We do not know if you will dare to try this recipe for poisoned witch cake that we have prepared for Halloween

Seeing its terrifying appearance, you may not want to try this recipe for poisoned witch cake that we have prepared for Halloween, but we assure you that it is very good and that it is very easy to make in the oven. Look pizzarette review, to cook better.

Even when you see the ingredients, you will notice that as appealing as this salty cake is, a look at the skull on the top will make you doubt … Do you dare to prepare it? Ask your children or nephews for help, who can help you by cutting out the puff pastry skull.

Ingredients

For 6 people
  • Mushrooms400 g
  • Onion2
  • Puff pastry for coverage and skull
  • Breeze dough or paste for the base
  • Eggs one beaten for the filling and another to paste the decoration2
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 tablespoons wheat flour
  • Milk to make a cream type béchamel
  • Dry fennel a pinch to flavor the filling
  • Hard or cooked egg1

How to make poison witch cake for Halloween

Difficulty: Easy
  • Total time50 m
  • Elaboration20 m
  • 30 cooking
  • 10 rest

As we have learned by reading the recipe in the Witch’s Manual, from Malcolm Bird, on which we have based ourselves to make this cake, we start by chopping the onion and mushrooms in julienne and we poach them on high heat in the pan. Do not be scared if it seems a lot because the mushrooms contain a lot of water and decrease a lot. When golden brown, add the chopped hard-boiled egg and flour and stir well.

Then, we add the milk and the beaten egg and mix as if we were making a béchamel until a thick dough is obtained. Let it warm while we preheat the oven to 220ºC. In a mold or saucepan that we can put in the oven, we put the base of breeze pasta extending it so that it covers the bottom and on a little by the edges. You can also make the base with puff pastry but it will be more fragile and brittle when you take it out.

Fill the base with the mushroom and onion dough and cover with a layer of puff pastry making sure that it fits with the base and is tightly closed. We close by pressing the edges with a fork. We cut a skull with more puff pastry and place it on the top of our salty cake, sticking it with beaten egg. With a sharp knife, we open the hollows of the eyes, the nose and the stripes of the mouth, which will make chimneys so that the vapors of the cake can escape while baking.

We take advantage of the cuts to make crossed bones that we place under the skull. We cook the cake in the preheated oven at 220ºC for about 30 minutes, until the cake looks golden and appetizing, despite its terrifying decoration. When we bring it to the table, we put a low voice and say to the guests: ” Here is the poisoned cake of the witch … who dares to try it? ”

With what to accompany the poisoned Halloween witch cake

As that day is a holiday and fun, it is normal that when you take out the poisoned cake of the Halloween witch, the children will also eat other recipes from our complete Halloween recipe book. If you are looking for a dessert to round the menu, we recommend a horrifying fruit-based sweet like the Frankenstein Monsters made from kiwi that we taught you a couple of weeks ago.

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