If a family member is allergic to nuts. You can replace that with 1/2 cup orange juice.
Here's all the ingredients.
Separate the eggs into two bowls.
Separating eggs are best when cold. Don't panic if you see a little bit of yolk or a piece of shell. Take a larger broken shell and fish around. It's like a magnet:)
Oh of course! Preheat the oven to 350
Beat the egg whites till peaks firm. (We will add 1/2 cup of sugar when it starts to peak)
Put potato starch, oil, nuts and a 1/2 cup of sugar, and a dash of orange juice:) Use hand mixer to mix.
Once you see peaks. Slowly add a 1/2 cup of sugar.
Mix well the yolk mixture.
Here's the snow! Take a spatula and "plop" it into the yolk mixture.
Like this. And then slowly fold in the whites into the yolk. (If you mix it real quick the snow will decease it's size)
Mixed:) Don't forget to scrape the bottom while mixing.
You can use any size pan. We used a 9" x 13". Line it with parchment paper and dab some oil around (especially the sides) And you are now ready to pour in the batter.
Go ahead and pop into the oven. For about 30-35 minutes.
All baked!! Insert a toothpick. If clean its ready. If not then another 5 minutes in the oven :)
Let cake cool completely on a rack or etc. Don't be surprised if the cake shrinks. It's the way it goes with Passover cakes! And it freezes real nicely! Enjoy with coffee and Happy Passover!! 😄
- 7.0c Eggs
- 1.0c Sugar
- 2.0c Potato starch
- 3/4c Ground nuts (almond or filbert or pecan)
- 2.0Tbsp Oil (any kosher for Pesach oil)
- Dash of orange juice (optional)
- Lots of smiles :o)
Far left of the center.