Dutch-Indonesian layered cake originating from the Dutch East Indie days.

15 Apr 2010

Spekkoek is a Dutch-Indonesian layered cake that originated in the days of the Dutch East Indies

It probably started off as a Dutch cake that turned into a fusion cake.

The curious name because the double layer affair looks just like a bacon cake.

It’s made by using two different colours, poured on top of one another – the one having been baked already.

It’s a massive job, requiring loads of patience, a ridiculous number of eggs  which is why the cake is so expensive.

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