flour, sugar, lemon zest, eggs, butter, milk, yeast, cherry, pine nuts, ginger.
Coca de San Juan is a popular, festive Spanish cake consisting of flour, sugar, lemon zest, eggs, butter, milk, and yeast. Cherries, pine nuts, and crystallized ginger are dispersed throughout the cake, giving it a unique visual appearance. The cake is traditionally consumed on the feast of San Juan, hence the name. It is recommended to serve the cake with a cup of tea on the side.
Modified Nov. 2, 2020
Created Oct. 31, 2020 by: atasneem
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