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When the weather gets cold and cloudy, it’s time for a delicious and aromatic cake. I always prepare one with my girls and we enjoy it in front of the fireplace, with a cup of hot tea. Try the following recipe and you will love it. The smell is incredible.
350g. Farina Flour (self-raising flour)
200g. Strained Yoghurt
200g. Butter at room temperature
Zest of 1 medium lemon
1/2 medium lemon juice
-First, beat the butter with a hand mixer, until it becomes smooth.
-Next, pour the sugar and beat it to make an even mixture.
-Gradually add the eggs, cinnamon, ginger, lemon zest, lemon juice and then the yogurt.
-Finally, add the flour, sieving it and mix with a spatula until it is well mixed.
-Pour the mixture into a non-stick cake tin, smooth the top and bake on the middle shelf, in the air, at 356 degrees (Fahrenheit) for 50 minutes to an 1 hour.
At the end, insert a skewer into the center of the cake – it should come out clean and dry. That way you will know the cake is ready!
Let it get cold for 15 minutes before serving it.