Sunday, November 29, 2015

Baidew's easy biscuit cake.

Well I am not really a cooking person but with a family with a rather sweet tooth :).  I have now  started enjoying experimenting with desserts.

My two elder sisters are excellent cooks, I ended up as food taster when I was young! I did not mind trying out such awesome cooking. My eldest sister who we call 'Baidew' (Assamese word for elder sister) I still remain a big fan of her desserts even now.

I do not like spending too much time in the kitchen so my recipes are really easy and quick to make.
I wanted to dedicate this post to Baidew for introducing me to the world of desserts and this is the first recipe I learnt from her and has always been a hit every time. Hope you will enjoy it too!

I have no hard and fast rule for the measurements used as it all depends on one's taste.
The ingredients I used here are:

Cream (I keep the tin for recycling them into beautiful candle holders. Maybe I will share a post in the future :))
Biscuits(you can try it out with any of them from Marie biscuits to Graham Crackers)
Chocolate syrup.

Whip up the cream with a tsp of sugar in a bowl and keep aside.
Boil half a cup of water with 1/2 tsp of coffee powder added to it.
Take a biscuit at a time using a pair of tongs to dip it in the coffee water just for a second or two  else you will have the mushy biscuit in the coffee :)
Keep on spreading a layer of them is a bowl.

Now comes the layering part:
Spread the whipped cream on top of this biscuit layer.

Add another layer of biscuits and add a chocolate syrup layer to it. You can have as many layers as you want. I usually finish it off with the cream layer so that I can decorate it up with the chocolate syrup.

This I believe the easiest and yummiest dessert :)
Till your next visit here Cheers!

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  1. Yum, yum! So beautifully presented...feel like grabbing a spoon now! Chandana will be delighted to see her famous dessert replicated in your blog. I love that even your shots of ingredients are so neatly arranged. Looking forward now to your recycled candle holders.Way to go, Ruby! Happy blogging!

    1. Thank you sooooooo much Kanak.I hope Baidew will read this post :) Still so much to learn from her and you. Once again thank you for introducing me to bloggerland years ago :)

  2. I tried!!! It's so yummy and easy😊