Baltic cheese cake with rhubarb x 9-12 slices
This airy bake is somewhere between a cheesecake and a crumble with a fruit layer in between. There are versions of this cake across the whole of Eastern-Europe, and ours comes from Estonia.
The cake is a fitting finale to your garden party or with Ivan chai in the afternoon.
The recipe (and the pic) is from our dear friend Pille of Nami-Nami, a very popular Estonian food blog.
Size: 9 good size slices or 12 smaller if served after a big meal.
How to store: In the fridge for up to 5 days.
How to eat: At room temperature is best - take out of the fridge 1-2 hours before you want to enjoy it.
Or you can heat up in the oven (180C or 160C fan-assisted) for 10 mins.
Ingredients: Organic flour, caster sugar, butter, eggs, tvorog (curd cheese), rhubarb, cinnamon, baking powder.
Allergens: gluten, eggs, milk.