I would like to find a German torte recipe for a dessert I had in a restaurant lately. It was in a cupcake liner, was tasty like a cheesecake with a gel topping, sliced kiwi and strawberries in the topping. Hope you can help.
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Here is a recipe that I received from a German Friend
Large Tart (tart pan)
Bake at 350 15-25 minutes
75 grams butter (1 tablespoon = 20 grams)
75 grams regular sugar
2 teaspoons full vanillin sugar **
150 grams flour
1 level teaspoon baking powder
About 2 tablespoons milk
** vanillina sugar (place a couple vanilla beans in a med size container with super fine sugar. I couldn't find this type of sugar at my grocery. So my friend told me about making it this way. Make it before you decide to make the tart.
Make large box of jello. I find that Strawberry or Cherry works best. Put in frige and let it set till some what thick, but easy enough to spoon over fruit.
Use large can of sliced peachs or fruit cocktail (DRAINED)
Cream butter, add sugars gradually, then eggs and salt. Add sifted flour and baking powder. Add only so much milk that dough drops heavly from spoon.
Grease tart pan. Spread dough evenly into pan. Bake at 350 for 15 to 25 minutes till golden brown and tooth picked to be sure it is baked.
You can make your own cooked vanilla pudding or buy some at the grocery store. I use those little snack puddings.
Turn tart out of pan on to a large serving pan. I pizza pan can work well.
Spread pudding over the tart, making sure that the bottom of the tart is covered.
Spoon drained fruit over pudding.
Finish with spooning thickened jello over fruit.
Place in refrigerator till set. Then you can cover it with alum foil.
Serve with cool whip or whipped cream.
This can be also made in small tart pans for individual servings.
This is my son favorite dessert.
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