CEO & PASTRY chef
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Spice up a regular pound cake by topping it off with crumble and inserting raspberry jam inside. The tanginess from the raspberries will nicely balance out the sweetness.
This pound cake is not an ordinary chocolate pound cake. It should actually be called the “Black Forest”. Enjoy the cherry jam inside.
Taking the classic “apple crumble” dessert and applying it to a pound cake, this recipe involves sauteed apples with a hint of cinnamon.
The pan used in this course would be a pan from the brand Chefmade which is readily available on Amazon – so we assume that it’s relatively easy to purchase globally. Details of the exact pan/mould will be available once you purchase this course.
Useful tips & tricks will help you stay on track and ensure consistent results.
The recipe doesn’t involve countless number of ingredients. A good recipe is a recipe that’s simple yet delicious!
Hanbit has transformed an old pound cake into something trendy & classy by adding crumble and jam.
As usual Hanbit goes full-on when it comes to explaning the ingredients and the steps. You’ll be given step-by-step intructions on how to make this amazing pastry product.
Hanbit comes from a non-pastry background. He worked in banking, consulting and IT. This meant that in order to become a pastry chef, he learnt everything from scratch. This journey helped him design his courses such that it’s accessible to home-bakers as well as professionals.
Hanbit’s genuinely interested in the science of baking. Thus, he tries to take the time to explain about the role of specific ingredients and how the methods work. In turn this helps his students to reduce the chances of failure.
Hanbit has been teaching students at his academy (Sugar Lane) for the past 4 yrs. Having taught more than 2000 students He has seen enough to know where students make mistakes and experience difficulties.
CEO & PASTRY chef