₹20.00 – ₹500.00
Vanilla cake dipped in honey and sugar with the coconut flower coating and jam glazed.
Includes Knife and candles
- Store cake in a refrigerator.
- Consume the cake within 24 hours.
Note: Design and icing of cake may vary from the image shown here since each chef has his/her own way of baking and designing a cake.
Honey Cake or Medovik is a layer cake popular in countries of the former Soviet Union. The identifying ingredients are honey and smetana (sour cream) or condensed milk.
It is a dessert which is known for its lengthy preparation time. It consists of layers of sponge cake with a cream filling and is often covered with nuts or crumbs made from leftover cake. While the thin layers harden shortly after coming out of the oven, the moisture of the filling softens it again over time. There are many recipes and variations of this cake, but, the main ingredient is honey, giving it the characteristic taste and flavor.
The cake was created in the 19th century in the Russian Empire by a young chef who sought to impress Empress Elizabeth Alexeievna, wife of Alexander I. Empress Elizabeth couldn’t stand honey, and any dish made with it drove her mad. One day, however, a young new confectioner in the Imperial kitchen didn’t know the Empress’ dislike, and he baked a new cake with honey and thick sour cream. Surprisingly, and unaware of the honey content, Empress Elizabeth immediately fell in love with it. Medovik gained its intense popularity during the Soviet era. Today, there are numerous variations of Medovik: with condensed milk, buttercream or custard.
- For a Serving Size of 30 g (30g)
- Calories 120
- Calories from Fat 45 (37.5%)
|Value Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
*Nutritional information values from internet sources for reference.
1 kg, 1 Pcs, 250 g, 500 g
Baking Powder, Baking Soda, Curd, Honey, Milk, Plain Flour, Refined Oil, Strawberry Jam, Sugar, Vanilla Extract, Water
5 days from the date of packing (when stored in an airtight container)
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