Cooking time: 35 min
Preparation time: 15 min
Serves: 6 people
Alpro soya vanilla pudding 1 (I’m at Pam, for details click here)
flour (quantity as to fill the pudding-jar 3 times after it has been emptied)
sugar (quantity as to fill the pudding-jar 2 times after it has been emptied)
olive oil or corn (quantity as to fill half of the pudding-jar after it has been emptied)
1 tablespoon baking soda or yeast (16 gr.)
1 oven (usually it is not mentioned, but last week when it broke mine, I realized how indispensable it is 😛 )
Separate the yolks from the whites, then add half the sugar (1 cup) and whites: beat with a whisk (by hand or electric) to reduce the ingredients in a cream swollen and clear. Always beating, add the two egg yolks.
Stir in the vanilla pudding (preferably not cold from the fridge), some grated lemon and orange peel. Add the remaining sugar (1 cup) and the juice of an orange juice (if the orange is not quite juicy you can use two) and stir to mix well.
After sifted flour (3 cups) and yeast (1 sachet), add (always gently) the previously mixed with the other ingredients. Finally add the half jar of corn oil or olive oil. Stir vigorously until mixture is smooth and finally pour into a lightly oiled and floured mold.
Bake the orange tart in a preheated oven at 180 degrees celcius for about 35 minutes.
A great variation on the cake is the Orange-Apple Tart with orange juice over where you can add 2 Golden Delicious apples cut into small cubes and put in the dough.
We have tasted it with a smoothie with blueberries, strawberries and banana: a rich and healthy mix!
Have fun cooking and let me know how it tastes!