chajá (Uruguayan)

milk, sugar, eggs

This simple Uruguayan cake based on a light vanilla sponge with layers of toffee, covered with tender cream and crunchy meringues is very easy to make and it will surely compliment any tea party. It was created by the owner of one of numerous family restaurants in Uruguay. He called this dessert “chajá” after an indigenous bird of the same name, whose abundant white plumage reminded him of the meringue

Created Sept. 13, 2016 by: itisclaudio

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