Empress Sponge Cake with Strawberry Jam & Cream

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Freshly-grated lemon zest gets folded into this sponge cake batter resulting in a beautifully inviting citrus-flavoured cake.

Two layers of these cakes are sandwiched with homemade berry jam and topped with daintily-piped vanilla buttercream. It is usually the simple things that make us happiest. And free-range eggs. Free-range eggs make us happy too (happy chickens = happy eggs = happy cake).

And this Empress Sponge Cake, along with a pot of steaming hot tea and some good company is guaranteed to bring you joy.

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  • An All Things Delicious take on a classic cake: the Victoria Sponge.
    Legend has it that Queen Victoria (Queen of UK from 1837 until her death in 1901), seemed to be suffering from a “sinking feeling” at around 4 o’clock in the afternoons.
    We all are quite familiar with this “sinking feeling” at 4 o’clock, aren’t we? I have suffered from it all my life! One of life’s greatest pleasures: tea time was thus invented and the Victoria Sponge is named after the Queen as it was her favourite cake! If you, like me, enjoy delving deeper into history, read on. It will come to no surprise that this “simple” cake became the Queen’s and EVERYONE’s favourite at the time because of the invention of baking powder.
    Cake, the fluffy, light, airy cake as we know of it now, was invented when baking powder poofed into the scene. Before baking powder, cake wasn’t such a piece of cake! Cakes prior to 1856 were made using yeast (which made cake-making a very long 12-24 hour process) and with too much elbow-grease whipping eggs! Thank you to its inventor, Mr Alfred Bird for creating this magical white substance that bakers the world over can’t live without!
    This strawberries and cream cake is layered with housemade mixed-berry jam in between the natural, lemon-scented sponge cakes. Enjoy tea time anytime!

    All Things Delicious serves halal-certified cakes and food at their restaurant and bakery at Arab Street. We make hand-crafted cakes with pride containing only the best ingredients without any artificial colouring or artificial flavouring. We use European lactic butter, unrefined sugar and free-range eggs.
    This cake is made in a facility that also handles dairy, peanuts, sesame, shellfish, soy and other tree nuts.
  • Keep the Empress Sponge Cake chilled and remove from fridge 30 minutes before serving. The cake is best served at room temperature. This cake keeps fresh for up to 2 days in the fridge. Store leftover cake in air-tight containers for up to two days in the fridge.

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