White Chocolate Strawberry Cake ( Cakes and Pastries)
by Tarla Dalal
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Intelligence rests in choosing between white or dark chocolate as the situation demands, and once you taste this you will have no doubt that white was the best choice here!
- Place the vanilla cake on a turntable and slice it horizontally into 3 equal parts. Keep aside.
- Combine the sugar syrup and strawberry essence in a bowl to make the soaking syrup and keep aside.
- Soak the bottom layer of the vanilla cake with 1/3 of the soaking syrup.
- Spread ½ cup of white chocolate truffle on the soaked layer of the cake.
- Put ½ the strawberries on top and sandwich with the second layer of the vanilla cake.
- Repeat the steps 3-5 to make 1 more layer on top.
- Soak the topmost layer of the vanilla cake with the remaining soaking syrup.
- Spread the remaining white chocolate truffle evenly on top and at the sides of the cake.
- Transfer the cake onto a cake board and refrigerate for 20 minutes to set.
- Place the cake on a turntable and run a pastry comb along the sides.
- Make the strawberry jelly as per the instructions on the packet. Keep aside to cool. Take a ohp sheet and cut a rectangular strip of 75 mm. (3”) in width. Stick it along the sides of the cake gently.
- Pour the strawberry jelly on top of the cake gradually taking care to see that it doesn’t run down the side.
- Refrigerate to set. Remove the ohp sheet strip and discard it.
- Put grated white chocolate slices along the circumference of the cake.
- Stick strawberry slices along the sides. Cut into wedges and serve.
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