- Butter (unsalted) 100g
- Sugar 100g
- Large egg 1
- White flour 250g
- Nutella 300g
[1 portion = 380 cal]
More you make your dough rest in the fridge, easier will be working it after! What I do is preparing it the night before and add the Nutella and bake the cake the day after.
Use cold butter from the fridge. When mixing it with the sugar, pinch the butter. It will gently melt between your fingers.
What I love about this cake is that it’s super tasty both warm and cold! You can plan according to your schedule!
A bite of heaven
This is not a “light recipe”, but sometimes you just have to go for it! Yesterday we celebrate my brother-in-laws birthday and I just needed to bake a crostata! It represents our relationship: lots of love and lots of fun!
This tart is really easy to bake and, even better, you don’t need a lot of ingredients! Perfect for birthdays and special occasions!
- In a bowl mix with your hands the butter with the sugar.
- Add the egg, keep mixing with your hands.
- Add the flour and work with your hands to form a ball.
- Cover the ball with plastic wrap and let it rest in the fridge for at least 1 hour.
- Preheat the oven at 350 F.
- Sprinkle some flour on your working surface and on a rolling pin.
- Cut the dough in 2 pieces, flatten the first one with the rolling pin and, using your oven pan, cut the round shape for the bottom of the cake.
- Cover with a little bit of oil and flour the surface of your Non-stick pan and transfer your dough on it.
- Flatten the second piece of dough and, with a knife, cut strips that you will use for the side and the top of your tart.
- Place the bigger strip around your oven pan, pressing with your finger so it will attach to the bottom.
- Add Nutella and cover the tart up with the remaining strips crossing them over forming Xs.
- Cover it all up with aluminum foil and bake for 10 minutes.
- Take off the aluminum foil and bake for other 20 minutes. ENJOY!
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