Rusk-like Biscuits

I was actually trying to adapt a Portuguese sponge cake but the result was quite disappointing, but I discovered a rescue recipe online, so here it is!

Recipe By: tomato girl (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/54)
Prep: 5 min Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Failed sponge cake 1 tin

Method

1
Preheat the oven 120C and put a baking sheet onto a tray. Place the sliced sponge cake (6-8mm thick) onto the tray.
2
Bake for 15 minutes each side.
3
Leave it in the oven and when it's cooled down, cut into bitesize pieces.
4
Arrange prettily onto a serving dish and enjoy at teatime!

Tips & Note

●The outside is already browned, so be careful not to make it too dark and burn it. Bake on a low temperature slowly.
●While it bakes, it's quite soft so turn it over gently so it doesn't break. When it's fully baked, it will be nice and firm.

Rusk-like Biscuits

I was actually trying to adapt a Portuguese sponge cake but the result was quite disappointing, but I discovered a rescue recipe online, so here it is!

Recipe By: tomato girl (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/54)

Prep: 5 min

Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Failed sponge cake 1 tin

Rusk-like Biscuits

Recipe ID :1002 Posted on 17 AUG 2015
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Cook 30min
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I was actually trying to adapt a Portuguese sponge cake but the result was quite disappointing, but I discovered a rescue recipe online, so here it is!

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Ingredients

Method

Prep
5min
Cook
30min
1
Preheat the oven 120C and put a baking sheet onto a tray. Place the sliced sponge cake (6-8mm thick) onto the tray.
2
Bake for 15 minutes each side.
3
Leave it in the oven and when it's cooled down, cut into bitesize pieces.
4
Arrange prettily onto a serving dish and enjoy at teatime!

Tips & Note

●The outside is already browned, so be careful not to make it too dark and burn it. Bake on a low temperature slowly.
●While it bakes, it's quite soft so turn it over gently so it doesn't break. When it's fully baked, it will be nice and firm.

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