Cakes have been uplifting, happiness, joy and at the same time ever since the oven was invented.
When it comes to having a delicious piece of cake, it is simply impossible to find a situation that is too big or too small for a cake.
No important event in life can be completed without marking it with a fun cake-cutting celebration. A delicious and sweet piece of cake can easily lift your mood.
Now this article tells you about favorite cakes from around the world.
Italy – Tiramisu
The name “Tiramisu” means “Pick me up”. This sugary and caffeinated Italian hit is found on Italian menus around the world.
Traditional Tiramisu cake is made of layers of ladyfingers dipped in coffee and piled perfectly with mascarpone cheese whipped with eggs and sugar, but these days many bakers are using sponge cake and adding a little coffee liquor for added flavor.
This cake is made with different flavors like Strawberry and Pistachio.
Germany – Black Forest Cake
This German-made sponge cake with cherries is not only popular in Germany but also very popular all over the world. The original German Black Forest Cake is a complete drunken gourmet affair.
The actual German name of this decadent cake is Schewarzwalder kirschtorte. Now you may be wondering to know the reason behind this particular name. Well, kirschwasser — cherry brandy is used to make this cake.
Just instead of a sprinkling or two, this particular recipe is made with nearly half a cup of Kirsch added to the cherry filling. With the addition of whip cream, every bite of this cake tastes like heaven.
United States – British Cheesecake
This decadent dessert has left all American classics behind with its unforgettable taste. In ancient Greek times, people used to eat sweetened cheese and it was very similar to modern English Cheesecake.
The Romans used to have a grilled version too. Perfectly made of cheese, sugar and eggs on a crushed cookie crust. this particular cake has withstood many diet attacks.
Malaysia/Singapore – Pandan Cake
The radioactive hue of this cake is the USP of this cake and comes with a very natural, woody flavour.
This is a signature chiffon cake infused with the green colored juice of the Padanus palm, a very common South Asian ingredient.
When it comes with a soft yet moist chiffon cake, it is pure heaven.
France – Madeline
It wouldn’t be a classic fresh dessert delicacy if it didn’t contain a hint of modernist experimentalism and finally, decadent deliciousness is here.
Novelist named Marcel Proust examines this delicious dessert in his enormous book “Remembrance Of Things Past.” He explained how it released a flood of childhood memories.
Proust mentions the dry side of this cake, but this scallop-shaped delicacy is best when it’s light, buttery and fluffy. It is always recommended to serve this cake right out of the oven.
When an ordinary sponge is given new life with a layer of chocolate and a sprinkle of coconut, it turns into a Lamginton.
This hugely popular Australian staple cake is named after Lord Lamington, Governor of Queensland from 1896 to 1901.
This sweet blob has become a national icon of Australia. It comes with a zesty raspberry jam filling as the filling and a chocolate ganache used topped with grated coconut.
New Zealand – Pavlova
Named after the world’s most famous Bellerina-Russian dancer Anna Pavlova, this cake truly lives up to her name.
Baked by beating stiff egg whites with sugar and slow-baking batter, this New Zealand staple is sure to win your heart over. On hot summer days, this cake is served with typical summer fruits.
The soft, fluffy marshmallow center will satisfy your taste buds without making you feel stodgy.
The invention of this dessert has always been the subject of debate between Australia and New Zealand for a long time but it has finally been resolved.
Mexico – Tres Leches Cake
Delicious desserts can wow any grown man and this Mecxican Leches cake is a perfect example of this type of cake.
It is basically a light and fluffy sponge cake which is mixed with sweetened condensed milk, evaporated milk and regular milk and finally covered with whipped cake.
The best part about this cake is that it is rich in dosa but manages to be soft and airy.
By now you’ve probably got some awesome staple dessert ideas from around the world and it’s time to start giving this cake a try.