...wanted to show you guys today is another recipe!

I know, I know that yesterday was kinda the same, but I also got a cool little recipe from Ágota and her mom, and I just HAD to share it with you guys.
They got the recipe from a book (of which I don't know the name at this point, sorry). So, it is not mine, before someone comes to me crying, that I "stole" their idea.

Anyways, here's what you need.

For the cake:
20 dg sugar
15 dg butter
2 eggs
1 package of baking powder
30 dg flour
about 2- 2,5 dl milk

For the cream:
20 dg butter
20 dg sugar
20 dg walnuts
20 dg raisins
1 dl rum
3 tablespoons of peach or sour cherry jelly
4 tablespoons of cocoa powder
1 orange's zest and juice

For the topping:
3 tablespoons of sugar
3 tablespoons of cocoa
5 dg butter

And now, let's see how we proceed.

First step is to bake the cake. For this you will need to mix together the butter and the sugar, until it doesn't have ANY lumps, and it becomes uniform.

Then, you will have to add the eggs, and repeat this, so you get a really uniform mixture.

When you are sure that everything is nice and smooth, you may add the baking powder, the flour and just enough milk so you can then pour the mixture into a tray. Here's a tip: first mix together the powders with the rest of what you did until now, and then gradually add the milk. You will more than likely need about 2dl of it. 

When this is done too, put a baking paper in a tray and pour the mixture in it. Bake it, of course! 

Ok, now until it is ready we should make the cream. 

You have to start basically with the same thing. You mix together the sugar and the butter, until it is all nice and smooth:

Then, you can add the cocoa, the walnuts, the raisins, the orange zest and juice, and, of course the jelly. 

Again... same deal, mix it together until it is uniform. That is the key word for today! 

Now, if your cake is ready, cut out the best portion of it - the one you will use as the base of your cake. The edges, and everything else that didn't look too good for your eyes must be tore up in little shreds. When you did this, pour the rum on top of it and mix the whole thing together with the rest of the cream. 

It was easy until now, right? Well, we are almost done! 

Place the cream on top of your cake. Nice, and uniform! Here's a tip... before you do this, place your cake on a tray that can hold anything liquid, so it can hold up the topping that will dribble down from it - later on you can lick it all up, like the child you are :D

Now, the topping is the usual one. Mix together the sugar and the cocoa with about 3-4 tablespoons of water. Do this on fire, so it all melts and becomes... you guessed it, uniform! 

When you can see that it is starting to come together, pull it off of the fire, and put the rest of your butter into it. Mix it all in until the butter melts. 

Now, you can pour the whole topping on top of your cake. 

Enjoy! (But don't eat it till it doesn't get cold!)