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1 hour 15 min
Serves up to 12 people
- 175g butter
- 175g sugar
- 3 eggs
- 240g flour
- 1 bag baking powder
- 3 spoons cognac
- 2 slices lemon
- Preheat the oven on 160 degrees Celsius and grease your baking tray.
- Mix the butter & sugar until it's one light mass and then add the lemon zest and baking soda and mix it all together.
- Add cognac to make it a smooth batter.
- Now you can put the cake batter in the baking tray and put the pieces of lemon on top.
- Bake the cake for about 60-75 minutes until it's gold brown.
- Let the cake cooldown for about 15 minutes and take it out of the baking tray to let it cool down more. Once it's cooled down - Bon Appetit!
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