Tuesday

A tutorial

Tonight I'll teach you to make a yummy yummy "queen's arm" which is basically a génoise spread with sweet dish of milk and then rolled, dusted with icing sugar. But in my case, is a special "queen's arm" because the sweet dish of milk is mixed with lucuma cream, so it had a different taste, very "lucuma-esque". So for the ingredientes you'll need:

Dun, dun, dun


A mixing bowl, six egg whites, six egg yolks, 1 cup of sugar, 1 cup of flour, 1 Teaspoon of baking powder, a minipimer electrical blender, a silicone sheet and 500 grams of sweet dish of milk mixed with lucuma cream, only if you're coolspice like me. If you're not, then you can use the regular sweet dish of milk. 'Kaythanxbye.


Now for the preparation:

Pour the egg whites onto the bowl

Then, whisk the whites 'till they reach soft peaks. Then pour (softly) the sugar

Add the yolks (like the nice yellow colour? It's because these are organic grown eggs. except that eggs don't "grow", but you get it; right??)

Start whisking

Keep whisking

Add (softly) the previously sifted flour

Whisk again and then add the baking powder and keep on whisking!

Stop whisking for a while and take the tray out of the oven and place the sheet of silicone

Pour the mix onto the sheet that is awesomespice because it doesn't need any butter or oil on it. The génoise won't stick to it. Win!

Then shove it to the oven for about 10 to 15 minutes, medium heat. Then take it out carefully, spread the sweet dish of milk and lucuma cream, rolled it, sprinkle icing sugar and the final result would be this:



Get in to my bellayyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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