English version at the end of this post
Zutaten (für eine Kastenform):
- 225g Weizenmehl
- 90g Zucker
- 100ml Rapsöl
- 4 Eier (Größe M)
- 5 EL Zitronensaft
- 1 TL Backpulver
- 1 Pck. Vanillezucker
- 1 Prise Salz
- Puderzucker und Zitronensaft für die Glasur
In einer großen Rührschüssel die Eier, den Zucker, den Vanillezucker mit dem Rapsöl schaumig schlagen. Den Zitronensaft unterrühren. Das Backpulver mit dem Mehl verrühren und in die Eimasse unterrühren.
In eine gefettete Kastenform füllen und bei 180°G ca. 30 Minuten backen.
Den Kuchen aus dem Backofen holen und etwas ankühlen lassen bevor ihr ihn auf ein Kuchengitter stürzt.
Mit dem Puderzucker und den restlichen Zitronensaft der Zitrone eine dickflüssige Glasur mischen und über den Kuchen verteilen. Alles gut erkalten und die Glasur festwerden lassen.
Und jetzt noch ein paar frostige Bilder aus dem Garten.
Bevor ihr kommentiert lest bitte meine Datenschutzerklärung durch. Danke
[Advertisement – without assignment] Uuupsss, hello! Here I am. So January goes over so fast, AHA 🙂 So I was not idle when you think that, a lot has happened. For example, the move, the final move is finally completed. But that went along with a lot of driving back and forth (there are over 600km between two places of residence), some flights, hours of train travel, etc. The whole thing in a very pregnant state, since mid-January I am officially in maternity protection 🙂 Nevertheless, I still had to pack boxes, bring my old tomcat with the car in his new home (again 600km) and so on. The whole thing was topped by 3 weeks of crippling pain from a pinched nerve in my back. I could barely walk, carry something, stoop, or do anything else. Nevertheless, I had to pack boxes. , , , You see, I was busy, but couldn´t do anything for my blog. Then now I have to do birth preparation courses, hospital information evenings, medical appointments and bureaucracy. Uiuiui. What you have to pay attention to in order to have a child! But that used to be more simple in the past – at least my mother says 🙂 and she’s right. But even there I will get through. Let’s see how it annoys me after the application for parental leave !!! But despite the pinched nerve, I did not stop myself from baking a bit and taking pictures when there was a frosty night here. I did not come far, I admit that, but at least I made it to the garden. For half a day there was even snow here! For half a day! I would have been more pleased, but maybe there will be something more of it this year. So today comes an interim hello from me with a combinated post with a recipe of a delicious juicy lemon pound cake and a few frost pictures from the garden. Depending on when the child decides to come, you might hear something from me or not:-)
Ingredients (for a box baking tin):
- 225g wheat flour
- 90g sugar
- 100ml rapeseed oil
- 4 eggs (size M)
- 5 tbsp lemon juice
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 tbsp vanilla sugar
- 1 pinch of salt
- powdered sugar and lemon juice for the glaze
Beat the eggs, the sugar and the vanilla sugar with the rapeseed oil in a large mixing bowl until frothy. Stir in the lemon juice. Mix the baking powder with the flour and stir into the egg mass.
Fill into a greased tin and bake at 180 ° C for approx. 30 minutes.
Remove the cake from the oven and let it cool before you put it on a wire rack.
Mix a thick glaze with the powdered sugar and the remaining lemon juice of the lemon and spread over the cake. Cool everything well and allow the glaze to set.
And now a few frosty pictures from the garden.