The yeast cake "of the young daughter-in-law” (Savarin)
Cake: 25 a dag of flour, 12 a dag of butter or 'Palms”, 3 haha, 3 day of sugar, 2 a dag of yeast, half a glass of milk, pinch of salt
Syrup: half a cup of rum, 15 day of sugar, glass of water
Mash the yeast with a little sugar, pour lukewarm milk, add a little flour and leave to rise. Whip the eggs and sugar until white, add the sifted flour, leaven and a pinch of salt. Knead the dough, until it comes off the hands and bubbles appear in the cross-section. Pour in at the end of kneading 10 dag of melted and clarified fat. Set aside to rise. Interrupt the rising process by kneading the dough briefly, then place them in a greased and floured ring mold, filling it halfway up and leave it in a warm place. When the dough rises again, put the form in the preheated oven and bake for approx. 35 min. Take the baked and slightly cooled cake out of the mold and soak it immediately after taking it out with syrup with rum.