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Ingredients

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Wheat Flour – 2 ½ cups (320 g)
Lemons – 1 ½
Eggs – 3
Salt – to taste
Sugar – 1 cup (200 g)
Kefir – 7 fl oz (200 ml)
Baking Soda – 1 tsp
Vegetable Oil – 7 tbsp
Powdered Sugar – 3 tbsp

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Lemon Cake With Kefir

Lemon Cake With Kefir

Features:
  • Vegetarian
  • 55 min
  • Serves 6
  • Medium

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When I first tried making this lemon cake it instantly became my new go-to easy baking recipe. This simple treat is made with kefir and also has a delicious sugar glaze to make it more festive.

The cake turns out fluffy, and very fragrant! All due to the lemon, which you only need to throw in a blender and combine with the batter.

Steps

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First, wash a lemon, cut it into pieces, and process in a blender.

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Add salt to the eggs, beat until foamy. Then gradually add the sugar, whisking at the same time. You should get a fluffy light mixture.

3
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Add a spoonful of baking soda to a cup of room temperature kefir, wait a minute, then add it to the eggs.

4
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Add the oil to the liquid mixture. Continue whisking. Gradually add the flour, until you get a semi-liquid batter. Add in the lemon puree.

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Pour the batter into a baking dish brushed with butter and bake in an oven preheated to 350 °F (180 °C) for 40 minutes. Beat the powdered sugar with the juice of half a lemon. Pour the glaze over the cool cake and serve.

There is nothing better than a cup of tea with a piece of fragrant cake! Especially on long winter evenings. The secret of this particular recipe is that it's tasty and festive, but super easy to make. Making lemon cake with kefir is fun (even on a weeknight). I hope you enjoy this simple yet delicious dessert!

Lisa

Like many people nowadays, I love to explore new places. My favorite type is slow travelling, when you can really blend in with locals and learn about new cultures and languages. But I think there are also perfect times for enjoying freshly baked pastry, a cup of fragrant coffee, and a good movie in the comfort of your own home. I guess I'm kind of a cultural omnivore, and I watch different types of movies, but the ones about art and food inspire me the most!

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