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The countertop recipe is very simple, you just have to respect the proportions, ie 30g sugar and 30 g flour for 1 egg used, and the mixing time should be enough to incorporate enough air in the composition, about 20 minutes.
For starters, I lined the tray with baking paper. I placed the paper separately in a circle on the bottom of the tray and another strip on the walls of the form. I glued it with a little butter.
The ingredients must be at room temperature.
I mixed the eggs together with the sugar at maximum speed for 20-25 minutes, until it triples in volume and acquires the consistency of a cream, the blades of the mixer leaving a mark in the composition.
I heated the oven to 200 degrees.
Flour mixed with salt and baking powder, I put it over the egg foam, in 3 batches, mixing gently with a whisk, with reversing movements rather than mixing.
I then put the composition in the tray and beat the table tray a little, so that the composition settles a little.
I put it in the oven for 30-35 minutes.
Under no circumstances open the oven door for the first 20-25 minutes.
After 20 minutes, I reduced the oven to 180 degrees.
After baking, I let the countertop cool in the oven with the door ajar, then left it on a grill until the next day when I cut it.
I prepared a pudding of 300 ml milk, a spoonful of sugar and an envelope of vanilla pudding.
I mixed it with a whisk, so that it doesn't become lumpy or stick to the pan.
I let the pudding cool.
I used cherries preserved especially for cakes. A recipe I adore, cherries are a delight.
I strained the cherries.
I left the leftover syrup with cherry syrup, up to 300 ml.
I mixed it with the starch and let it boil, stirring constantly, until it thickened.
I also let the jelly cool.
I mixed the mascarpone cream with the powdered sugar, then I incorporated a tablespoon of chilled pudding.
I mixed the whipped cream with the 3 tablespoons of sour cream.
I cut the countertop to obtain three countertops.
I put jelly, cream and cherries over the counter. I put the second countertop, jelly, cream and cherries.
The third countertop was actually the part that was down in the tray, being straighter.
On top I put melted white chocolate on a steam bath. Before it hardened, I put a little jelly over the icing.
I garnished it with whipped cream and cherries.
A wonderful combination of tastes in this spring cake.