Tired of banana bread? Time to pick up a classic: old-fashioned marble cake. But according to the recipe of three-star restaurant Noma. Because if one of the best restaurants in the world makes her cake this way, we will too.
For about 8 thick slices:
- 150 grams of granulated sugar
- 2 eggs
- 60 ml of milk
- 55 grams of oil + extra for greasing
- 130 grams of flour
- 10 grams of baking powder
- 15 grams of cocoa powder
- Cake pan about 30 cm long
The corona crisis is driving many chefs to share their recipes online. After all, sharing is caring, right? Noma – one of the most famous star restaurants in the world – shared a recipe for old-fashioned marble cake. Actually not a very special recipe, but old-fashioned good and thus approved by the chefs at Noma.
Marble cake à la Noma
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Grease the cake tin with a little oil.
Mix the sugar with the eggs until you have a light yellow, creamy mixture. Stir in the milk, then the oil.
Using a spatula, mix the flour and baking powder into the batter. Do not stir too violently, fold the flour in it, as it were.
Divide the batter between two cups and add the cocoa powder to one cup. Fold it into the batter.
Time to pour the two colors of batter into the baking tin! Talk to your inner Jackson Pollock or pour the batter alternately in the baking tin and then pull a skewer or knife through it to make a nice marbled pattern.
Bake the marble cake in the preheated oven for 35 to 40 minutes. If a knife comes out of the cake clean, it is good. Allow to cool, remove from the mold and cut into slices.