’ve ever tasted. The easiest part of making this cake is that we won’t be baking a cake base, we’ll be using a store-bought Brioche loaf. So we won’t waste any time and everything will happen very quickly.

Finally you will be able to enjoy one of the most delicious cakes you have ever tasted. Follow each of the listed steps and things will happen. Don’t be afraid, it’s not difficult at all!

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Steps

1
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Start with measure the milk - 600 ml. Pour the milk into a bowl. Let's add some flavor - vanilla or lemon juice. Measure the sugar - 1 1/2 cups. The best way is just add the sugar and taste if needs more sugar add more. Stir until sugar melts. Then, add 6 eggs and mix it very well with fork or electric whisk. Strain the mixture.

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Cut the Brioche loaf into slices about 2 cm thick. Dip each slice of Brioche loaf into the egg mixture and arrange into the tray. The remaining mixture pour on the top of the dipped slices. Sprinkle some sliced Almonds or another nuts and then is time to bake!

3
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Bake at 170 C Degrees (Fan) until golden colour is obtain on the top! Leave the cake to cool down and then slice it! Enjoy and thank you :)

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