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“Kouglof” Marble Cake  
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French style cake. “Kouglof” is a traditional cake from Alsace which is also famous in Germany and Austria. You can find “Kouglof” cakes in many European countries, and there are different kinds of recipes. Today, we are introducing a recipe for a butter sponge “kouglof”.
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In a bowl, cream together 90g of sugar and butter.

Stir in beaten egg yolks, a little at a time, and blend well. (Photo #1)

In a bowl, combine egg whites and the rest of the sugar. Beat until stiff to make meringue. (Photo #2)

Divide the batter into two equal portions (170g each). In one portion, stir in 80g of flour and half of the meringue (105g), in that order, and blend. (Photo #3)

Sift together 65g of flour and cocoa powder. To the other portion of batter, stir in the flour mixture and the rest of the meringue, in that order, and blend. (Photo #4)

Transfer the plain batter into a kouglof mold. Then pour in the cocoa batter over the plain batter. (Photo #5)

Using a spatula, swirl to create a marble effect.

Bake in a preheated oven at 180 °C (356 °F) for about 50 minutes until brown. (Photo #6)

Servings per Recipe Calories per Serving Ready In
one 18 cm kouglof mold  372kcal 150 minutes
butter 180g 
sugar 180g 
egg yolks 80g 
egg whites 120g 
cake flour 145g 
cocoa powder 15g 
- Allow butter to soften at room temperature.
- Divide flour into 80g and 65g.
- Butter, then dust the mold with flour.
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