Pound cake with matcha tea

Category: Bakery products
Pound cake with matcha tea


butter 160 BC
fine sugar 160 BC
premium wheat flour 140 g
matcha tea 20 g
salt chips.
egg (melange) 3 pcs. (160 g.)
baking powder 1 tsp
vanilla (flavoring) option
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shape 20 * 9 * 9

Cooking method

Pound cake with matcha tea
Beat soft butter with sugar, flavor and salt until fluffy. Try to dissolve the sugar well. Beat eggs one by one. Beat after each addition of an egg until completely absorbed.
Pound cake with matcha tea
Mix flour with baking powder, matcha tea. Sift a couple of times.
Pound cake with matcha tea
Sift the flour mixture to the mass again.
Pound cake with matcha tea
Mix gently. The mass turns out to be thick and lush.
Pound cake with matcha tea
Cover the sides and bottom of the dish with baking paper. Transfer the dough. Smooth out, moving away from the center.
Pound cake with matcha tea
Bake in an oven preheated to 170 degrees for 40-45 minutes. Willingness to check with a wooden skewer. Get it. Let stand in the form for a few minutes. Remove from it. Cool on a wire rack. Better to let the cake "ripen" for 8-12 hours.

Pound cake with matcha tea

Cooking is not difficult. The main thing is to do it with love for your loved ones!


I really love matcha tea baked goods. I just love it! Of course, tea gives a specific flavor, but my family and I really like it. The cake turns out to be weightless, airy. Very aromatic and delicious. The longer the cake stands, the tastier it becomes. Recommend!

Angela, thank you very much for the recipe, yesterday when I saw the recipe I was just very happy - even though I’ll add tea to the business, it didn’t go with us, but it’s a pity to throw out this recipe in time for me. baked and did not regret, the cupcake is very tasty
We will overcome the dance and move on to the cupcake, I keep the tea for several years, I don’t use everything, I rarely bake from matches, but here is such a cupcake

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