Italian Mimosa cake – Italian recipe by admin June 19, 2018, 11:04 am 46 Comments ...cakecreamcrumblesCustardDaydessertEggslayerliqueurmarchmilkmimosarecipesoakingSpongeSugarSweetsyrupVanillawomanwomen See more Previous article Miso Dengaku with Konnyaku Recipe – Japanese Cooking 101 Next article French Onion Beef Sliders Recipe – Cheesy Beef Sliders 46 Comments Leave a Reply Adorable. Italians r so adorable Reply "Usually prepared for women's day". "usually". Since when has women's day been usual, let alone mimosa cake on women's day? Reply the best cake in the world by far… Reply This is a Beautiful Cake!!!!!!! ♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡ Reply shieeeeee…………………can't wait to try ma hands on & av a bite Reply tnx for ur recipe! 🙂 Reply Amazing Cake , Thank you . Will try some time soon. Thanks once again. Reply samlra Reply Lekir is haram Reply Thank you very much Reply looks tasty Reply looks pretty but its a waste of so many egg whites, maybe they can be used instead of whip cream Reply You can use orange juice or another juice you like… have a look at this tutorial youtube.com/watch?v=63HZk1SInLk Reply when i saw the thumbnail i thought this was a macaroni cake. Reply hi yellowsaffron , what can I use as a substitute for the liqueur, that in non- alcoholic? Reply I'm sorry but you're a lot less likely to get diabetes from this than from the supermarket snacks you usually eat. Reply Don't panic, just use four eggs in each Pan di Spagna and three yolks, three spoons of sugar and 500gr of milk for the cream: it's wiser, healthier and it won't spoil the final result. Reply My favorite cake. Reply hi yellowsaffron where can i download this song the background music i love can u please me what is the EXACT name of this song and where can i find it please reply Reply This is the amount needed for the whole cake, but you're not going to eat it all by yourself… Reply Look for "panna fresca" in the fridge section! Reply You can use any liqueur you like or omit it Reply substitute of orange liquour Reply Sorry… I meant corn starch!! Reply or corn starch . i always use vanilla powder pudding its the same as starch but have nice brite yelow color when it comes with milk and wery nice tast of vanilla 😉 Reply Grazie!!!! Reply It can be replaced with potato starch Reply The music is called "flower power". If you are interested in who we are, have a look at our website, n°1 food website in Italy: giallozafferano.it!! Reply No, after mimosa flower! Reply Is it named after cafe mimosa? Reply You can make the syrup without the liquor, and use some scent (orange, for ex.), with same result. Reply Delicious! Reply @flyingbeagles Agreed. She doesn't look so fit and healthy in this vid. Reply She looks like she is sick or something….Hope she is doing well! Reply @GlorytotheOnetrueGod Yes, that's why in Italy and a few countries of Eastern Europe it's common to give yellow mimosas to women to celebrate this day! Reply Thanks i will make for me girlfriend Reply @flyingbeagles Nooo 😀 it's just that this is an old video!! Reply @PrinceWuteva911 You can make a syrup just with water and sugar by bringing to a boil and simmering for 2-3 minutes, then turn off the heat, let it cool and soak the sponge cake with it! Reply i am a muslim and i'm afraid i cannot use liquer. what can i substitute it with? Reply @preppychrisbou The ingredients are divided into 4 parts: sponge cake, soaking syrup, sweetened cream, custard! Reply @giumarziano3 I prefer chocolate. Chocolate butter cream. C: Reply Sugar listed 3 times!!!! Reply What are you gonna do with 16 egg whites?? Reply @giumarziano3 In fact, most Americans push the frosting aside because it is too sweet. Reply What is the name of the background music? I like it so much! Please help! Thanks! Reply Looks great! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.