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The Victoria sponge cake, also called Victoria sandwich is a typical English cake made up of two overlapping discs of sponge cake (like a sandwich) filled with cream or cheese cream and raspberry jam.
It is said that this dessert was much loved by Queen Victoria who took a slice every afternoon during the famous five o'clock tea ritual, hence the name in her honor.
How to make Victoria sponge cake
Although the recipe is simple to make, the cake dough is very delicate and sensitive to the cooking temperature.
Therefore, the ingredients must all be used at room temperature, it is necessary to take as much air as possible, so beat the sugar very well with the butter and be very careful not to open the oven during cooking.
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Put the slightly softened butter, sugar and vanilla essence in a bowl and mix until the mixture is light and fluffy.
Also add the eggs, one at a time.
Finally, add the sifted flour, salt and yeast and mix gently.
Divide the mixture thus obtained into 2 equal molds, both greased and floured, and level well.
Bake for about 25 minutes in a preheated static oven at 180 ° C, then take out of the oven and let it cool.
To prepare the filling cream, put the philadelphia, sour cream, vanilla and icing sugar in a bowl and work well with a whisk.
Arrange one of the two bases on a serving dish and fill it with a thick layer of cream.
Gently add the jam, sprinkling the entire layer of cream.
Finally cover with the second base.
Your Victoria sponge is ready: sprinkle it with plenty of icing sugar, decorate with fresh strawberries and serve immediately.